University of Melbourne Magazine

Sarah Lynn Rees wants Australian buildings to better reflect the country’s Indigenous peoples — the Traditional Owners of the land.

Khairiah Talha left Melbourne University in 1980 with a degree in town and regional planning, her future husband, and what she considered a radical concept – she was allowed to think for herself.

Alumna Pei-Ing Tan started her own architectural firm, PI Architect, in 1989 and has since led the firm in designing some of Malaysia’s most recognisable buildings.

Melbourne’s massive underground rail project is drawing on the wide-ranging skills of University alumni.

Eric Chung grew up in countries across south-east Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, but followed his siblings to Melbourne University for a Bachelor of Architecture.

A striking new building gives Melbourne’s renowned medical and research precinct a fitting entrance.

Professor Don Henry looks ahead to the negotiations at the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris later this year.

It is an exciting time for the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning as the new Melbourne School of Design building opens for business.

Alumni of the Melbourne School of Design are shaping the world we live in.

Professor Rob Adams argues that cities hold the key to our economic, social and environmental challenges.