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  • Leaman, Adrian; Thomas, Leena; Vandenberg, Monica (Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating Inc., 2007)
    A comparative post-occupancy evaluation, based on occupant surveys of 22 `green design intent? buildings and 23 conventional buildings in Australia has been undertaken by Leaman, Thomas and Vandenberg. The study shows ...
  • Kilbane, Simon (Routledge, 2013)
    This paper outlines research regarding the planning and design of a bold new continental-scale Green Infrastructure (GI) for Australia, the `NationalGreen Network? (NGN). The NGN is a design project that aims to augment ...
  • Dixon, Tom; Colantonio, Andrea; Shiers, David; Reed, Richard; Wilkinson, Sara; Gallimore, Paul (Emerald, 2008)
    Purpose; This study seeks to provide a review of the background and context to the engagement of RICS members with the sustainability agenda, and to examine the extent to which the surveying profession uses relevant ...
  • Ding, Grace; Ge, Janet (Architecture and Building Research Institute, Ministry of the Interior, 2009)
    Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing Australia today. This is a challenge and responsibility that is shared by all Australian households. Improvements to energy and water efficiency of houses can ...
  • Wilkinson, Sara; Reed, Richard (Emerald, 2009)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the potential for green roof retrofit to commercial buildings in a city centre to property managers and other property professionals. Design/methodology/approach: ...
  • Burns, Karen. (2007-10-04)
    This paper offers a close reading of one architectural text engaged in “knowledge transfer”: the use of evolutionary biology discourse as an explanatory account and authority claim supporting Greg Lynn’s Embryological ...
  • Ghosh, Sumita (5th State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC), 2011)
    Home gardens exist within millions of private residential outdoor spaces in the cities and suburbs of the world. This paper builds on author's previous research that formulated two models for estimating sustainability ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Lie, Stefan (Access UTS, UniQuest Pty Ltd (JCU), 2009)
    Roderick Walden and Stefan Lie were approached by UniQuest: James Cook University to develop a design, based on an invention by a team headed by Dr. Glen Deakin of the Institute of Sport and Exercise Science at JCU. The ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Lie, Stefan (UTS DAB LAB Research Gallery, 2010)
    This exhibition presents the prototype for a new type of cooling vest designed to significantly reduce heat stress and recovery times for emergency workers in hot intensive working conditions. A team of scientists from ...
  • Antoniades, Hera (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES), 2012)
    The real property industry in Australia is one that intersects the boundaries of many aspects of taxation. The Goods and Services Tax (GST), is a broad based tax of 10% which applies to goods and services supplied and ...
  • Hanky 
    Robinson, Todd (UTS, 2009)
    The body of work examined the realm of men's accessories and contemporary masculine identity with the use of hand embroidery techniques. The project specifically addressed the question of the gendered nature of both ...
  • Smith, Adam Jasper (B5 Media Ltd, 2008)
    Hany Armanious was chosen to represent Australia in the 54th Venice Biennale (2011). Armanious' work appears, at first sight, to consist of hastily constructed sculptural assemblages of mundane objects and detritus. On ...
  • Crawford, Lynn; Pollack, Julien (Elsevier Science Limited and International Project Management Association, 2004)
    This paper provides clarification on the use of the terms `hard' and `soft' in the context of project and program management, by exploring what it means for a project to be hard or soft. This paper draws on the authors' ...
  • Hardware 
    Titmarsh, Mark (UTS, 2006)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Livrustkammarstifterlserna, 2011)
    The history of haute couture is well researched from perspectives that range from mythologising studies of particular designers to market-field research. Haute couture occupies a rather ambivalent place within the contemporary ...
  • Van Der Veer, Gerrit; Bongers, Bert (Springer, 2009)
    This paper describes the latest insights in HCI education inspired and informed by the creative disciplines, how education is implemented, and how it could be fed back into the artistic fields. It contains examples, contrasts ...
  • Rickwood, Peter; Knight, David (Promaco Conventions, 2009)
    There is a large body of medical research on the health impacts of local traffic air pollution. Vehicle emissions, road dust and tyre fragmentation together cause an increase in atmospheric levels of carbon monoxide, sulphur ...
  • Seymour, Aaron (Graphic Design, 2007)
    The Heart was the inaugural exhibition at Wellcome Collection (21 June-16 Sept 2007), a major new London museum funded by the Wellcome Trust. Exploring the medical, symbolic and religious associations of this vital organ, ...
  • Osmond, Sue (Intellect, 2012)
    The 'Cleopatra look' has recurred regularly in fashion marketing, advertising, masquerade balls, fashion trends and in the salons and catwalk shows of haute couture since the beginning of the twentieth century. The 'look' ...