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  • Bartel, Robyn; Graham, Nicole; Jackson, Sue; Prior, Jason; Robinson, Daniel; Sherval, Meg; Williams, Stewart (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, 2013)
    Law is a powerful influence on people and place. Law both creates and is created by the relationship between people and place, although it rarely acknowledges this. Law frequently operates as if space does not matter. ...
  • Chapman, Nick (Community Planning and Development Program, La Trobe University, 2012)
    This Paper is a case study evaluation of a Pilot Project to develop place-based primary school sustainability curriculum in Sydney?s Inner West. The Pilot Project involves four councils, the NSW Department of Education ...
  • Jupp, Julie; Gero, John (Springer, 2009)
    This chapter explores the perception and modeling of style in design relating to visuo-spatial representation and reasoning. We approach this subject via cognitive and contextual considerations significant to the role of ...
  • Palmer, Alexandra; Mcneil, Peter (Bloomsbury Publ Plc, 2013)
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  • Wallen, Lawrence (ArtTech, 2010)
    Inside Out, curated by Claire Smith, is an international touring exhibition that focuses on emerging digital design techniques and the growth of sophisticated rapid prototyping tools and methods. It features forty-six ...
  • Stoppani, Teresa (Routledge, 2010)
    Offering an in-depth consideration of the impact which humanities have had on the processes of architecture and design, this book asks how we can restore the traditional dialogue between intellectual enquiry in the humanities ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2009)
  • Smith, Peter (The Building Surveyors Institute of Japan, 2003)
  • Smith, Peter (Singapore Institute of Surveyors & Valuers (SISV), 2010)
    This paper examines current problems with home ownership affordability measurement and presents an innovative affordability measurement model that incorporates a comprehensive assessment and risk analysis of housing life ...
  • Ding, Grace (Routledge, 2007)
    The Australian Department of Commerce builds many secondary schools in New South Wales every year, and the impact of energy consumption for such a type of construction has rarely been done before in Australia. Although ...
  • Dartnall, William; Johnston, Stephen (American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2005)
    For humanity to be able to meet its needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own, we must create a sustainable and customised service economy. For all the people of the world to be able ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Murdoch Books, 2010)
    'Visual writing' or 'hybrid books' is an emerging area of research within visual communication. Increasingly, both publishers and the book design community are recognizing that hybrid books are a powerful form of visually ...
  • Campbell, Leo; Luscombe, Desley (Aged Care Association of Australia/NSW: a chronicle, 2007)
    Lifestyle Manor Bondi is a unique advance in architectural design for Australian retirement living. Taking advantage of the dense urban, eastern suburb context, the development strategy built a vital, engaging seniors ...
  • Roxburgh, Mark (DAB LAB, 2007)
    The photographic work in this exhibition is part of my ongoing exploration of the line between representation and abstraction and notions of reality. It also explored the concept of user-generated content turning the process ...
  • Limits 
    Wallen, Lawrence (Zurcher-Theaterspektakel, 2006)
    'Walking in the limits is a homogenic artistic work made of sound, words and space, dealing with the understanding of space and time in a very existential sense: it reflects upon perception and illumines the structures of ...
  • Holt, Matthew (Berg Publishers, 2011)
    In order to explain the premises and consequences of the current turn to empathy-based design in its form as user- or human-centred design, this paper connects it with the utopian tradition inherent in much of design's ...
  • Searle, Glen (Planning Institute of Australia, Federation Press, 2004)
  • Searle Glen (Planning Institute of Australia, Federation Press, 2004)
  • Ragsdell, Gillian; Remington, Kaye (Idea Group Inc., 2006)
  • Ghosh, Sumita; Vale, Robert (SOAC, 2009)
    In a resource constrained future, localised energy generation is likely to be a critical pathway to fulfill future energy demand. This paper presents how existing low, medium and high density residential developments with ...