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  • Orr, Kirsten (Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, 2002)
    When the international exhibitions came to Australia in 1879, 1880 and 1888, exhibits of items for the home were the most popular. Exhibitions fostered occasions for nations to construct and present images of national ...
  • Ge, J; Runeson, G; Lam, K (Blackwell Publishing, 2002-01)
    Modeling the volatility of property prices presents an interesting challenge for researchers. The purpose of the study is to compare an artificial neural network approach and log-linear regression model for predicting ...
  • Ge, J; Runeson, G; Lam, K; Chan, K (World of Construction Project Management, 2004-01)
    Hong Kong's residential property market has experienced significant changes over the last two decades. It is an interesting challenge for modeling the volatility of property prices. The aim of the study is to build forecasting ...
  • Higgins, DM (Australian Property Journal, 2005-01)
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  • Forest 
    Anderson, B (Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, )
    FOREST was a site-specific installation for En Residencia and commissioned by Laboral, Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijon, Asturias Northern Spain and Welsh Arts Council. The installation and dance piece for FOREST ran from 28 ...
  • Forest 
    Anderson, B (Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, )
    FOREST was a site-specific installation for En Residencia and commissioned by Laboral, Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijon, Asturias Northern Spain and Welsh Arts Council. The installation and dance piece for FOREST ran from 28 ...
  • Pigram, DA; McGee, W (ACADIA, 2011-01)
    This paper presents a methodology for the integration of fabrication constraints within the architectural design process through custom written algorithms for fabrication. The method enables the translation from three-dimensional ...
  • Grau, U; Goberna, C
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    How do you design for a series of performances that are spread throughout a town and encompass church halls, hillsides, huts, beaches, benches, bridges, streets, shop fronts, amusement arcades, discos an enigmatic past and ...
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    How do you design for a series of performances that are spread throughout a town and encompass church halls, hillsides, huts, beaches, benches, bridges, streets, shop fronts, amusement arcades, discos an enigmatic past and ...
  • Forsythe, PJ (Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), 2012-01)
    Building Information Modelling (BIM) represents a new area of teaching in construction project management degree programs. The intelligent 3D modelling capability of BIM allows users to visually drill down to different ...
  • Lahoud, A (Customs House Sydney, )
    Four speculative projects developed in the context of my own architectural practice between 2006-09 were featured in the group exhibition, Remodelling Architecture: Architectural Paces Digital Spaces, 30 September29 November ...
  • Sherringham, SJ; Stewart, SC (Sense Publishers, 2011-01)
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  • Clifton-Cunningham, A; Gwilt, A (DAB Docs [07], )
    Everyday fashion components and elements such as the pocket, the sleeve, or the seam often become overshadowed by the theatrics of the fashion spectacle. Very little time is dedicated to the study of fashion in detail and ...
  • Gwilt, ID; Williams, J (Common Ground Publishing, 2011-01)
    This paper posits opportunities to explore a critical space for visual communication design research. Through current education strategies being explored and tested we re-apply the typologies of the discipline through the ...
  • Deray, K; Simoff, SJ (IEEE, 2012-01)
    In this paper we present preliminary pilot study of how people's interactions can be characterized in open-ended environments through the concept of engagement. By open - ended environments we refer to physical spaces that ...
  • Mazalek, A; Van Den Hoven, E (2009-08)
    Tangible interaction is a growing area of humancomputer interaction research that has become popular in recent years. Yet designers and researchers are still trying to comprehend and clarify its nature, characteristics, ...
  • Reinmuth, G; Benjamin, AE; Goodwin, R (Venice Architecture Biennale, )
  • Lie, S (Co-published by Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design and the Melbourne Museum, )
    Freestyle: new Australian design for living brings together the work and stories of 40 outstanding Australian designers from the fields of furniture, lighting, textiles, homewares, fashion, jewellery and accessories. This ...