Member Since: 2017
Member Offices: Melbourne
The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne, incorporating the Melbourne School of Design (MSD), stands as a premier institution for built environment education in Australia. Focused on nurturing the next generation of professionals, the faculty offers a world-class education that empowers graduates to shape the future of the built environment.
Distinctive among Australian universities, the faculty teaches across a range of built environment fields, preparing graduates to design innovative solutions for an ever-changing world. Located in Melbourne, a city renowned for its liveability, the faculty serves as an ideal hub for expertise in the built environment.
The faculty is home to the Bachelor of Design, an array of graduate programs as part of the Melbourne School of Design, and a diverse range of research entities that focus on topics such as urban and architectural history, learning environments, transport and health, informal urbanism, sustainable cities, affordable housing, and advanced digital design and fabrication.
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31 May 2018
The 2018 Tall Building Forum brought together many prominent tall building professionals across a wide variety of disciplines for an evening of presentations and discussion.
29 October 2017
One day before the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, delegates convened at the University of Sydney facilities in Darlington for the Fire Performance of Façades workshop.
16–17 September 2017
The CTBUH Sri Lanka workshop on “Advanced Wind Engineering Analysis for High-Rise Buildings Design” was held on the 16th and 17th of September 2017 in Colombo.
07–09 March 2017
Executive Director Antony Wood delivered two well attended lectures in Sydney and Melbourne, organized by the respective local CTBUH committees.
06–10 March 2017
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood traveled to Sydney and Melbourne to build support for the 2017 conference through meetings and lectures.
27 June 2016
The 2016 Colombo Forum proved to be yet another successful gathering, themed “Collaborative Approaches in Tall Building Design.”