A research team from UNSW Built Environment is using 3D mapping technology to help improve fire safety and crisis response procedures for Fire and Rescue NSW.
Could city parklands be used to house endangered animal species?
Dr Joshua Zeunert's new project will forecast potential scenarios to inform decision-makers and help ensure our food supply security.
Living with your parents is not all about saving money or free childcare, says Dr Edgar Liu from UNSW’s City Futures Research Centre.
Air purifiers with a HEPA filter are an expensive option. Plugging ventilation holes in walls helps, but there are also dangers.
Through High-Performance Architecture, Professor Mattheos Santamouris tackles problems affecting most of the population of the world.
Students discover that increased inclusivity and flexibility in workplace design will be crucial for future workplaces.
Barbecues in our local parks need to change to reflect the diverse needs of our communities, says the Director of the Industrial Design program Dr Christian Tietz.
UNSW Sydney President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs finalised the agreement at the 11th Annual GRIHA Summit in New Delhi.
From Opal Tower to Sculpture by the Sea, we look back on the top UNSW Built Environment stories in 2019.
In many countries, city-shaping mega-projects are generally overseen by local government, but in Australia state governments often step in and exclude council and community representatives from the process.
With summer holidays around the corner, many Victorians may be thinking about offering their home