As the population of Australian cities increases and the earth’s climate shifts as a result of human activity, the way we design our cities must change.
The proportion of women to men in architecture and associated professions is low. Can cities not designed by women really meet their needs?
A free online course will offer students a “far-ranging look at the past, present and future of cities,” guided by Harvard economics professor Edward Glaeser.
Is MVRDV’s“sky garden” Seoul’s answer to New York’s High Line or a “giant marketing stunt” derived from a process of “shape throwing”? Landscape Australia editor Ricky Ray Ricardo paid a visit.
Demographia’s annual World Urban Areas report is a survey of the size, population and density of every urban agglomeration in the world with a population above half a million people.
University of Sydney researchers have found that as cities grow, income inequality increases. How can cities redress the growing divide and allow more people to be better connected and access social and cultural opportunities?
The Australian Institute of Architects urges the re-elected Coalition government to deal with key challenges facing Australia’s built environment.
Will a UK model of urban policy and infrastructure funding work in Australia? Professor of urban management and planning Paul Burton evaluates.
Three mixed-use towers by FJMT will join Kengo Kuma’s civic building as part of the $3.4b redevelopment of Darling Harbour.
The City of Adelaide has launched a holistic design manual to guide the creation of sustainable and attractive public spaces.
Paul Burton, professor of urban management and planning, pens an open letter to the new federal assistant minister for cities and digital transformation.
The Aus Infrastructure Plan recommends user-pays roads to service a growing population, but ignores green infrastructure.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has formed an alliance that will advise the Australian government on cities policy.
Minister for Cities and the Built Environment gone just six months after being created by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
To meet the challenges of the 21st century, we need to change the way we conceive, manage and build our cities.
Environment minister Greg Hunt named acting Minister for Cities after Jamie Briggs resigned just three months into the role.
Lecturers Steven Fleming and Angelina Russo put forward their grand vision of Velotopia, a bicycle-oriented utopia.
UK-based research has found that heatwaves in polluted urban areas could render exterior green walls a risk to human health.