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  • Karaminas, V (McMillan Reference USA, 2007-01)
    This article was published in a three-volume international encyclopedia of the colonised world. My research brought together the issue of Middle Eastern fashion, identity and colonisation.
  • Camacho Duarte, OL; Lulham, RA; Kaldor, LJ (Taylor & Francis, 2011-01)
    This paper discusses the co-design process developed in the Winter School, a course run by the Designing Out Crime (DOC) research centre at the University of Technology, Sydney. Projects undertaken in this course address ...
  • Frumar, Jerome. (2007-10-04)
    The digital nature of post-industrial societies has profound implications for architectural design, documentation and construction. Digital tools and technologies bridge the representational divide between conception and ...
  • Mangioni, V (Australian Property Institute, 2013-01)
    Paper examines the various bases on which recurrent property taxes are assessed.
  • McLaughlin, SM (International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR) and Delft University of Technology, 2011-01)
    This study explores the 'designer's talk' as a site for the articulation and dissemination of design expertise. The paper discusses the development of a qualitative coding system generated in the course of analysing public ...
  • Reymen, I; Dorst, K; Smulders, F (CRC Press, 2009-01)
    The concept of co-evolution is considered a key characteristic of designing. Several authors have described design thinking processes as the coevolution of design problem and design solution. The theoretical grounding of ...
  • Finney, TL
    CO-ISOLATED was an exhibition of new work by the artists Richard Goodwin, Michael Snape and David Burns. The venue was a 3000m2 industrial shed in an industrially zoned part of southern Sydney. Typically, exhibition curation ...
  • Algeo, CT (AUBEA School of the Built Environment, 2008-01)
  • Ahlquist, Sean. (2007-10-04)
    The architectural technologist could be defined as a designer whose methods are driven by the intimate and experimental use of varying digital technologies. The technologist, in this scenario, is a designer by training, ...
  • Baumann, C; White, S (Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN), 2011-01)
    This paper introduces a pragmatic pathway towards more sustainable urban transport development (SUTD) by documenting and discussing a process that engages organised public and private interests in a collaborative dialogue ...
  • Hurley, AW (UTSePress, Sydney, 2011-01)
    Hubertus Siegerts impressionistic documentary, Berlin Babylon, illuminates the demolition and urban renewal of Berlin during the mid-late 1990s. This was a critical phase in the citys history, as it prepared, amidst a ...
  • Gothe, J; DeLys, S (Centre for Media Arts Innovation, UTS, )
    Memory Flows, a project of the Centre for Media Arts and Innovation, UTS, culminated in an exhibition entitled 'Memory Flows: rivers, creeks and the great artesian basin' which examined the concepts of 'water, flows and ...
  • Campbell, L; Luscombe, DO (City of Canada Bay, 2009-01)
    In a typical suburban street of Drummoyne this residence brought an exploration of dynamic forms to its resolution of renovation of an old timber cottage. Exploration took advantage of passive solar design principles, links ...
  • Hill, MJ (Graber Hill, )
    An exhibition of 30 cartoons created for and published in the UTS magazine U: over a 2 year period.
  • Higgins, DM (Pacific Rim Property Society, 2007-01)
    In broad terms, the structure of all property investment products can fit into four property investment quadrants private equity, public equity, private debt and public debt. Within an investment framework, this research ...
  • Heffer, C (Historic Houses Trust, )
    Commissioned Textile Design for Government House, Sydney The project was part of the Historic Houses Trust To Furnish a Future Program, a five-year refurbishment plan to redesign the interior of Government House, Sydney, ...
  • Reinmuth, G; Balmforth, S; Blythe, R (Canberra, 2006-01)
    Canberra is distinctive in international terms as a planned city. At the centre of the planning geometry sits the nations Parliament House. Its foreground consists of a range of buildings containing Australia's major public ...
  • van den Hoven, E; Smeenk, W; Bilsen, H; Zimmermann, R; de Waart, S; van Turnhout, K (-, 2008-01)
    Traditions encircle the grieving process. These can support mourners in difficult times, for example by prescribing how to behave appropriately and by expressing a sense of history. On the other hand, this traditional ...
  • Deray, K; Simoff, SJ; Petridis, Z (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009-01)
    This chapter outlines the conceptual framework, methodology and initial interpretations of a pilot study undertaken by a state government agency and coordinated by the Human Services Network (HSNet). The study, conducted ...
  • Deray, K; Simoff, SJ; Petridis, Z (Monash University, 2007-01)
    Computer mediated interaction offers a rich application area for exploring communication between communities and service delivery provider. This paper outlines the conceptual framework, methodology and initial data analysis ...