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  • Muller, Elizabeth (Open City Inc, 2010)
  • Haeusler, Matthias (avedition, 2009)
    A Fundamental introduction to a topic of current interest Overview about the varied media facades that exist, their technology and future development More than 30 breathtaking media facades by ag4, Realities United, UN ...
  • Lai, Ying; Ge, Janet (PRRES, UWS and UTS, 2009)
    The study provides an overall view of the Cantonese' usage of media and how it affects their expectations in the purchase of real estate, to better understand the real estate market in Guangzhou through a survey. The ...
  • Deray, Kristine; Day, Michael (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    This paper focuses upon the reframing of cultural heritage as bodily experience articulated through narrative based media. The concept of mediation is introduced and explored, as a knowledge intensive process that integrates ...
  • Mcneil, Peter; Steorn, Patrik (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
    Closer attention paid to the implications and effects of things that now seem ephemeral, such as fashion prints or fashion plates, has much to offer those who study image culture and ideology more generally. This article ...
  • Ding, Grace; Crews, Keith; Thomas, Doug (Graz University of Technology, 2013)
    The Australian construction sector contributes almost a quarter of the nations carbon emissions and the main strategy to address this has been to reduce the operating energy of existing buildings and by regulating energy ...
  • Dunstan, Chris; Rutovitz, Jay (Intelligent Grid Cluster, 2009)
    Communities in developed nations expect their governments to ensure the reliable supply of electricity. Reflecting these expectations, the NSW Government established an Inquiry into Electricity Supply in NSW in 2007, ...
  • Kaji-O'Grady Sandra (Faculty of Architecture, The University of Sydney, 2006)
    This paper examines the long rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne for architectural superiority. It is argued that Robin Boyd's 1967 characterisation of Melbourne in the 1950s and of Sydney in the 1960s, which was as ...
  • Kaji-O'Grady, Sandra (University of Sydney, 2006)
    This paper examines the long rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne for architectural superiority. It is argued that Robin Boyd's 1961 characterisation of Melbourne in the 1950s and of Sydney in the 1960s, which was as much ...
  • Gothe, Jacqueline; Lee, Elisa (, 2007)
    Background Memefest, is an online "festival of radical communication," which encourages students, professionals, artists and activists alike to contribute their talents to a collective counter-culture of open source. The ...
  • Hekkert, Paul; Thurgood, Clementine; Whitfield, T.W. Allan (Elsevier, 2013)
    The finding that repeated exposure to a stimulus enhances attitudes directed towards it is a well-established phenomenon. Despite this, the effects of exposure to products are difficult to determine given that they could ...
  • Dillon, T. S; Chang, E.; Talevski, A. (The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Inc (IEEE), 2004)
    Generally software is seen as something that is purchased off-the-shelf. However, this perception is incorrect, as off-the-shelf software represents only 15 percent of all software development. The remaining 85 percent ...
  • Titmarsh, Mark (Invitation, Catalogue and transcript of 2 SER mention, 2006)
  • Pigram, David; Larsen, Niels; Pederson, Ole (Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), 2012)
    This paper describes a method for the design and fabrication of complex funicular structures fromdiscrete precast concrete elements. The research proposes that through the integration of digitalform-finding techniques, ...
  • Sankaran, Shankar (Southern Cross Institute of Action Research, 2001)
    Management learning is a relatively new field that is of strategic importance to organisations facing rapid changes in their environment. Despite its importance, research methods in management learning are still not well ...
  • Forsythe, Perry (University of NSW, 2007)
    The paper focuses specifically on the product development process and the importance of consumer research in getting product design requirements right. The paper demonstrates application of two generic methods of ...
  • Runeson, Goran (Spon Press, 2011)
    Academic research into building economics is comparatively new, if by academic research we mean the kind of research we have in well-established academic disciplines. It seems that a new discipline, like building economics, ...
  • Ghosh, Sumita; Vale, Robert; Vale, Brenda (Routledge, 2007)
    Environmental impacts, in addition to economic, social and cultural drivers, have significant implications in the evolution of more sustainable urban forms. This paper presents the results of calculating potential local ...
  • Wagner, Nadia (IDEA, 2012)
    Materials erode, sag, peel, fade and fray. These indications of decay are visual clues that speak of the passage of time as well as of the care expended on an item or space. The meaning assigned to such decay also changes ...
  • Karaminas, Vicki (Migration Heritage Centre/Centre for Cultural research, 2002)
    Examines home and identity for your artists and designers living in Western Sydney