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  • 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 ...
  • Manasseh, Cyrus (Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 2006)
    This paper will reveal the influence of the Louvre upon museums of the East. It will do this via examination and discussion of the relationship between the Louvre, Cairo Museum, National Museum of Athens and Ancient Iran ...
  • Camacho Duarte, Olga (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
    Community projects that involve design students and stakeholders associated with Housing NSW have been carried out as part of the Community and Environment Project (CEP). The CEP is a partnership between Housing NSW and ...
  • Harkema, Christelle; Luyk, Ilse; Brombacher, Aarnout Cornelis; Dorst, Kees (The Design Society, 2011)
    Product usability is a product quality that ensures efficient and effective products which satisfy users. In spite of the many usability techniques that are available many users still experience usability problems when ...
  • Macdonald, Heather (The University of Auckland, 2010)
    Stimulating affordable, accessible infill development is essential if Sydneya??s housing deficit is to be reduced without the environmental impacts of large scale Greenfield development. But despite a Metro Strategy that ...
  • Deray, Kristine; Simoff, Simeon (AACE - Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2009)
    The range of interactions in immersive 3D virtual worlds is increasing as new technologies are integrated with such environments. The increased complexity, however, does not necessarily deliver information on the interaction ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Sheehan, John; Prior, Jason; Hendy, Shaun (Urban Research Symposium, World Bank, 2009)
    In a time of climate change, cities are challenged by the twin demands of reduced carbon emissions and the provision of a potable water supply. Meanwhile our governance and legal frameworks are inadequately prepared for ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Sheehan, John; Prior, Jason (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
    This commentary offers a background to the carbon challenge, carbon offsets, and emissions trading from an Australian perspective. It sets the scene for a more detailed discussion about carbon sequestration rights, which ...
  • Sheehan, John; Kanas, O (PRRES, 2008)
    The commodification of soil to permit carbon sequestration and hence trading in the resultant carbon rights is examined as an emerging facet of climate change management. As the developed world moves towards carbon offsets ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Bruno Mondadori, 2010)
    Historiographic essay concerning the cultural meaning of the fashion caricature, translated from the English.
  • Mcneil, Peter (Thomson Gale/Charles Scribner's Sons, 2005)
    Substantial new contribution to the relationship of fashion and the caricature print. Encylopedia is described by the editor as 'the product of a new, multidisciplinary field of inquiry and an extraordinary international ...
  • Roxburgh, Mark; Sweetapple, Kate (University of New South Wales, 2007)
    Strickler argues that the growth of visual communication as an academic discipline can only occur if there is an a??empirical bridge between theory and practicea?? (1999: 38). Such a bridge is also a precondition for the ...
  • Robinson, Todd (University of Creative Arts, UK., 2011)
    Abstract: In this paper I will examine the role artefacts play in the context of a practice-based research project. Alone artefacts would not constitute research but I will present a Case Study examining how a self-produced ...
  • Stead, Naomi (Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, 2002)
  • Lam, Kai-Chi; Ge, Janet; Runeson, Goran (China Architecture & Building Press, 2003)
    The traditional multiple regression analysis is widely acknowledged as a reliable technique and acceptable forecasting performance. This study examines the role of population growth, household income, and transaction volume ...
  • Frimpong, Yaw; Oluwoye, Jacob; Crawford, Lynn (Elsevier Science Ltd, 2003)
  • Urhahn, Christian; Spieth, Patrick; Killen, Catherine (Galatasaray University and European Academy of Management, 2013)
    To support the successful implementation of product innovation strategies, we investigate the role of perceived product portfolio innovativeness (PPPI) and its relationship to a firm?s brand equity. Besides the overall ...