high-rise living
11 Nov 2019

Good design in high-rise apartment buildings can improve the way we live in cities, explains Dean of UNSW Built Environment, Professor Helen Lochhead.

Madelyne Kelly
01 Nov 2019

A student’s creativity and curiosity has developed into a “design mind” through a degree in Industrial Design.

A ghost city in china
31 Oct 2019

While the ‘ghost cities’ in China are unlikely to occur in Australia, some scary trends here should act as a cautionary tale.

UNSW Built Environment graduate Joel Adler's work Viewfinder
25 Oct 2019

The biggest outdoor public art exhibition in the world is back featuring more than 100 sculptures by Australian and international artists.  

bare food cupboard
21 Oct 2019

After paying rent, more than half of low-income tenants don't have enough left over for other essentials. And the latest evidence shows nearly half of them are stuck in this situation for years.

Julie Eizenberg and Frank Koning
18 Oct 2019

Australian Institute of Architects 2019 Gold Medallists reflect on architecture as a social medium in the latest UNSW Built Environment UTZON Lecture.

Dr Gloria Pignatta
14 Oct 2019

Dr Gloria Pignatta is a Scientia Fellow at UNSW Built Environment.

City experiencing extreme weather event
08 Oct 2019

A call to make our cities more resilient to climate change could drive one of the largest new infrastructure builds in history.

Alexander and Frederique
04 Oct 2019

Industrial Design graduates Frédérique Sunstrum and Alexander Ghent have placed in the top 20 globally in the annual James Dyson Award.

aerial view of housing around Sydney
02 Oct 2019

Researchers from the UNSW Built Environment City Analytics Lab are leading a project that will help homebuyers and investors make efficient and accurate land and property valuations.

26 Sep 2019

UNSW Built Environment researcher Dr Anir Upadhyay’s Visualisation of Indoor Thermal Comfort and Household Energy and Water (VIHEW) consumption tool informs households of their real-time indoor thermal environmental conditions and utility consumption patterns.