UNSW’s City Futures Research Centre has received a national research award for its report on building equity into the redevelopment of old strata blocks.
In a recent survey, 85 per cent of respondents in buildings built since 2000 said their buildings were defective. Could procurement policies help turn around those stats, asks Martin Loosemore.
Early in his architectural career Professor David Sanderson had an epiphany while working at a low income housing project that changed his career direction to one of an aid worker. He is the editor of the 2016 Red Cross World Disasters Report.
UNSW’s Andrew Yip has helped reveal the mystery face behind the Ned Kelly mask in one of Sidney Nolan’s most famous paintings.
A celebration of the historic Gurindji Walk-Off and an exploration of how 3D models can communicate human experience are the subjects of two powerful exhibitions opening at UNSW Galleries.
UNSW-led research has found that Australia's largest non-government affordable housing providers have the capacity to play a bigger role in expanding supply but need more government support.
As cities scramble to house a rapidly growing population, urban planners will need to harness big data and new technologies to design for the future.
Is it possible to repair a broken object in a way that makes it more beautiful and valuable? Dr Guy Kuelemans from UNSW Art & Design explains the philosophy and practise of creative repair.
The Australian construction industry employs over 1.1 million people, but it needs a clear strategy to become a global competitor in the construction race, writes Martin Loosemoore.
A much-loved set of broken knitting needles encased in a resin bracelet is just one creatively repaired item on display at this week's Object Therapy exhibition.