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01 June 2018

Radical architecture: erasing the city

Indigenous architect Kevin O’Brien uses collaboration, fire and drawing to elevate an understanding of Country.
01 June 2018

Daring students pitch to industry professionals

A new professional engagement initiative sees Master of Architecture students present their projects to industry leaders.
25 May 2018

Our designers at Vivid 2018

From emotional furniture to flickering kite tails, discover the interactive artworks our students, staff and alumni have created as part of Vivid Sydney.
10 May 2018

What happens when a city is designed and built by the people?

Ahead of the 'Understanding the Informal City' exhibition, we spoke to two of the participating students after their field trip in Bandung, Indonesia.
26 March 2018

Strategic goals to achieving sustainable development in Indonesia

After presenting his research at a UN Forum, Associate Professor Paul Jones is taking masters students on a field trip to study urbanisation first hand.
09 March 2018

Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning scoop 4 awards in Student Architecture Awards

Four University of Sydney students have been recognised at 2018 Australian Institute of Architects' NSW Student Architecture Awards.
07 March 2018

Alumni light up Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay

Bachelor of Design Computing graduates Isabella Bain and Christopher Simpson’s MailboX is one of 22 captivating art installations set to light up Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay as part of the annual I Light Marina Bay festival.
01 March 2018

We're 1st in Australia!

The QS 2018 Subject Rankings, released today, rated us number 1 in Australia and 16th in the world for Architecture and the Built Environment.
01 March 2018

University innovation on show at Sydney Design Festival 2018

A series of events in early March will explore the diverse uses of design - from encouraging innovation in the workplace, to solving complex humanitarian challenges, and even weaving robotic spiderwebs.
22 February 2018

Celebrating women in Sydney’s creative fields

Ahead of International Women’s Day we spoke with academics and creative leaders Liza Lim, Cara Wrigley and Julie Rrap