If you can look beyond the harsh exterior of brutalist architecture, you may find there is a little bit of beauty in buildings made of concrete.
When public space just isn’t doing its job, the public will take matters into their own hands.
The Commonwealth government must rethink rent assistance to lift Australians out of housing stress.
A new photography exhibition by women with disability aims to challenge our preconceptions of women’s bodies. Showcasing feminist self-portraits of six women, Through my eyes addresses limiting and negative assumptions of disability.
If having a pet just isn’t practical for your lifestyle, could a robotic companion be the next best thing?
UNSW Art & Design researchers will present an experimental history at the Know My Name Conference.
The emergence of these pseudo-public spaces raises fundamental questions about the value of a public domain that is by the public, for the public.
The UNSW textile designer and associate lecturer makes fabrics with local resonance to promote a more sustainable way of living.
Our experience of the built environment is augmented by more than what we can see.
A new photographic series explores the embodied experiences of women with disability.