PRC

  • Will Habitat III defend the human right to the city?[2 May 2016]

    Luar Batang, one of Jakarta's oldest waterfront squatter areas, is being flattened. Residents and their homes will be removed to free up flood-prone land and access to the city for tourists. Thousands of people will be evicted, disrupting if not destroying livelihoods, jobs, homes and long-established social networks. More

  • Workshop collaborates on new tools for students with disabilities[11 April 2016]

    Students from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning collaborated with industry professionals and people living with disabilities in Enabled by Design-athon which workshopped new products and technologies to improve people's lives. More

  • MEDIA ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 2016[5 April 2016]

    Come June 2016, the Media Architecture Biennale (MAB16) will project Sydney into the digital media spotlight. From June 1st, The Concourse in Sydney's Chatswood will host the world's leading experts in architectural digital technology for 4 days of conferences, seminars and symposia designed to discuss, assess and debate the impact of digital technology in the future design and development of smarter and more liveable cities. More

  • Many Hands Make Light Work[1 April 2016]

    Many Hands Make Light Work

    Lend a hand to co-create a collaborative digital artwork and discover the sounds of your hand at a unique digital artwork that will be open to the public at Central Park Mall's Digital Wall from April 1st. More

  • Students in design-athon to help people with disabilities[31 March 2016]

    This week up to 40 students from the University of Sydney will take part in a design-athon to mastermind new products and technology that could help improve the lives of people living with a disability. More

  • 1st in Australia, 17th globally for Architecture/Built Environment at the University of Sydney [22 March 2016]

    The 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject released today sees the University of Sydney take the number one position in Australia and 17th in the world in the architecture and built environment disciplines. More

  • PHD CANDIATE VISUALISES CLIMATE CHANGE DATA IN NEW EXHIBITION[12 March 2016]

    As record-breaking hot weather follows Sydney into autumn, a new, free exhibition at the Macleay Museum offers stark and stunning visual depictions of climate data. More

  • Housing policy is captive to property politics, so don't expect politicians to tackle affordability[11 March 2016]

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's recent warnings that house prices would fall steeply under a Labor government confirm the underlying politics of housing policy in Australia. The default position for politicians is to sound concerned about housing affordability, but do nothing. More

  • Global conference looks at rapid robotic advances in architecture and building[6 March 2016]

    Sydney will see the largest gathering of robotics researchers in architecture and design from around the world for ROB|ARCH2016, hosted by the University of Sydney in collaboration with five leading Australian university partners, at Walsh Bay from 15-19 March. More

  • Partnering with Green Cities [1 March 2016]

    As a teaching and research leader in the built environment, we're pleased to announce a three- year education partnership with the annual Green Cities Conference in association Green Building Council of Australia and the Property Council of Australia. More

  • Plan your career or find a casual job with Sydney CareerHub[29 February 2016]

    Whether you're starting to think about your future, need a casual job or would like an internship, the Careers Centre is your one-stop shop. More

  • Human-robot chemistry created on the dance floor[29 February 2016]

    The line between humans and robots will blur when award-winning Taiwanese dancer, choreographer and inventor Huang Yi performs alongside his robot companion, KUKA, at the Seymour Centre from 16 to 19 March. More