Join Professor Catherine Bridge at the Meet the New Professor, 2018 Series on Monday 26 November. Professor Bridge will deliver a lecture on Frontier Technologies: CoDesigning tools and knowledge for a more inclusive future.
UNSW Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) proudly presents this year’s graduation exhibition ‘FUTURE TENSE’.
It is now evident that extreme weather events have increased in frequency and intensity across th
Students of the Bachelor of Industrial Design present their final projects the NOVUS exhibition.
UNSW CoDe warmly invites you to the 2nd Annual UNSW Computational Design Conference
Please join us to celebrate the 2018 graduating class of UNSW Landscape Architecture.
UNSW Bachelor of Interior Architecture (honours) presents the end of session student exhibition FORGE at BVN.
This two-day international conference, co-hosted by UNSW, Arup, Australia Red Cross and the South
The final Utzon Lecture for 2018, The Judith Neilson Lecture, Reducing risk, building resilie
Students’ learning is reminiscent of a building’s life cycle. It entails erectin
Please join this symposium on wellbeing and habitability.
This important discussion will cover issues such as the impact of climate change on the future energy consumption of buildings, energy rehabilitation and maintaining comfort standards and the techniques necessary to achieve them to enhance the health and habitability of the planet for all.
A multidisciplinary panel of renowned experts will present and analyse those challenges through some best practice examples.
UNSW Built Environment with the Australian Institute of Architects is delighted to host the AS Ho
Join us for a dynamic lunch-time pecha kucha event, where the Faculty of Built Environment staff and higher degree students will showcase their work in 3 slides and 3 minutes to show how research ranging from biomimetic building skins to urban disaster response systems is helping cities reduce their carbon footprint and be better prepared in the face of climate change.
Ethical Architecture grapples with key social justice considerations in the built environment including how architects should approach shelter after a disaster, and the pressing question of affordable housing: dream or reality?
Please join us for the fourth Utzon Lecture for 2018.
Be inspired by the creative work of UNSW Built Environment undergraduate students in LUMINOCITY, presented in UNSW Library’s Exhibitions Space.
Want to find out about study options? Hear from those in the know? Take a deep dive into your area of interest? Join us for our Postgraduate Information and Masterclass Evening.