Students

  • Students showcase their talent at DesignBUILD 2017[2 May 2017]

    Eight architecture students at the University of Sydney have unveiled their winning designs for the upcoming DesignBUILD expo, opening Wednesday 3 May at Sydney's new Convention Centre, Darling Harbour. More

  • Georgia Forbes-Smith wins 2017 Architects Medallion[28 March 2017]

    Congratulations to Master of Architecture Alumna Georgia Forbes-Smith who has won the prestigious 2017 Architects Medallion. Awarded annually by the NSW Architects Registration board, the prize recognises a NSW Master of Architecture graduate who has achieved distinction, both in a particular subject area at final level and generally throughout the last two years of their course. More

  • New double degree attracts future leaders in architecture from around Australia[14 March 2017]

    Angus Gregg from Perth and Clare Chuang from Brisbane have moved to Sydney to be among the first group of students to embark on Australia's new and only double degree in architecture at the University of Sydney. Demand for the five-year degree, with a limited intake, has exceeded expectations. The inaugural Program Director Dr Ross Anderson, from the University of Sydney's School of Architecture, Design and Planning, says the degree that combines the three-year Bachelor of Design in Architecture and the two-year Master of Architecture with honours embedded "has clearly appealed to the talented students for who it was conceived". More

  • Architecture students learn 'real life' lessons from Yarrabah[7 March 2017]

    The Indigenous community of Yarrabah, situated about 50km south-east of Cairns, was the focus of a design studio undertaken by University of Sydney architecture students who were given a unique opportunity to work with the local community on an affordable housing project. More

  • Dynamic duo wins prize for best graduation work in global competition[14 February 2017]

    Jonathon Donnelly and Jennifer McMaster, University of Sydney's 2015 graduates of the Bachelor of Design and Architecture (honours), are among eight winners from a field of 385 graduation projects submitted for Archiprix International 2017. More

  • Researching and debating Chinese urbanization[1 December 2016]

    PhD student Sha Liu recently attended the international symposium 'Urbanisation and the Production of Space' in Shanghai, China on 24 November 2016 and provided this feedback on her experience. More

  • Student inventions aid health and wellbeing[15 November 2016]

    From a table lamp that relieves stress before bed, a wristband that monitors alcohol consumption, to a wearable device that protects medical staff from violent patients. These are among 42 concepts and prototypes that University of Sydney students have created to manage common health and lifestyle problems.The novel ideas belong to this year's graduating students of Design Computing and Interaction Design and Electronic Arts. They feature in the graduation show Framing the Future that opens in the University's Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning on Thursday, 24 November. More

  • Apple's new Touch Bar: a breakthrough or commonsense?[3 November 2016]

    Announced last Thursday, the Touch Bar uses retina display and multitouch technology to replace the MacBook Pro's top row of static function keys. It might seem like a simple idea, but it builds on a long history of research on what is referred to as "human-computer interaction". More

  • Embedding a culture of innovation[25 October 2016]

    Inventing the Future is a unique pilot program for post-graduate and research students at the University of Sydney 's faculties of Science, Architecture, Design and Planning, Engineering and IT and the Sydney Business School. The program presents the complete process of innovation, from ideation to prototyping to a funding pitch to industry, enabled by interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-faculty teaching. More

  • Celebrating Digital Brilliance[25 October 2016]

    Congratulations to Bachelor of Design Computing students Isabella Grace Bain and Christopher Simpson for winning the Best Student Entry at the 22nd AMY Awards. Presented by AIMIA, the awards are the longest running and most prestigious awards in Australia's digital industry. More

  • Flying Ubers is a vision of 2016 Lendlease Bradfield scholarship winner[20 October 2016]

    The implications of artificial intelligence on transport came up at the Sydney Future Transport Summit 2016 earlier this year when Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said that self‚Äźdriving Ubers are the future. "But what if Ubers are in the air and not on the street?" proclaims architecture student Kate Zambelli. More

  • Innovation Week 2016[20 October 2016]

    Our inaugural University of Sydney Innovation Week brings together the best of our teaching and research at a suite of events from 24 to 28 October 2016. More