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  • Wallen, Lawrence; Winkler, Gerhard (SWR, 2004)
    Terra Incognito was a continuation of a project developed for the Munich biennale and the ZKM in 2002. It took the form of an Installation (solo) and an interactive concert (in collaboration with composer Gerhard Winkler). ...
  • TERROIR 
    Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), 2008)
    The Biennale is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar, visited by thousands of the world's most influential architects, designers, urban planners, developers and critics. The 11th ...
  • Terroir 
    Reinmuth, Gerard (Hatje Cantz, 2007)
    The exhibition 'Living the Modern_Australian Architecture', curated by Dr Claudia Perrin for Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, 12. September - 11. November 2007, shows for the first time in Germany on this scale the ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (DAB Documents, 2007)
    Cosmopolitan Ground suggests a mode of collaboration between architecture and philosophy, where both professions retain their autonomy but are enriched via their reference to one another. It achieves this through its ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard (Fargfabriken, 2010)
    'Building Blocks', an exhibition curated by Karin England, investigated accepted roles in the design process, specii? cally the relationship between architect and client through the pairing of children as clients with ...
  • O'Mahony, Marie (AD/Wiley Publishers, 2006)
    Here, Marie O'Mahony focuses on one of the most exciting areas of innovation for textiles - the hybridisation of materials and engineering techniques. It is, as she explains, the very blurring of what a textile constitutes ...
  • Anderson, Benedict; Bl??Me, Torsten (, 2007)
    Based on Walter Gropius's 1919 Bauhaus manifesto, (a foundation text for the Bauhaus), and taking guidance from his call to 'desire, conceive and create the new building of the future together', the question posed in the ...
  • Stein, Jesse Adams (Oral History Association of Australia (OHAA), 2013)
    This paper emerged from observations following oral history interviews with thirty people who worked at the New South Wales (NSW) Government Printing Office, Sydney between 1933 and 1989. This project incorporates photographs ...
  • Robinson, Todd (International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institute (IFFTI), 2010)
    Sustainable fashion seeks to bring about change in the way we carry out our practices. Such a change requires a reconsideration of what constitutes change. Creativity, as understood in the field of design, is commonly ...
  • Naaranoja, Marja; Clarke, Paul (University of Auckland, 2003)
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (Griffith Institute for Educational Research, 2008)
    Abstract: A review of the three research domains of design, frame theory, and Game Theory, reveals that they offer new and relevant perspectives that have the capacity to inform Design & Technology education. Generally, ...
  • De Valence, Gerard (Spon Press, 2011)
    Broadly, there are three views of CE. The first follows Hillebrandt and her definition of CE as the application of 'economics to the study of the construction firm, the construction process and the construction industry. ...
  • Lulham, Rohan (The Design Society, 2013)
    Theory that informs and invigorates designers in how to think about, research and understand human experience is increasingly important to the development of the field of design (Demir, Desmet & Hekkert 2009). In this paper ...
  • Perin, Gavin (University of South Australia, 2013)
    Post-Critical and Affect Theory discourse rejects the conventional transaction between theory, critique and design because it trades the artifact?s sovereignty for theory?s gift of legitimacy. Foucault?s suggestion that ...
  • Heathcote, Kevan (Interline Publishing, 2007)
  • Heathcote, Kevan (Inst Ciencias Construccion Eduardo Torroja, 2011)
    This paper examines the theoretical basis for the thermal performance of earth walls and links it to some test results on buildings constructed by the author, and to their predicted performance using a sophisticated computer ...
  • Van Der Bijl-Brouwer, Mieke; Van Der Voort, Mascha (IASDR, 2013)
    Within design teams, knowledge of the variety of situations in which products are used remains often unshared. Furthermore these 'dynamic and diverse use situations' are not always applied consistently to contextualize use ...
  • Orr, Kirsten (2007-10-05)
    The Water Cube National Swimming Centre designed for the 2008 Beijing Olympics has been hailed as a highly innovative post-millennial sports facility. Conceptually, its architecture is a cube, carved from a random, organic ...