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  • Loschke, Sandra Karina (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2008)
    The Venice Architecture Biennale is held every two years in Venice, Italy and is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar. Thousands of the world?s most influential architects, ...
  • Musgrave, Elizabeth.; Moulis, Antony. (2007-10-05)
    The capacity to engage with information held in drawings is vital to the study of architecture. For beginning architecture students to fully participate in this engagement requires the ability to relate to drawings in ...
  • Bunker, Raymond; Searle, Glen (Liverpool University Press, 2007)
    Recent metropolitan strategies for Melbourne (2002) and Sydney (2005) are reviewed in order to establish why they were produced, what their main proposals are and the kind of methodology used. The central question posed ...
  • Searle Glen; Byrne Jason (Carfax Publishing, 2002)
    The contemporary remaking of inner city Pyrmont-Ultimo in Sydney is analysed in terms of the visions of planners, developers, politicians and residents. Developers and government agencies selectively remembered the ...
  • Thompson, Darrall; Mcgregor, Ian (Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, 2005)
  • Pigram, David; Hall, Perry; Blasetti, Ezio (Architectural Biennial Beijing, 2010)
  • Titmarsh, Mark (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2007)
    Annual Audi Art Prize
  • Stead, Naomi (Routledge, 2004)
  • Djonov, Emilia; Van Leeuwen, Theo (Sage, 2011)
    The term `texture? is often applied beyond the tactile, to describe visual and aural qualities. While tactile, visual and aural texture have been studied separately in various fields, the relationships between them remain ...
  • Crawford, Lynn (Elsevier Ltd., 2005)
    As more organisations adopt project management approaches and the demand for project managers grows, there is increasing interest in the competence of project managers and in standards for development and assessment of ...
  • Verghese, George (Middlesex University Press, 2007)
  • Kaji-O'Grady, Sandra (A&S Books, 2009)
    Throughout the twentieth century, common techniques for conceiving and composing works of art were applied to different media and to disparate disciplines. Abstraction, narrative and anti-narrative techniques, indeterminacy ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Boccalatte Pty Ltd, 2009)
    Single page illustration, in response to Rebecca Huntley's essay 'Serious Hair'.
  • Anderson, Benedict; Rees, Marc; Ladd, Eddie (, 2005)
    The idea behind Settlement was literally to settle the new Divergence Dance Company (Wales' contemporary dance company) into their home in the Cardiff Millennium Centre. Commissioned by the company as co-director, designer ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Prior, Jason; Jakubowicz, Andrew; Searle, Glen; Crofts, Penny (Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd and DiskBank, 2009)
    The state regulates sex industry types in accordance with a range of complex, overlapping and often conflicting legal, policing, planning and administrative mechanisms. The sex industry in Sydney is currently regulated ...
  • Prior, Jason (Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 2006)
    The aim of this brief paper is to develop an awareness of the role that sexuality plays in spatial development of our cities as contested terrains, through an investigation of the emerging dynamic relations be!ween ...
  • Heffer, Cecilia (Tamworth Regional Gallery, 2008)
  • Dorst, Kees (The Design Society, 2013)
    In 2008 the author published a paper that critiqued the state of design research. It contained an anatomy of design research, analysed its assumptions and considered the anomalies that were emerging at the time, making a ...
  • Weakley, Alastair; Edmonds, Ernest (University of Wollongong Press, 2004)
    The paper is concerned with support for distributed groups of creative knowledge workers: in this case designers. We consider requirements that designers have regarding internalisation and externalisation of ideas and ...