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  • Dorst, K (The Design Society, 2013-01)
    In 2008 the author published a paper that critiqued the state of design research. It contained an anatomy of design research, analysed its assumptions and considered the anomalies that were emerging at the time, making a ...
  • Weakley, AJ; Edmonds, EA (University of Wollongong Press, 2004-01)
    The paper is concerned with support for distributed groups of creative knowledge workers: in this case designers. We consider requirements that designers have regarding internalisation and externalisation of ideas and ...
  • Stead, NJ (The University of Canberra, 2006-01)
    The vast geographic size and climatic diversity of Australia, not to mention the heterogenous character of its population, makes a mockery of any singular idea of a national architectural identity. But that has not stopped ...
  • Antoniades, H (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2007-01)
    In NSW, landlords and tenants have rights and responsibilities with regards to the rental of real property. The Residential Tenancies Act which commenced on the 30th October 1989 sought to balance the rules for landlords ...
  • Wilkins, Helen. (2007-10-05)
    All complex systems, which includes buildings and the built environment, possess emergent properties. Complex systems are systems that are composed of numerous interacting parts. Emergent properties are high-level ...
  • Harfield, S (University of New South Wales, 2010-01)
    The idea of 'theory' whether in Thomas `grand theory sense or in the more informal `mental model sense [1997: 86] is generally accepted within most disciplines, including architecture and design, as being indicative of an ...
  • Jakovich, J; Reinhardt, D (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007-01)
    The field of architecture is radically being transformed by the esthetic potential of embedded sensor technologies and interaction. This demo presents an approach to spatial design that implements techniques of interactive ...
  • Bakker, S; van den Berg, R; Pijnappel, S; van den Hoven, E (KTH School of Computer Science and Communication (CSC), 2010-01)
    Our auditory perception skills enable us to selectively place one auditory channel in the center of our attention and simultaneously monitor others in the periphery of our attention. In this paper, we present and discuss ...
  • Er, M (ASME, 2012-01)
    As workers such as Foreman move around construction sites they are often required to make on the spot decisions and as such can be classified as a Construction Mobile Knowledge Worker (CMKW). Mobile technology affords 'just ...
  • Garduno Freeman, C (Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, 2007-01)
    The Sydney Opera House attracts over four million visitors each year to experience its architecture, events and cultural narratives. This experience consciously engages tourists in a constructed spatial encounter, in which ...
  • Song, H; Beilharz, KA (WSEAS, 2007-01)
    Spatialization (spatial separation) and timbre are the two salient auditory attributes facilitating a better comprehension of sonification (non-speech auditory display).While directional cues provide obvious interpretable ...
  • Ramirez Jr, M; Campbell, G; Marosszeky, A; Lopes, A; Campbell, C (UNSW, 2010-01)
    Every year since 2004, the Society for Responsible Design (SRD) in Sydney has been exhibiting graduate design projects which address issues of environmental change and responsibility, social equity and community ideas. ...
  • Verghese, GH (IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association), 2007-01)
  • Antoniades, H (IATED, 2013-01)
    In Australia, educational qualifications are a prescribed requirement for licensing within various occupations and professions, and each state and territory has varying degrees of educational aims and objectives. This ...
  • Gilbert, HJ (ICMS, 2013-01)
    The recent change of government in NSW has resulted in significant policy changes for accommodating growth and new development in the Sydney region. The previous focus on urban consolidation with new development only planned ...
  • Kokotovich, V (University of New South Wales, 2007-01)
    The pace of technological change in the world within which we live and work is increasing at an exponential rate. This in turn causes turbulent change within society, and indeed within social relationships. In a real sense ...
  • Ding, GK (Istanbul Technical University, 2012-01)
    One-fifth of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions come from households. There are 7 million households in Australia and each is producing about 15 tonnes of greenhouse gas every year. Energy use, car use and waste are the ...
  • Brejzek, T; Wallen, LP (Broken Dimanche Press, 2013-01)
    In 1904, diverted by circumstance to Athens rather than Corfu, the brothers Freud found themselves unhappy by the change in destination. Standing on the Acropolis, an uncanny thought had entered Freud's mind: `So does this ...
  • Pandolfo, B; Verghese, G (The University of Gothenburg, 2013-01)
    The task of a designer is to project the future into the present by articulating a possible outcome to an existing condition. This paper will examine the outcomes of these projections, through a comparative analysis of a ...
  • Ge, J; SUSILAWATI, C (Queensland University of Technology, 2013-01)
    Many Australian families are unable to access homeownership. This is because house prices are very high to the severely or seriously unaffordable level. Therefore, many low income families will need to rely on affordable ...