A chance to bond as a team by living and playing a whole season together may seem exciting at first, but how do athletes cope when the novelty wears off?
The lever weeder can improve the efficiency of weed management and the survival of native species through vital bush regeneration.
Six women at the top of their professions gathered for the fifth annual Engaging Women in the Built Environment event.
The Luminocity exhibition showcases the UNSW Built Environment design experience from humble beginnings to the global stage.
When thinking about better uses for temporarily vacant buildings caused by the pandemic, Australia can learn much from the UK.
Since 2016, the UNSW Engaging Women in the Built Environment event has celebrated the achievements and diverse career paths of trailblazing women in the field. This year was no exception, with a philanthropic gift from the late Associate Professor Anita Lawrence adding to the excitement.
Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh Royal Commission has engaged UNSW’s High Performance Architecture team to reduce the city’s temperatures and make it more sustainable.
Computational design is not ‘wacky’ form-finding. It’s about finding design solutions for some of the biggest challenges of our time.
Our architecture schools have the power to both exacerbate and ameliorate the climate crisis.
The built environment is critical to pandemic recovery plans.
In-home kitchens were on the chopping block for a while, but now it seems they’re back on the menu.
Increasingly hostile designs are emerging to keep members of the public out of public space.