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  • Crawford, L (Elsevier Ltd., 2005-01)
    As more organisations adopt project management approaches and the demand for project managers grows, there is increasing interest in the competence of project managers and in standards for development and assessment of ...
  • Verghese, GH (Middlesex University Press, 2007-01)
  • Kaji-O'Grady, S (A&S Books, 2009-01)
    Throughout the twentieth century, common techniques for conceiving and composing works of art were applied to different media and to disparate disciplines. Abstraction, narrative and anti-narrative techniques, indeterminacy ...
  • Sadokierski, ZA (Boccalatte Pty Ltd, 2009-01)
    Single page illustration, in response to Rebecca Huntley's essay 'Serious Hair'.
  • Anderson, B; Rees, M; Ladd, E (2005-01)
    The idea behind Settlement was literally to settle the new Divergence Dance Company (Wales' contemporary dance company) into their home in the Cardiff Millennium Centre. Commissioned by the company as co-director, designer ...
  • Boydell, S; Crofts, P; Prior, JH; Jakubowicz, AH; Searle, GH (Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd and DiskBank, 2009-01)
    The state regulates sex industry types in accordance with a range of complex, overlapping and often conflicting legal, policing, planning and administrative mechanisms. The sex industry in Sydney is currently regulated ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, F (Elsevier, 2014-01)
    Does the presence of temporary sex migrants trailing a resource boom cause crime, lead to a breakdown of morality, trigger a crisis of sexually transmitted diseases, and depress property values? While popular representations ...
  • Prior, JH (Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 2006-01)
    The aim of this brief paper is to develop an awareness of the role that sexuality plays in spatial development of our cities as contested terrains, through an investigation of the emerging dynamic relations be!ween homosexual. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B (2005-01)
    Shed*Light at ARCO International Art Fair Madrid 2005 combined selected material from 'Replica' and 'Remnants' following their Cardiff exhibition (2004) along with a live solo performance by Marc Rees entitled Normal ...
  • 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 ...
  • Nejadi, S; Gilbert, I (American Concrete Institute, 2004-01)
    Cracking caused by shrinkage in restrained reinforced concrete members is considered both experimentally and analytically. Eight longitudinally restrained slab specimens with different reinforcement layouts were monitored ...
  • Robinson, TM (Artspace, )
    Solo exhibition at Artspace, Sydney Work published in Artspace journal All evidence provided in template to Faculty DAB
  • 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 ...
  • Roxburgh, MW (Gadfly Media, )
    Our commonest experience of photography is as a record of real things, people and places. We are inundated with an ever increasing volume of photographic images of the real through all forms of visual media. The rate at ...
  • Langham, E; Brennan, T; Downes, J; Fyfe, J; Mohr, SH; White, S (Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2013-01)
    prepared by the Institute for Sustainable Futures as part of the AEFI consortium for Ausgrid and EnergyAustralia
  • Day, MB
    As part of the Vivid - Smart Light Sydney Festival, 17 May - 14 June 2009, of which I was an instigator, I contributed to four events that generated and demonstrated new concepts and understandings about lighting technology ...