What we do
New techniques for making, exhibiting and understanding lace.
New approaches to collaborative design between Australia and Indonesia.
Examining the physical scale model in theatre and architecture.
Revealing new insights into American history and culture.
A new education model for inmates in New South Wales prisons.
Enhancing connections between Indigenous ecological knowledge and scientific approaches to land management.
Can interactive technology and design research help with physicial rehabiliation?
Enhancing the R&D capabilities of Australian manufacturing companies with an innovative model.
Shedding light on the previously unheralded impact of architect John Portman on the interior urbanism movement in America.
Transforming a leading Sydney grammar school using innovative architectural processes.
Uncovering a forgotten period of European cultural history.
Understanding the political, historical and strategic context of Australia’s Indo-Pacific neighbours.
Reducing Sydney’s carbon emissions by transforming building and public transport design.
Increased community connection to the built environment.
Implementing council rating systems in line with good tax design principles.
The development of data-driven systems within Hansen Yuncken that are transforming construction industry processes.
Reducing the environmental impact of the fit out/strip out cycle in commercial office spaces.
A multi-disciplinary team bringing together science, sustainable building design and architecture may soon develop the first living algae buildings in Australia.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is working to combat rental discrimination in the real estate sector, after research showed discrimination is rampant in the Sydney rental market.
A vision for reconstructed urban economies that leads to a fairer and more just world.