Curtin University’s iconic Library will undergo a $60 million refurbishment including a large atrium and auditorium-style study stairs as part of plans to modernise the building.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Feature; Architecture and construction; Education
Come on down to Alcoa Court on 6 March between 9.00 am and 3.00 pm. You’ll be amazed at what we can do with a pile of sand!
By Samantha Stewart | Campus and community; Feature; General; Student Events; Architecture and construction; Humanities; The arts and creative industries
Curtin students have developed a pedestrian-centric design concept to revitalise an inner-city, waterfront site in Wuhan, China. The team ranked in the top 10 in the competition, out of more than 100.
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Architecture and construction; Humanities | Leave a comment
In 2017, alumna Iris Smit invented a simple yet effective cosmetic product and started selling it online. A year later, Smit’s business is worth AUD$10 million, and she’s only just getting started.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Architecture and construction | Leave a comment
Two leading Curtin researchers responsible for major advances in the resources and construction industries have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Engineering; Environment; Research; Science and technology; Architecture and construction; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering
The winning designs created by Curtin architecture students have been selected to help guide the vision for the new home of Nowanup Bush University, located 80 kilometres west of Bremer Bay.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Future students; Student News; Architecture and construction; Culture, language and Indigenous
Students from Curtin University have designed innovative objects that could be utilised by humans living on Mars in a new futuristic global project.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Architecture and construction; Education; Humanities
Infill development can deliver more diverse and affordable housing options for all household types, from young adults looking to move out of home, to older Australians looking to downsize.
By Zoe Taylor | Business; Research; Research Featured; Architecture and construction | Leave a comment