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  • Glazebrook, Garry (Routledge, 2009)
    There has been growing interest internationally in the development of comprehensive estimates of the costs of urban transport, fuelled by concerns over global warming, peak oil, road congestion, tolls and public transport ...
  • Taylor, Hollis (MIT Press, 2011)
    Bowerbirds are named for the structures they build, paint, and decorate. This photo essay documents the efforts of three species of Australian bowerbirds. The influence of sexual selection is pertinent, as the female ...
  • Wrigley, Cara; Bucolo, Sam (Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
    The profession of industrial design is changing and with that so must industrial design education. The newly derived final year industrial design unit at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) was created to initiate ...
  • Antoniades, Hera (International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), 2012)
    Traditional accounting and business subjects are usually assessed via an assortment of quizzes, class tests and a formal exam. This method of assessment can be viewed as being inflexible and does not offer the student the ...
  • Christensen, Pernille; Worzala, Elaine (American Real Estate Society, 2010)
    This paper illustrates the use of studio teaching as a technique for promoting an interdisciplinary approach to teaching students about sustainability. It emphasizes an iterative decision-making process to help students ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (University of New South Wales, 2010)
    In this paper we suggest strategies and techniques for attaining sustained innovation via the suspension of developing concrete embodiments in favour of maintaining more abstract conceptualisation in early phases of the ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije; Barker, Tom (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    This paper considers pedagogical strategies and techniques in design for attaining sustained innovation collaboratively, in order to assist in the New Product Design process and enhance opportunities for creating truly ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (University of New South Wales, 2010)
    Technological change is increasing at an exponential rate. As the technological future unfolds, the balance of theory and praxis will become increasingly important. Research emanating from MIT suggests that Design ...
  • Er, Michael (IEEE, 2008)
    Mobile technology offers the potential to connect the mobile worker with information resources which would normally be available in an office setting. Such devices could improve the competency of these workers when making ...
  • O'Mahony, Marie; Braddock-Clarke, Sarah (Thames and Hudson, 2005)
    The extent to which technological advances have influenced the development of textiles and their use in design is not something that is well understood by professional designers, manufacturers, academia and the general ...
  • O'Mahony, Marie (, 2008)
    TechnoThreads (2008), curated by O'Mahony, was the inaugural exhibition at the New Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin. It attracted 60,000 visitors and significant national and international press coverage. The ...
  • Beilharz, Kirsty (Routledge, 2011)
    This article looks at the use of embodied music controllers for gestural interaction with sound. The technology for embodied interaction involves microchip 'enhancement' of the human body, enabling the body as the music ...
  • Temple 
    Titmarsh, Mark (UTS Gallery, 2008)
    An exhibition of works examining the material possibilities of colour in painting as it expands outwards to occupy space and time
  • Wallen, Lawrence; Winkler, Gerhard (SWR, 2004)
    Terra Incognito was a continuation of a project developed for the Munich biennale and the ZKM in 2002. It took the form of an Installation (solo) and an interactive concert (in collaboration with composer Gerhard Winkler). ...
  • Terroir 
    Reinmuth, Gerard (Hatje Cantz, 2007)
    The exhibition 'Living the Modern_Australian Architecture', curated by Dr Claudia Perrin for Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, 12. September - 11. November 2007, shows for the first time in Germany on this scale the ...
  • TERROIR 
    Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), 2008)
    The Biennale is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar, visited by thousands of the world's most influential architects, designers, urban planners, developers and critics. The 11th ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (DAB Documents, 2007)
    Cosmopolitan Ground suggests a mode of collaboration between architecture and philosophy, where both professions retain their autonomy but are enriched via their reference to one another. It achieves this through its ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard (Fargfabriken, 2010)
    'Building Blocks', an exhibition curated by Karin England, investigated accepted roles in the design process, specii? cally the relationship between architect and client through the pairing of children as clients with ...
  • O'Mahony, Marie (AD/Wiley Publishers, 2006)
    Here, Marie O'Mahony focuses on one of the most exciting areas of innovation for textiles - the hybridisation of materials and engineering techniques. It is, as she explains, the very blurring of what a textile constitutes ...
  • Anderson, Benedict; Bl??Me, Torsten (, 2007)
    Based on Walter Gropius's 1919 Bauhaus manifesto, (a foundation text for the Bauhaus), and taking guidance from his call to 'desire, conceive and create the new building of the future together', the question posed in the ...