The artist has been awarded a $5000 grant for his sculpture Lower Middle Arse at the A&D ANNUAL 19 Graduate Exhibition.
Governments and regulators assume compliance with building regulations will restore public confidence. But complying with the National Construction Code won't fix many common defects.
The difficulty of finding out about building defects creates an information deficit that threatens public confidence and stability in the apartment market. NSW has begun work on a solution.
Australia's three major summer festivals in Sydney, Perth and Adelaide give an interesting insight into how festival programming is changing – or not.
More than 800 UNSW students have been inspired by a research station in outback NSW.
UNSW Art & Design’s Fang Xu is applying his research to complex urban renewal projects.
Good design in high-rise apartment buildings can improve the way we live in cities, explains Dean of UNSW Built Environment, Professor Helen Lochhead.
Dr Patricia Flanagan, UNSW Art & Design researcher and lecturer, sees wearable technology as "a platform between inside and outside, rather than a body covering".
Dr Kate Dunn's art and design research has led her to a multidisciplinary team at UNSW Built Environment.
The biggest outdoor public art exhibition in the world is back featuring more than 100 sculptures by Australian and international artists.