• Vale Paul Pholeros AM (1953-2016)[3 February 2016]

    A great architect, teacher and humanitarian Paul Pholeros AM has suddenly passed away leaving an extraordinary legacy and challenge in the practice and education of architecture. More

  • International student exchange gives the Asian street vendor shelter a design makeover[22 January 2016]

    Architecture students from the University of Sydney and Bandung Institute of Technology finalise the

    International student exchange gives the Asian street vendor shelter a design makeover More

  • 2016 Pritzker Prize for Architecture[18 January 2016]

    alejandro aravena

    Congratulations to Chile's Alejandro Aravena who has won the 2016 Pritzker Prize for Architecture. More

  • University of Sydney students and alumni exhibit at Venice Biennale of Architecture 2016[8 January 2016]

    The Pool - Amelia Holliday, Michelle Tabet, Isabelle Toland (Left to Right)

    The talents of both our architecture students and alumni will be on show in two separate exhibitions in Venice that will sit alongside works by some of the world's most acclaimed architects with an expected audience of over 200,000 visitors from May-Nov 2016. More

  • Sydney to host global conference on robotics in architecture - March 2016[17 December 2015]


    Sydney, Australia will host the largest gathering of robotics researchers in architecture and design from around the world in March 2016. ROB|ARCH2016 will be hosted by the University of Sydney in collaboration with five other Australian universities from 15-19 March at Walsh Bay on Sydney Harbour. More

  • Vale Jennifer Taylor (1935-2015)[11 December 2015]

    Architect, scholar, teacher and author, Jennifer Taylor made a significant contribution to Australian architecture during her long career. As a lecturer and Associate Professor at the University of Sydney from 1970-1998, More

  • Innovation in Architectural Design award winners[9 December 2015]

    Emmy Omagari Winning Arch Model

    The Innovation in Architectural Design awards were presented by our platinum and premier sponsors: NSW Architects Registration Board, Bates Smart, Austral Bricks and CHROFI More

  • Vale Ken Woolley (AM), architect, scholar, innovator[7 December 2015]

    ken wooley

    Ken Woolley (1933-2015) enjoyed a distinguished career that spanned some sixty years during which he made a lasting contribution to the development of Sydney's architecture and more recently, played an active role as adjunct professor in the University of Sydney's Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning. More

  • Rod Simpson appointed to the Greater Sydney Commission[7 December 2015]

    The University of Sydney's Associate Professor Rod Simpson from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning has been appointed the Environment Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission. More

  • Bold designs by architecture students to real city challenges[3 December 2015]

    Graduate Exhibition 2015

    Each year the University of Sydney's Architecture Graduate Exhibition presents bold designs by final year undergraduate and postgraduate students, who have reimagined important city landmarks and spaces in response to hypothetical briefs. This year's design showcase, which officially opens on Thursday 3 December, is no exception. More

  • University of Sydney architecture students scoop the pool[20 November 2015]

    University of Sydney architecture students scoop the pool

    Congratulations to University of Sydney students Ana Subotic, Tye McBride and Tiffany Liew, Felicity Cain, Kieran Richards and alumni Casey Bryant, Alison Huynu, Glenn Harper, Thomas Rubenach, Katherine Fife and Nicholas Papas who were all awarded Byera Hadley Travelling scholarships at a function in Sydney on Wednesday evening. More

  • Industry scouts for digital disrupters at graduate show[17 November 2015]

    ANTHELION graduate exhibition 2015

    A growing number of major Australian corporates are supporting the University of Sydney's annual Design Lab graduate show to find and nurture the brightest emerging talent for the new era of digital disruption. More