• Storm water management and improvement case of Freemans Bay Auckland 

      Bradbury, Matthew; De Costa, Gregory (2015-06)
      Freemans Bay is a vast and recovered industrial zone, encompassed by a petrol chemical storage facility and a tank farm. Major storm water outfall from the surrounding Freemans Bay catchment can cause contamination in the ...
    • Swarm planning : development of generative spatial planning tool for resilient cities 

      Roggema, Rob; Popov, Nikolay (eCAADe (Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe), 2015-09)
      In dealing with unexpected impacts of climate change current spatial planning tools are irresponsive and inflexible. The outcomes of applications of these tools are very limited in number, producing static plans that if ...
    • The tempered edge : waterfront development in an age of climate change. 

      Bradbury, Matthew (Finland Futures Research Centre, 2014-06)
      Urban waterfront development has followed the Baltimore waterfront model since the 1970s. This model is characterised by the formation of a thin promenade of public space with carefully choreo- graphed event architecture, ...
    • Therapy in translation : landscape Ideas from the Whau Lunatic Asylum and Unitec Campus. 

      Cliffin, Penny (SAHANZ and Unitec ePress, 2014-08-07)
      As noted by Julian Raxworthy,1 landscape architecture is different from other design discourses, notably architecture, because of its utilisation of ‘dynamic’ construction media such as plant materials, soils and water, ...
    • Under the Mountain - how a volcanic peak has influenced the culture, ecology and landscape history of Taranaki, New Zealand 

      Davies, Renee; Lambert, R. E. (International Federation of Landscape Architects Asia Pacific (IFLA - Asia Pacific), 2015-09-07)
      Mount Taranaki/Egmont occupies a central place in the history and culture of Taranaki people – Maori and European. The mystical qualities of the volcanic mountain have influenced the culture, ecology and landscape history ...
    • Unitec Arboretum 

      Cliffin, Penny (2012)
      Greening of cities has become a significant motivation for landscape architects, urban designers, and architects, as well as a growing public expectation. While there is need for the development of new technologies to ...
    • Utilising agent based models for simulating landscape dynamics 

      Popov, Nikolay (Cumulus, 2009)
      Cities and landscapes are now understood as systems that are open, chaotic, unpredictable, irreversible, and in constant flux - i.e. complex adaptive systems. This is why designers need to develop new modes of practice ...
    • Voyages of discovery: Immersive learning within indigenous cultural landscapes 

      Davies, Renee (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), 2015-06)
      Landscape architecture embodies the symbiotic relationship between society and environment and this human-nature interaction is manifest at its most profound within those places referred to as cultural landscapes. Within ...
    • Waterfront Ecology: Two waterfront design case studies in Auckland N.Z. and Furong New Town, P.R. China. 

      Bradbury, Matthew (Grafima Publ, 2013)
      The contemporary waterfront, a real estate invention of 1970s rust belt Baltimore has proved to be a peculiarly resilient urban trope. The transformation of an industrial waterfront into a consumerist landscape follows a ...
    • Xsection: Aucklands Contemporary Architecture Journal 

      Griffiths, Pete; Aitken, D. (International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), 2013)
      A new landscape journal has been developed called Xsection. This publication calls for articles from landscape practitioners, academics, and students. The journals intent is to promote rigorous discussion about landscape ...

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