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  • 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 ...
  • Lam, Kai-Chi; Ge, Janet (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 2002)
    The purpose of building a house prices forecasting model is to estimate the impact of housing demand and housing supply in Hong Kong. The property market plays a very important role in the economy of Hong Kong. The real ...
  • Forsythe, Perry; Jupp, Julie; Sawhney, Anil (Centre for Education in the Built Environment, 2013)
    This paper reports on the on-going development of teaching and learning supported by Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the undergraduate Construction Project Management Programme at the University of Technology Sydney. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Dunstan, Chris; Walgenwitz, Gilles; Denvir, Patrick; Lederwasch, Aleta; Lander, Johanna; Langham, Ed (Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS and Energetics, 2010)
    Meeting Australia's energy needs sustainably will be a major challenge for the next decade. Electricity consumption is forecast to increase by over 20 percent in the next 10 years, while peak electrical demand is ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Burnie, 2009)
    Burnie Makers' Workshop represents a major investment in the future of a town on the north-west coast of Tasmania coming to terms with its post-industrial reality. Until recent times, the town has been known primarily ...
  • Seymour, Aaron (UTS Gallery, 2010)
    Sheet Music and Burnt Lakes are two works created for Graphic Material, a research-focused exhibition held at the UTS Gallery from August 3-September 3, 2010. The question posed through the exhibition was: How are new ...
  • Kornberger, Martin (Sydney University Press, 2006)
  • Smith, Adam Jasper (Immaterial Incorporated, 2007)
    Cabinet Magazine is an influential and highly regarded quarterly journal of art and culture. Published by a small non-profit organisation in Brooklyn, New York, each issue reaches around 40,000 readers (comparable to the ...