Art, Architecture & Design

Hard tack biscuits are one of three biscuits being researched by UNSW Art & Design lecturer Dr Lindsay Kelley.

Dr Lindsay Kelley has received a grant to study three common biscuits and their links to war.

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Dr Gloria Pignatta is a Scientia Fellow at UNSW Built Environment. She designs advanced technologies and passive strategies to improve building energy efficiency and mitigate the urban heat island phenomenon in a changing climate.

Bonney Djuric with ‘Living Traces’ artist book at opening of Parragirls Memory Project exhibition, 2016. Photo: Lucy Parakhina

UNSW Art & Design adjunct lecturers Dr Lily Hibberd and Bonney Djuric OAM have used images and the creative writing of former Parramatta Girls Home occupants to open up the difficult spaces of Australian child welfare legacies.

Alexander Ghent and Frederique Sunstrum

Industrial design graduates Frédérique Sunstrum and Alexander Ghent are runners-up in the Australian heat of the annual James Dyson Award.

city storm

A call to make our cities more resilient to climate change could drive one of the largest new infrastructure builds in history.

Housing near Sydney's CBD

Researchers from the UNSW Built Environment City Analytics Lab are leading a project that will help homebuyers and investors make efficient and accurate land and property valuations.

The Shadow Whose Prey The Hunter Becomes

Back To Back Theatre's new work inspires a range of questions. "Why are we sitting in this theatre?", "What do we hope will happen?", "And who, really, are we?"

People arts science

The 2019 Big Anxiety Festival seeks to breakdown stigma and build empathy to battle mental health

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With space at a premium, robotic furniture can transform a room in seconds. How will this affect our sense of belonging and feeling at home, when everything can change with a voice command?

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