The Design Futures Lab aims to inspire exploration, innovation and research into fabrication, emerging technologies and design theories. The lab is committed to equipping students with the knowledge and specialist skills to develop projects from early concept design to resolution.
International courses offer UNSW Built Environment students the exciting opportunity to explore tackle real-world social challenges with innovative design solution overseas.
Design studios are practical, simulating the creative professional working environment that many of the students aspire towards. If you study architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, or industrial design you'll have the opportunities to take part and apply your developing knowledge base.
Are you interested in kickstarting your professional career and working with a built environment organisation? A Professional Placement could be a first step to forging your career and building work-ready skills.
Throughout the year, we run exhibitions showcasing students' work from across our design and architecture disciplines. These exhibitions are you to showcase your technical, analytical and creative skills to the public, and industry.
The Built Environment Student Association (BESA) is the official student society of UNSW Built Environment. The BESA community hold several social events for BE students throughout the year, as well as a peer mentoring program for first-year students.
Enhance your employability with classes that simulate a work environment and where you will collaborate with students from other degrees within at UNSW Built Environment.