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MSD Designer in Residence

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

In conversation: Donald Bates and Dylan Brady

University of Melbourne Architecture alumnus Dylan Brady is currently exhibiting his journey through architecture in a series of sketches in our Dulux Gallery. 

Morgan’s CMYK Chair takes out a suite of Melbourne Fringe Furniture awards

Master of Architecture student Morgan Doty has won the Melbourne Fringe Furniture exhibition prizes for the “Sustainability” and “Student” categories for her piece: the CMYK chair.

Lauren leaps into the Bachelor of Design

Lauren Murrant is the second recipient of the DELWP Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship. Find out about how she is adjusting to university-life, the scholarship and how she wants to give back to her community in Berwick.

Advancing gender equality in the transport sector

Much more can be done to improve gender equity in transport, and University of Melbourne urban planner Derlie Mateo-Babiano is leading the way through her research and the Women in Transport Leadership (WiTL) Network.

Interview: Reiser + Umemoto on career beginnings, design philosophy and their latest projects

Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto, founding directors of New York based firm Reiser + Umemoto (RUR Architecture DPC) sat down with Professor Donald Bates, Chair in Architectural Design, to discuss their philosophy, careers and projects following on from their visit to the Melbourne School of Design as part of the Dean's Lecture Series.

ACAHUCH officially launches as a Research Centre

The Australian Centre for Architectural History, Urban and Cultural Heritage (ACAHUCH) officially launched as a research centre on 5 September 2017 with the Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Jim McCluskey in attendance.

From SRM Chennai to Melbourne: Saaranya’s sensational semester abroad

Saaranya Kumar Dasari hails originally from Akividu in the south-east of India. After moving to Chennai to study a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Saaranya has made his biggest globe-trotting leap yet: a semester abroad here at the University of Melbourne, based in the Melbourne School of Design.

MSD Students place fifth in Global Student Challenge

Construction management students Ian Alcazar, Liam Nuttall, Matt Thompson and James Miller travelled to Hong Kong recently to represent the University of Melbourne at the CIOB Global Student Challenge Finals, accompanied by Dr. Paolo Vaz Serra.