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26 May 2022

Smart Regional Spaces: Ready, Set, Go!

A partnership project between the Department of Regional NSW, University of Sydney and UNSW has launched today to help regional councils become 'smart spaces' through custom-designed training, digital tools and strategy development support.
29 April 2022

Susan and Garry Rothwell awarded honorary doctorate

Susan and Garry Rothwell have been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Sydney in recognition of their contribution to the architectural landscape of Sydney and Australia and for their exceptional commitment to promoting the academic purposes of the University's School of Architecture, Design and Planning.
08 April 2022

Reimagining history

Chris Fox from the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning has unveiled his newly commissioned installation, Immerge which reimagines a piece of history through the use of recycled components of the former Rozelle Tram Depot water tank.
29 March 2022

Everything you need to know about the Bachelor of Design (Interaction Design)

Commencing in 2023, this new undergraduate degree offers students a pathway into the fast-growing field of interaction design.

04 March 2022

Rain crisis hits internet, infrastructure, and your walls

Sydney experts comment on the impact of heavy rains on internet connections, infrastructure, and your residence.
28 February 2022

2022 Rothwell Residents for Architecture and Urban Design announced

The Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning has announced its inaugural Rothwell Residents for 2022.

18 February 2022

Tin Sheds Gallery 2022 season

Tin Sheds Gallery, School of Architecture, Design & Planning presents an engaging line-up of six exhibitions that delve into a range of topics including architecture, design and urbanism.

17 December 2021

One-of-a-kind manikin used to track COVID-19 within indoor spaces

University of Sydney researchers are using a breathing, life-sized anatomical human model to investigate airborne transmission of COVID-19, raising questions about how we return to the 'new normal' inside buildings.
03 December 2021

Sustainable shrooms lead to happy feet

A team of undergraduate students from the School of Architecture, Design and Planning have developed a smart insole, made from mushroom spores, containing electronic microprocessors to monitor foot health and encourage sensory awareness.
02 December 2021

Designing universal access to ocean pools

School of Architecture, Design and Planning postgraduate students met a design brief to provide universal access to Australia's ocean pools, helping them to develop graduate qualities for responding to real-world challenges.