Having spent 25 years in the United States advising governments on how to transform manufacturing cities into high-tech, smart-cities, our new Head of School, Professor Alan Peters is uniquely qualified to speak about how Adelaide could reach its full potential. Read Alan’s thoughts as published in the Sunday Mail on 24 June 2018 here.
The School of Architecture and Built Environment has a long history of leading the conversation about sustainable design in Adelaide. The School’s strong relationships with South Australia’s Local and State Governments has been built on its research expertise in areas like zero energy/zero carbon building designs, water-sensitive urban design and the mitigation of impacts of […]
MEDIA RELEASE Thursday, 30 November 2017 An expert in urban planning and its economic impact has been appointed the new Head of the University of Adelaide’s School of Architecture and Built Environment. Professor Alan Peters has more than 30 years’ experience in the field of urban and rural planning. He will join the University of […]
MEDIA RELEASE Monday 27 November 2017 A special plaque will today be added to the iconic statue of Colonel William Light on Montefiore Hill, North Adelaide. Light oversaw the first plan of the City of Adelaide in 1837, and his statue overlooks the city in memory of his vision. In keeping with Light’s key […]