The University of Tasmania's Architecture and Design discipline is recognized as a centre for the teaching, research, design and construction of environments and artefacts that are:

– socially responsive and responsible, and explore the interaction between design and inhabitation at different scales;

– healthy, environmentally sensitive and encourage the users' wellbeing;

– addressing challenges of environmental changes, social and economic development, social agency and anticipatory planning and design;

– enriching and are enriched by new information and technology; and

– informed by an understanding of the changing role of design and emerging larger‐scale design questions around the relationships between the built environment, site and physical geography.

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