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  • Hill, Michael (UTS DAB LAB, 2008)
    Director of the Master of Animation course, Dr. Michael Hill, exhibited results of a visual research project undertaken during his Professional Experience Program from March 16-April 5. The exhibition, titled ABSTRACT NOS. ...
  • Goodrum, Adam (Phaidon, 2007)
    &Fork follows the same formula of its successful predecessor Spoon and presents the work of 100 of the world's most interesting product designers to have emerged in the last 5 years.
  • Macdonald, Heather (Iowa Finance Authority, 2007)
    . Iowa faces a signi? cant challenge over the next decade. In the words of a recent report, ?The state faces the danger of worker and skill gaps that could undermine its businesses, erode the earning power of its ...
  • Titmarsh, Mark (Gerturde Street Gallery, 2006)
  • Minnaert, Frank (Lino magazine, 2007)
    Counter-project for the design of the new Alliance Francaise Building, 257 Clarence Street, Sydney Images & story published in Lino magazine (Issue No.17, 2007) This project is a personal initiative and a counter-project. ...
  • Spurr, Samantha; Rivard, Tom (South Sydney Council, 2003)
    Background This artwork was commissioned by South Sydney City Council for their new administration centre at Lawson Square, Redfern. The council?s aim was to acquire a public art piece that would be representative of the ...
  • Anderson, Benedict (Visiting Card Productions, 2005)
    Flawed Skin: A documentary film that takes a look at the recent reconstruction of the facades of the former East German Government's 'Splendour Street' the Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin. The film seeks to chart what kind of ...
  • Minnaert, Frank (Uro, 2012)
    The preface examines the historical and ideological background of the team 'Lacoste and Stevenson' which comes from a generation of young European architects whose work has been promoted by the politics of open idea ...
  • Beilharz, Kirsty (eCAADe, 2005)
    Architecture today extendsfar beyond designing building shells andmaterial, peripheral boundaries. Arguably. it has always been, and shifts increasingly in contemporary environments towards, designing space and interaction ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2010)
    AAcademic art and popular dress emerge from different struc~ rural and intellectual systems. Nonetheless, fashion in the early twenty~first century often appears to be like art and art to be like fashion. Artists arc ...
  • Australia 
    Sheehan, John (American Bar Association, 2010)
    Everywhere in the world, land use law and regulation affect real property values--either increasing or decreasing them. Regulatory takings is the potential raw nerve of land use regulation, yet policymakers and civic groups ...
  • Syed, Arif; Wilson, Ryan; Sandu, Suwin; Cuevas-Cubria, Clara; Clarke, Anthony (ABARE, 2007)
    Medium to long term projections of Australia?s energy consumption, production and trade are presented in this report. These projections are made using ABARE?s E 4 cast model for the period between 2005-06 and ...
  • Prior, Jason; Partridge, Emma (Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment, 2010)
    The Australian experience: A comparitive analysis of the effects of contamination and its remidiation on individuals and communities at two Australian sites (CRC CARE Technical Report no.17)
  • Rissanen, Timo (DAB Lab, 2008)
    The fashionable crowd are a fickle bunch, with many unspoken dress rules sorting the fashionably elite to the fashionably obsolete. The exhibition Bad Dogs, is all about breaking these codes of conduct in the fashion ...
  • Banding 
    Burns, David (The Childrens Museum of Pittsburgh, 2007)
  • Tough, Leisa (Hornsby, 2007)
    Beecroft House is a built project that re-scripted a Federation era family home from a single dwelling to dual occupancy for the next generation of inhabitants. In doing so the project challenged the legitimacy of existing ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin (Tsinghua University, China, 2008)
    Offshore Studio was selected as one of five practices to represent Australian architectural practices at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, demonstrating work at the cutting edge of advanced design and computation. Neil Leach and ...
  • Gwilt, Ian (UTS gallery, 2004)
    Background Being Before explores traces of pre-existing objects, experiences and ways of ordering the world. Two multimedia installations explore issues of physical presence and simulated reality, classification and ...
  • Thomas, Leena (ANZAScA (Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association), 2009)
    In response to concerns of climate change, the growing emphasis on sustainable architecture is matched by a plethora of regulatory codes and rating schemes that mandate or benchmark building environmental performance in ...
  • Burke, Anthony (American Institute of Architects, 2007)
    Specualtive design project internationally exhibited and published researching the impact of relational and analytical software on design process and form.