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MSD Designer in Residence

University of Melbourne alumnus Adam Markowitz is completing a MSD Design Residency Read more

MSD students and the Bower Studio return to Papua New Guinea

Master of Architecture students Georgia Hall and David Gerber returned to the Sipaia community in Papua New Guinea as part of the Bower Studio.

Alumnus Pe-Yang Teng talks uni days, careers and revitalising Malaysia's UNESCO-listed city of George Town

ABP graduate Pe-Yang Teng talks about university life, how his career has progressed, and his latest project working on revitalising the Northern Seafront in George Town, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site in Penang, Malaysia. 

Start-up founder James Billson shows how important design is in the physical and digital world

James Billson's venture named Reqfire was one of ten start-ups awarded a spot in the presitigious Melbourne Startup Accelerator program. 

The AA School of Architecture visits the University of Melbourne

For the second year in a row, the prestigious Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA School) visited the University of Melbourne to run the AA Visiting Studio (AAVS) in partnership with the Melbourne School of Design.

Recognising our alumni in the 2017 Victorian Architecture Awards

The 2017 Victorian Architecture Awards recognises the visionary work of our alumni.

New award puts a spotlight on sustainable building designs

Tarkett, a global leader in sustainable flooring, has collaborated with the University of Melbourne to offer for the first time an award to recognise the creativity and social conscience of design students in Victoria.

A family connection: Katja follows her parents' footsteps in architecture

We spoke to Katja Wagner, the 2017 recipient of the Michael Kaufman Scholarship on her passion for architecture, her family connection with the faculty and how the scholarship will assist her with her future pursuits.

A Greener Kingdom of Bicycles

Can China’s vision for low carbon cities retrieve the bicycle from its cultural past? Urban planning research explains what is required.

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