Art, Architecture & Design

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A panoramic exhibition that visually forecasts the global displacement of entire cultures will have its Australian premiere at UNSW Galleries on Saturday as part of the Sydney Festival.   

Industrial Design graduate Joshua Flowers has burst on to the design scene with his Flower Chair – vibrant street furniture that cradles the body and 'activates' the environment.

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UNSW graduates Felicity Stewart and Matthias Hollenstein exploded onto Sydney's architecture scene.

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UNSW architecture and urban design experts on what they would love to see in their city.

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Cultural precincts, bold collaborations and integrated ticketing are just some of the innovations needed to lift Sydney's arts life to the next level.

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Three cities in one, affordable housing and female-friendly planning are key values for Sydney's future, says UNSW Adjunct Professor Lucy Turnbull.

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Beautiful one day, infuriating the next, Sydney stands at a crossroads and must choose a path that truly values the interest of its citizens.

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UNSW policy makers, planners, engineers and thought leaders are working to help Sydney fulfil its potential as a beacon for urban living.

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While it’s nice to imagine tents, water tanks and food parcels being rushed to a far flung village beset by misfortune this Christmas, it could be of dubious value, argues David Sanderson.

Annual Art & Design

UNSW Art & Design Annual 2016 – Premiere screenings preview

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