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  • Kierkels, J; Van den Hoven, E (2008)
    In this paper we describe our investigations on the role of material hardness in the haptic experience of tangible artifacts. Without seeing the artifacts children had to rank their experience on a scale of two antonyms ...
  • Haeusler, M (Jovis Publisher, 2010-01)
    Future facades will become 3D displays. New developments in display technology, so called voxels, allow revolutionary architectural expressions. Whereas spatial expressions have been largely determined by the physical ...
  • Titmarsh, M (2008-01)
    A solo performance involving the making of coloured things and coloured events that related to the actions of painting.
  • Titmarsh, M (Conny Dietzschold, )
    An exhibition of Sydney artists exploring the object based nature of painting
  • Pigram, DA; Maxwell, IJ (DAB Documents, )
  • Chapman, N; Croker, N (City Of Ryde, 2011-01)
    In his capacity as Ryde Council's Place Manager Major Centres, Nick Chapman was responsible for drafting the environment section of the 140 page Environment and Open Space Study. Nick's work included research of relevant ...
  • MacDonald, HI (Sage, 2008-01)
    Although planners rely on census data for many tasks, they are often frustrated by its limitations. This article examines the evolution of this ambiguous relationship (during the period 1910 to 1960) through four roughly ...
  • Jupp, JR; Gandhi, S (The University of New South Wales, 2012-01)
    A new trend in improved green building certification (GBC) outcomes enabled by building information modelling (BIM) is emerging in the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sector. Developing an integrated ...
  • Parsons, R; Lederwasch, AJ; Moffat, K (MDPI AG, 2013-01)
    This paper demonstrates the potential of the mining industry to contribute to social development (community building, resilience and wellbeing) and to economic transitioning post-mining. A number of factors may facilitate ...
  • Ng, KW; Prasad, D; Runeson, G (SB08, 2008-01)
    The aim of this conference paper is to discuss a new approach to redevelopment appraisal for green health-care facilities. Research shows the need to combine various models or approaches to achieve this objective due to ...
  • Sankaran, S; Abeysuriya, K; Gray, J; Kachenko, A (International Society for the System Sciences, 2010-01)
    This paper will explain a research project being carried out in Sydney, Australia at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) highlighting the systems thinking principles and action research methodology being adopted in ...
  • 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.
  • Maxwell, IJ; Pigram, DA (Australian Institute of Architects, )
  • Sankaran, S; Brown, SW (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2012-01)
    In an increasingly complex global environment, traditional approaches to strategic thinking and problem solving are proving to be inadequate. Design thinking (a process used by designers) and action research/action learning ...
  • 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 ...