Browsing 2007 Association of Architecture Schools Australasia Conference by Title

UTSePress Research/Manakin Repository

Search UTSePress Research


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account

Browsing 2007 Association of Architecture Schools Australasia Conference by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Hogben, Paul. (2007-10-05)
    Media advertising, sponsorship deals and office visits are some of the main mechanisms through which manufacturers and suppliers attempt to place their materials and products before architects and find a way into ...
  • Pelosi, Antony (2007-10-05)
    More architects and spatial designers are producing complex 3D computer models as part of their everyday design process and documentation than ever before. Parallel to this shift, there has been a rapid rise in consumer ...
  • Holzer, Dominik. (2007-10-05)
    In contemporary building practice, the hegemony of 2D-based design communication is gradually being challenged by the possibilities offered by integrated 3D design environments and digital interfaces. The upcoming ...
  • Moloney, Jules. (2007-10-05)
    The aesthetics of form in motion has been a central preoccupation for the visual arts of the twentieth century, culminating in the establishment of kinetic art as a distinct area of activity in the 1950's. Architecture ...
  • Taylor, William M. (2007-10-05)
    Technology acquires a provocative charge in different ways, one arising from observations of ‘transience’ in the built environment, particularly of the life and performance of buildings over time, their conception and ...
  • Spurr, Sam. (2007-10-05)
    The fields of dance and architecture initially seem in direct opposition – one dedicated to movement and the other to stasis. In many ways dance appears to hold the many qualities ever beyond architecture; the opportunity ...
  • Frumar, Jerome. (2007-10-04)
    The digital nature of post-industrial societies has profound implications for architectural design, documentation and construction. Digital tools and technologies bridge the representational divide between conception and ...
  • Ahlquist, Sean. (2007-10-04)
    The architectural technologist could be defined as a designer whose methods are driven by the intimate and experimental use of varying digital technologies. The technologist, in this scenario, is a designer by training, ...
  • Lowe, Russell. (2007-10-05)
    Today, leading computer games provide real time environments including spaces, objects and characters that range (by manipulating an enormous array of parameters and being subject to simulations of real world physics) ...
  • Hill, Glen. (2007-10-04)
    Deploying Martin Heidegger’s thinking on technology, this paper attempts to show an internal contradiction inherent in our technologically oriented approach to sustainable design. Heidegger’s thinking on technology, which ...
  • Frichot, Helene. (2007-10-04)
    In her recent book, Architecture, Animal, Human: The Asymmetrical Condition, Catherine Ingraham maintains a stalwart asymmetry between, on the one hand, human, animal and other life, and on the other hand, the material ...
  • Kaji-O'Grady, Sandra. (2007-10-05)
    Architects select, specify, organize, integrate and innovate specific technologies. In doing so, architecture also plays a dramatizing role in concealing or revealing the effects and operations of selected technologies. ...
  • Lahoud, Adrian. (2007-10-05)
    Emergence is a well established though highly contested concept in science that is found in a range of disciplines from biology and artificial life to physics and complexity. It is not in doubt that emergence is of ...
  • Ednie-Brown, Pia. (2007-10-04)
    This paper argues for an ethics embedded in the largely digitally oriented field of research I refer to as ‘processual architecture’, in terms of Francisco Varela’s notion of ethical expertise. Processual architecture ...
  • Andresen, Brit (2007-10-04)
    Assembling for the first time a braced, timber frame as a freestanding structure, where no piece could be taken away without collapsing it, was surely a ‘eureka’ moment in architecture. The expressive potential of the ...
  • Goad, Philip. (2007-10-04)
    Throughout his career, Australian architect and critic Robin Boyd (1919-1971) explored alternatives for the orthodox elements of architecture. Using the laboratory-scale of the detached house, Boyd would rethink wall, ...
  • Burns, Karen. (2007-10-04)
    This paper offers a close reading of one architectural text engaged in “knowledge transfer”: the use of evolutionary biology discourse as an explanatory account and authority claim supporting Greg Lynn’s Embryological ...
  • Pickersgill, Sean.; More, Greg. (2007-10-05)
    Tarkovsky’s 1971 film Solaris is an exquisitely evocative meditation on the relationship between technology, memory and loss – not only through it’s presentation of the characters, narrative and themes of Stanislav Lem’s ...
  • Perin, Gavin (2007-10-05)
    The scalar mediation of the object through the space of representation ensures design methodologies based on similitude or procedural techniques must initially work upon appropriated forms. Given that translation ensures ...
  • Austin, Mike (2007-10-04)
    Certification Boards visiting architecture schools regularly demand more ‘technology’ in the curriculum, and an increased ‘integration’ of design and technology in the teaching programme. The persistence of this over ...