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  • Searle Glen (Routledge Journals, 2006)
    The new City of Cities metropolitan strategy (Department of Planning, 2005a) is probably the most comprehensive planning strategy that Sydney has had since its first strategy over 50 years ago. And in many ways it reads ...
  • Karantonis, AC (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES), 2010-01)
    This paper undertakes a study using a series of correlation analysis to investigate the relationship between new residential construction and prices. It also investigates to see whether there are any common factors that ...
  • Ang, SL; Wilkinson, SJ (Emerald, 2008-01)
    Sustainable property development has increased in market share over the past two to three years globally and locally. This research aims to analyze the drivers and barriers to sustainable property development in Melbourne ...
  • Monden, M (Yale University Press, 2012-01)
    The history of Japanese 'Ivy style' is said to have begun with Kensuke Ishizu who was the 'architect' of Take Ivy, and a kind of Japanese version of Ralph Lauren. He founded the Ivy League-inspired clothing brand company ...
  • Janus 
    Barker, T; Haeusler, M (Smart Light / Vivid, )
    Researching advanced interactivity and solar power, the project created a 4x3m suspended pixel façade generated out of 191 grayscale-controlled solar powered light spheres arranged as a giant human face hanging above a ...
  • McNeil, PK (Berg, 2010-01)
    Dr. Toby Slade is Australian-trained, a Japanese speaker, and a lecturer in Tokyo where he teaches cultural theory. In some ways his career exemplifies the cross-disciplinary nature of fashion studies and its audiences ...
  • Dorst, K; Vermaas, P (Springer, 2005-01)
    Over the last 12 years, the design research group at the Key Centre for Computing at the University of Sydney has been developing an extensive model of designing, looking at designing as a process in which the concepts of ...
  • Luscombe, DO; Hughs, J (Historic Houses Trust, NSW, )
    Contract to provide a series of architectural models and flythough digital interactive displays to support the exhibition.
  • Pandolfo, B (Parcel, )
    The exhibition 'Conversation of Things New' curated by Heidi Dokulil and held at Object Gallery, St Margaret's Complex, Sydney, September 2-24, 2006, explored 'a unique collaborative process between some of Australia's ...
  • Macarthur John; Stead Naomi (NAi Publishers: OASE, 2006)
  • Mangioni, V (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2008-01)
    Just Terms Compensation in Australia is predicated on the principles of placing the dispossessed party in the same or similar position prior to the acquisition of their land. This compensation is based on various statutes ...
  • Campbell, L; Luscombe, DO (City of Liverpool, 2010-01)
    A development of Seniors Living at Austral NSW Kantarra is set amongst six acres of landscaped grounds. The research initiated a search for formal expression that would create an urban presence in this outer suburb of ...
  • Karakish 
    Robinson, TM (-, )
    This body of work can be situated within an emergent field of cross-disciplinary practice between design and art that employs conceptual and technical strategies from each in order to extend critical dialogue. More ...
  • Heijboer, M; Van Den Hoven, E (2008)
    The design and interaction of physical game artifacts is becoming increasingly important for the design of digital tabletop games. In this paper a study is described investigating the differences in interpretations of ...
  • Bakker, S; van den Hoven, E; Eggen, B (2012-05)
    In a world in which intelligent technologies are integrated in everyday objects and environments, users are at risk of being overburdened with information and interaction possibilities. Calm technology therefore aims at ...
  • McNeil, PK; Riello, G (alata-Verlag, 2009-01)
    This paper is the product of collaborative research with an economic historian (Riello). Of this paper, a reviewer commended it as: âaim [ing] to do something that fashion historians have both repeatedly aspired to and ...
  • Lace 
    Heffer, C (DAB DOCS, )
  • Lace 
    Heffer, C (ArtTech, )
    Inside Out is an international touring exhibition featuring forty-six miniature sculptures produced in resin using 3D printing technologies. Developments in virtual computer visualisation and integrated digital technologies ...
  • Heffer, C; Dorst, K; Shepherd, R; Williamson, L; Carnie, BW; Trouton, L (DAB DOCS, 2007-01)
  • Heffer, C (-, )
    Lace Narratives was a new collection of over seventy textile works exhibited as a solo exhibition at the Damien Minton Gallery Sydney. It also included an artist event and floor talk. The aim of the work was to challenge ...