The design of 263-279 Broadway SJB with Land and Form Studios has been announced as the winner of a competition held by City of Sydney. It’s set to redefine student living in the heart of Glebe.
At a recent event hosted by the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning in association with Sydney Living Museums and Sydney Open 2022, a panel of Australia’s leading architectural thinkers discussed the legacy of the ‘Sydney School’.
Re/place has been installed for this year’s Albury Summer Pavilion! Studio Chris Fox has partnered with Bollinger+Grohmann engineers, the University of Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology to create this temporary installation with an experimental approach to materials and circular economy.
Blur and blend: the conventional boundaries between academia and practice are thoughtfully broken down in the University of Sydney’s Susan Wakil Health Building.
Billard Leece Partnership and Diller Scofidio + Renfro have unveiled the fruits of their international design collaboration — the Susan Wakil Health Building at University of Sydney.
In the wake of COVID-19, Make Architect’s initiative to encourage innovative architectural solutions for combating loneliness is needed now more than ever.
Daniel Libeskind discusses identity, design competitions and why architecture is truly ‘the art of memory’ in the lead up to his keynote address for the University of Sydney’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning’s Centenary Gala.
First of its kind, the University of Sydney study focuses on activity-based and agile work environments in offices designed by Cachet Group in a 12-18month sample program.
At a time when nearly everything is online – including lecture notes and research material that could previously only be found at the library – it’s more important than ever to create campuses at which students actually want to spend time. Such is the importance of this issue that a term has even been coined to define it: The Sticky Campus – a place where students choose to be rather than have to be.