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University of Technology Sydney
Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building
UTS: Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building is an innovative, vibrant faculty and an integral part of one of Australia’s leading universities of technology. Thanks to our distinct model of collaborative learning, cutting-edge research, and strong focus on industry and global engagement, UTS students learn to maximise their creative and professional potential.
The Faculty is centrally located in Sydney’s creative industries precinct, within UTS’s new state-of-the-art CBD campus. The building is a hive of activity day and night, and is equipped with the best professional standard facilities, studios, workshops and technology to cater to the next generation of leading designers, architects, planners, builders and property specialists.
The three schools within the Faculty – School of Architecture, School of Built Environment and School of Design – form a vibrant academic community of actively engaged, dynamic professionals; industry experts who are future-focused, strategic visionaries.
UTS Senior Lecturer Tarsha Finney joins major Architectural research project with The Royal College of Art »The Royal College of Art Launches Major New Architectural Research Project, The Intergenerational City The Royal College has announced the launch of a landmark research project The Intergenerational City, led by UTS Senior Lecturer Tarsha Finney who has been appointed as Visiting Professor in RCA Architecture for 2016-2018. The Intergenerational City will link together […]
Project to Practice: Innovating Architecture AASA 9th International Conference, 2016
Hosted by the School of Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney and the NSW Architects Registration Board
Venue: University of Technology Sydney
Dates: 30 September and 1st October, 2016
UTS Student Awkar Ruel wins prestigious Opera House award
Opera House award winner: Refugee who says it was his inspiration