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  • Campbell, Leo; Luscombe, Desley; Luscombe, Guy (The Daily Telegraph May 19 2007, 2006)
    This house was developed over a number of years (first as Campbell Luscombe residence). It took the model of a suburban dwelling that was introverted and room bound and converted this to a well oriented open plan residence. ...
  • Searle, Glen; Bounds, M (Blackwell, 1999)
    This paper describes three case studies to demonstrate the contemporary role of the state in attracting global activities to Sydney. The ideology and strategy of state governments ? rather than federal or local governments ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin; Jakovich, Joanne; Lahoud, Adrian; Burns, David (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2008)
    A mulit-part exhibition of six selected architectural studios in combination with the Critical Visions conference. States of Convergence was a printed and film presentation. The film has gone on to the Florence Beyond Media ...
  • Anderson, Benedict; Pelmus, Manuel; Pocheron, Bruno; Schad, Isabelle (concept development; co-author; initial research., 2005)
    Still Lives was the forth of a series of performance works created by Good Work Productions. Initiated by Isabelle Schad, Bruno Pocheron and Benedict Anderson in 2004, Good Work Productions is an international experimental ...
  • Tietz, Christian (Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, 2009)
    A case study uncovering the impact of use patterns of electric domestic indoor cook stoves leading to a user centered product design approach towards improving nutrition in Australian Indigenous Communities. Presentation ...
  • Goodrum, Adam (Design Museum, London, 2008)
    The 'Stitch' chair was born of a demand for quality in a limited space. This is the 21st century urban environment. The chair folds flat. This is not a conventional chair, it can be folded and stored with ease, but demands ...
  • Reitsma, Lizette; Smith, Andrew; Van Den Hoven, Elise (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    This paper addresses the need to preserve culturally unique knowledge for future generations. This user-centered design-research case study focused on preserving Indigenous Knowledge (IK) of the South-African BaNtwane ...
  • Verghese, George (IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association), 2007)
  • Antoniades, Hera (IATED, 2013)
    In Australia, educational qualifications are a prescribed requirement for licensing within various occupations and professions, and each state and territory has varying degrees of educational aims and objectives. This ...
  • Gilbert, Helen (ICMS, 2013)
    The recent change of government in NSW has resulted in significant policy changes for accommodating growth and new development in the Sydney region. The previous focus on urban consolidation with new development only planned ...
  • Oluwoye, Jacob; Crawford, Lynn; Faniran, Olusegun (NICMAR, 2002)
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (University of New South Wales, 2007)
    The pace of technological change in the world within which we live and work is increasing at an exponential rate. This in turn causes turbulent change within society, and indeed within social relationships. In a real sense ...
  • Ding, Grace (Istanbul Technical University, 2012)
    One-fifth of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions come from households. There are 7 million households in Australia and each is producing about 15 tonnes of greenhouse gas every year. Energy use, car use and waste are the ...
  • Gibbs, Anne; Sankaran, Sivarama (Stowarzyszennei Project Management Polska, 2007)
    This paper describes a research project carried out as part of a Doctor of Business Administration program by an Australian Project Manager participating in International Engineering Projects. The research points out ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije; Thompson, Ruth (Griffith Institute for Educational Research, 2008)
    Abstract: This paper examines and provides a critical analysis of the results of a recent research project/study. This study will show how Australian students in remote and rural locations collaborated on a set of negotiated ...
  • Mangioni, Vincent; Mckerchar, Margaret (Atax, UNSW, 2013)
    Contemporary tax research appears to be becoming increasingly multi-disciplinary and using mixed methodologies as researchers seek deeper understandings and thereby more critically 'real' solutions to research problems. ...
  • Wallen, Lawrence (, 2006)
    Struck by the lightning: The ongoing research with choreographer Juan Carlos Garcia and his company, Lanonima Imperial, is based on a continual dialogue about the body in space and its dialogue with electronic time-based ...
  • Doloi, Hemanta; Iyer, K; Sawhney, Anil (Pergamon, 2011)
    Contactor's expertise and performance play a significant role in successful delivery of a project. While clients strive hard to make the best decisions in selecting the right contractor for the right job, a clear understanding ...
  • Litchfield, Andrew; Dyson, Laurel; Wright, Marijke; Pradhan, Sojendra; Courtille, Barbara (IEEE, 2010)
    Pod and vodcasts are increasingly used in international higher education. Most are produced by faculty either to replace the traditional lecture or to provide an alternative source of lecture material for students to listen ...
  • Loke, Lian; Robertson, Toni (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, 2010)
    As movement-based, interactive technologies continue to become more embedded in our daily lives, aliveness, vitality and pleasure in our interactions with these technologies are becoming sought-after qualities. Dance is ...