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DAB Postgraduate Information Evening

DAB Postgraduate Information Evening

Get ahead with Postgraduate studies! Find out how to advance your knowledge and career opportunities at our info evening on Wednesday 14 September.
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Master of Landscape Architecture

Transform and influence the future of our urban landscapes and global contemporary cities by studying the UTS Master of Landscape Architecture at Australia’s number one young university.
Recent UTS graduate, Jack Jones, is set to become a strong advocate of healthcare reform as he aims to address the severe health disparities for Indigenous Australians.
The Pool, this year's Australian Pavilion exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale is the work of exhibition Creative Directors and UTS Masters of Architecture Studio Leaders, Amelia Holliday, Isabelle Toland and Michelle Tabet.
Visual culture surrounds us; it permeates many facets of modern life. Despite this there is a common misconception that employment opportunities for professional photographers are scarce, but UTS Photography students are increasingly defying this notion.
A multi-disciplinary team bringing together science, sustainable building design and architecture may soon develop the first living algae buildings in Australia. Their unique collaboration has seen a comprehensive feasibility study conducted on behalf of the City of Sydney, with plans to create the first flat facade algae panel this year.
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Dr Kate Sweetapple

Senior Lecturer, School of Design

Dr Kate SweetappleDr Kate Sweetapple’s research explores the capacity of visual communication design to make sense of data. She focuses on text visualisation, using practice-led research to open up new ways of engaging with written texts, from books through to immersive digital environments.

Research

Algae building blooms

  A multi-disciplinary research team has collaborated with the City of Sydney to conduct a comprehensive feasibility study into the use of flat façade algae panels.

A multi-disciplinary team bringing together science, sustainable building design and architecture may soon develop the first living algae buildings in Australia.

DAB research

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