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26 February 2019

Design students feature in SubAqueous exhibition

Dive into SubAqueous, a film installation that challenges what you think you know about the health of our oceans.
04 February 2019

Our students and design experts take the stage at the Sydney Design Festival

From the cross section of technology and well-being to fuel design-led approaches to health; the future of housing and Australia’s ageing population; to innovation and design freedom, discover the work of our students, alumni and staff at the Sydney Design Festival, 1-10 March.
19 December 2018

Deborah Dearing designs great places

To celebrate 100 years of innovation at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, we profiled alumna and urban designer Dr Deborah Dearing, Bachelor of Architecture ‘79, PhD in Urban Design ‘97.
11 December 2018

Will autonomous cars lead to less car ownership?

The scenario of a homogenous fleet of shared, connected and autonomous vehicles roaming the city, filling in gaps in the timetables and fixed routes of a superior and cheaper public transport network may just be a dream.
28 November 2018

Abhiruchi Chhikara: Creative Technologist

Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts alumnus, Abhiruchi Chhikara, is set to light up Berkeley Skatepark with a range of interactive light and sound based works.
27 November 2018

Where can a degree in design take you?

Sydney design graduates are in high demand. Their skills in design thinking coupled with technical skills make them highly sought after by a range of employers, from digital startups to major multinational corporations.
26 November 2018

Localising Sustainable Development Goals in Asia-Pacific Cities

Associate Professor Paul Jones, Program Director, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, addresses UN Committee on Environment and Development in Bangkok, Thailand.
21 November 2018

Sydney alumni awarded 2018 Byera Hadley Traveling Scholarships

Master of Architecture graduates awarded Byera Hadley Traveling Scholarships, enabling young NSW architects to undertake research in cities and communities around the world.
21 November 2018

The beat goes on: helping mums bond with their unborn child

Three University of Sydney Design students who have created an invention to aid parent-child bonding during pregnancy will soon launch their start-up business, PetiteBeat.
21 November 2018

Architectural Culture: New Perspectives 2018

Designs for major precincts, sustainable high-density schools, obsolete car-park buildings and cultural facilities for remote Indigenous communities are among the projects shown in the 2018 Architecture Graduate Exhibition.