Art, Architecture & Design

A room looking out onto a lush forest virtual landscape in The Edge of the Present  Photo - Alex Davies

A VR experience developed in partnership with people with lived experience of suicidality has demonstrated rapid increases in positive mood.

Mumbai slum

Many are speculating about the pandemic changing how we plan and use our cities. What they overlook is how many people live in unplanned settlements where it's more likely to be business as usual.

pedestrian friendly street

Wider footpaths, separated cycleways and pedestrian-friendly streets could become the norm, says a UNSW Built Environment expert. 

Lizzie Muller

UNSW Sydney Associate Professor Lizzie Muller discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the NSW arts sector and the actions needed to avoid crisis.

Carriageworks Sydney

Carriageworks did everything right but was struggling even in regular conditions. Now the organisation's troubles are emblematic of an arts sector on the edge – but there might be a brighter future.

With his focus on repair and reuse, the design artist places the impetus on prioritising the planet.

Suburban houses

Key property market metrics, before and during the coronavirus pandemic, are displayed in real-time on an interactive map.

balcony garden

You can live in an apartment and still have the garden of your dreams.

human figurine with feet bound and mouth gagged

2020 may be a year many will want to forget, but it’s important we record our experiences during the pandemic for future generations and scholars.

Opera Australia Madama Butterfly

Researchers will revolutionise ways of working as well as reducing labour and logistic costs.

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