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30 April 2021

Dogs are good for us, and for our cities

Dogs are good for us, and good for our cities. However research from the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning shows that in Australian cities experiencing an increase in apartment living, dogs are being left behind. A webinar explores how we can ensure our cities remain pet friendly.
22 April 2021

Penelope Seidler AM awarded honorary doctorate

Australian architect, Penelope Seidler AM has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Sydney in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of architecture, the arts and the wider community.
21 April 2021

Sydney continues to excel in global impact rankings

University continues to excel in 2021 Times Higher Education Impact rankings which measure an institution's research, outreach and stewardship against UN Sustainable Development Goals.
14 April 2021

Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureates lead symposium

Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning (SADP) will host the inaugural Rothwell Chair Symposium this April. Curated by SADP and Rothwell Co-Chairs, the 2021 Pritzker Prize Laureates, Lacaton & Vassal, the symposium will focus on international and local social and affordable housing design.
26 March 2021

Affordable rentals out of reach for low-income workers

Low-income households are critical to the workforce but are increasingly struggling to find affordable rental housing near suitable jobs in Australia's major cities and regions, according to new research led by the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning.
02 February 2021

How universities will contribute to the major events of 2021

University of Sydney Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison discusses how universities will contribute to the major themes of 2021 - from COVID to climate.
15 January 2021

What lies beneath

Tin Sheds Gallery, School of Architecture, Design & Planning presents Thresholds, an exhibition of collaborative work by Sydney-based artists Julia Davis and Lisa Jones. Curated by Claire Taylor, Thresholds explores ideas of transience and place.