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  • Smith, Peter (China Engineering Cost Association, 2013)
    This paper examines the issues related to the implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Automated Quantities technologies by the Australian Quantity Surveying profession. The paper is based on a review of ...
  • Jupp, Julie (AUBEA2013, 2013)
    As adoption of the BIM methodology (building information modelling) grows, so too do levels of investment in new technologies, processes and organisational change. However due to complexity at the project level, where BIM ...
  • Smith, Peter (Diamond Congress Ltd, 2013)
    This paper examines the issues related to the implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Automated Quantities technologies by the Australian Quantity Surveying profession. The findings provide lessons learnt ...
  • Loo, Stephen. (2007-10-05)
    This paper analyses the techniques and technologies mobilized under the imprimatur of biological life in architectural production beyond their manifestations as (bio)mimetic processes. The arguments do not take ‘life’ ...
  • Pentes, T. (Creativity & Cognition Studio Press, 2004)
    BlackBOX: Painting A Digital Picture of Documented Memory, is a doctoral creative arts project, a digital media CD-ROM/Internet work that seeks to exploit and enhance the creative potentials of digitally produced music, ...
  • 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.
  • Sadokierski, Zoe; Sweetapple, Kate (Northumbria University, 2013)
    In order to remain relevant in the digital age, physical libraries have to strengthen their position as social and cultural spaces. They need to find ways to challenge existing users perceptions of the collections and how ...
  • Candido, Christhina; De Dear, Richard; Thomas, Leena; Kim, Jungsoo; Parkinson, Thomas (Griffith University, 2012)
    Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) is a process that allows designers, developers, owners, operators and tenants to objectively identify dysfunctional building services and design features, and highlight successful design. ...
  • Rice, Charles (University of Sydney, 2003)
    In studying the domestic interior of the nineteenth century from within the discipline of architecture, two particular theoretical problems arise. On the one hand, turning one's attention to the domestic in architecture ...
  • Kornberger, Martin (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
    Think Coca-Cola. Think iPod. Think Nike. Think Google. Each of these names represents a successful product or service but, more importantly, they are all successful brands. Most attempts to explain the role of brands focus ...
  • Veil, Cornelia; Saunders, Shirley; Hunt, Andrew; Van Onna, Mark; Kavanagh, Donncha (Elsevier, 2004)
  • Anderson, Benedict; Diniz, Nancy (ISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney, 2013)
    Breathe - the air we wear proposes wearable and mobile technologies for reading and rendering in real time the air we breathe. The project proposes the `actioning? for better air quality through individuals? capacity to ...
  • Barnstone, Deborah Ascher (Routledge, 2013)
    The Breslau Jewish Museum's brief history mirrors the changing identity German Jews held in the national community between 1928 and 1938. The Museum was initially founded by an optimistic group of prominent Breslau Jews ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
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  • Paton, Rebecca; Dorst, Kees (DAB documents, 2010)
    The ability to reframe a problematic situation in new and interesting ways is widely seen as one of the key characteristics of design thinking, and as one that would lend itself to application beyond the traditional design ...
  • Paton, B.; Dorst, Kees (Elsevier Science Ltd., 2011)
    The ability to reframe a problematic situation in new and interesting ways is widely seen as one of the key characteristics of design thinking. In this paper we study how experienced designers have professionalised the ...
  • Harfield, Stephen; Prior, Jason (Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Australia, 2010)
    While the ongoing development of suburbia in Australia has undoubtebdly seen many key moments, few have been as radical and iconic as that represented by the design and marketing of the Kingsdene Estate in Carlingford, ...
  • Robinson, Todd (Loughborough University, 2013)
    This paper presents a research approach to investigate the body styles, embodied engagements and physical activity that designers bring to their creative work. The approach utilizes a set of designed objects in the context ...
  • 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 ...