Built Environment’s research clusters reflect existing and emergent research strengths within the school and across disciplines.
Built Environment’s research clusters reflect existing and emergent research strengths within the school and across disciplines. Our research priority theme of the design, delivery and management of 21st century cities is reflected in our clusters and groups.
Cluster research projects involve publication ventures, symposia, conferences and exhibitions. Cluster activities, supported by the school, contribute to research programs within the school and beyond. Built Environment research groups bring together research partners and levels of government to address current world issues from future city planning to the impact of the built environment on people living with disabilities.
Our work advances the understanding of cities, focusing on people, places, policies and technologies. We research the major urban challenges of city equity, housing, productivity, sustainability, resilience, governance and renewal.
The Advanced Architectural Analytics Laboratory (A3 LAB) is a multi-disciplinary research lab that specialises in architectural analytics and design computing.
A university-wide research organisation with members from the social sciences, humanities, law, architecture and STEMM disciplines. They are united by their interest and commitment to enhancing the lives of children and young people.
GRID's research involves using unique geographic identifiers and efficient 3D indoor navigation to record and monitor complex environments.
The High Performance Architecture Research Cluster aims to deliver research innovation in design, planning and management of high-performance buildings and cities.
Exploring multidisciplinary perspectives on the history and and theory of architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, interior architecture, industrial design.
Focuses on understanding the relationship between people and their environments, with 'place' being defined as broad as region and as small as a room.
Seeks to promote and advance the efficient design, planning and delivery of urban environments, infrastructure, and properties using spatially integrated information and smart technologies.