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  • Congratulations to Associate Professor Paul Jones[24 November 2014]

    Congratulations to Associate Professor Paul Jones, who was made a Fellow of the PIA (Planning Institute of Australia) at their NSW Gala Dinner annual awards on the 5th of November! More

  • Colour your world with mind painting![11 November 2014]

    A group of students from the University of Sydney are the masterminds of a unique, digital art project Mind Paintings, which will be launched for the 'The 7mm Pitch' public installation at Broadway's Central at Central Park, on Friday, 14 November at 6pm. More

  • Andrew Burges Architects wins Green Square Design Competition[7 November 2014]

    The City of Sydney has announced the winner of the Green Square Gunyama Park and Aquatic Centre design competition. Andrew Burges Architects, in conjunction with Grimshaw and TCL, have been selected to design Sydney's largest aquatic centre since the 2000 Olympics. More

  • Iconic Seidler city foyers transformed for one night for the Sydney Architecture Festival[3 November 2014]

    Foyer spaces of three iconic Harry Seidler buildings in Sydney's CBD will be transformed for a one-night only light exhibition, Temporal Formal at Seidler City, on Friday 7 November as part of the 2014 Sydney Architecture Festival. More

  • 'Open-city' principles and alternative views on city making and urbanism[27 October 2014]

    The Open-City and Future of the Bays Precinct talk will be an opportunity to learn about 'Open-City' principles in relation to the future redevelopment of this extraordinary part of the Sydney Harbour foreshore. More

  • A Sydney festival of mega proportions to tackle urbanism[13 October 2014]

    With large-scale urban projects underway along Sydney's harbour foreshore, Sydneysiders have got the right to ask what should its city look like. The University of Sydney will stage the first Festival of Urbanism to start a broader public conversation on how to better plan Sydney for the future. More

  • Student visions presented at Research Visions 2014[19 September 2014]

    Research Visions, the annual student research conference and exhibition of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning when Masters and PhD students come together and celebrate their latest research work, will be held 22-26 September. More

  • Tin Sheds celebrates the Graduate and Modern Master[29 August 2014]

    Tin Sheds Gallery is showcasing a generous collection of works by the late Irish-Australian architect and University of Sydney graduate Raymond McGrath (1903-77), one of the great Modernist architects. More

  • The biggest showcase of the next architects and designers[14 August 2014]

    The University of Sydney's biggest design showcase of the year by the Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning kicks off on 21 August for Sydney Design 2014 and the University's Open Day on 30 August. More

  • Tin Sheds shows China's pioneering conservation work[2 July 2014]

    A new exhibition at the University of Sydney's Tin Sheds Gallery showcases the pioneering conservation and preservation work carried out by Tongji University in Shanghai, including several of China's World Heritage Sites, over the past decade. More

  • Cinecity global showcase of 60 second architectural films[22 April 2014]

    Australia's growing architectural film event Cinecity has just announced its 2014 shortlist of 30 films from around the globe. The highly creative, unique showcase of 60 second, unedited films exploring architectural spatial ideas will be screened at a fringe event of the 2014 National Architecture Conference in Perth on 9 May, Vivid Sydney on 30 May and Melbourne's open-air art space, Testing Grounds, on 25 July 2014. More

  • Land Art on show at Tin Sheds[14 February 2014]

    A new exhibition at the University of Sydney's Tin Sheds Gallery showcases the international, award-winning work of Denton Corker Marshall - the architecture practice behind landmark buildings including the Melbourne Museum, Sydney's Governor Phillip Tower and the UK's new Stonehenge Visitor Centre. More