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  • Sgro, DM (Japan Fashion Week Organization, )
    The collection of garments, titled 'Octopus's Garden, was developed for exhibition as part of the 1st SHINMAI Creator's Project Show, sponsored by the Japan Fashion Week Organization as part of the 8th Japan Fashion Week ...
  • Remoy, H; Wilkinson, SJ (Emerald, 2012-01)
    Purpose: The City of Melbourne seeks to retrofit 1,200 CBD properties by 2020 as part of the strategy to become carbon neutral, whilst Amsterdam aims to cut CO2 emissions 40 per cent by 2025. Oversupply in the Amsterdam ...
  • Forsythe, PJ (Beacon Pathway, 2010-01)
    The sustainable refurbishment of buildings is of increasing interest because existing building stock far outweighs new building stock in developed cities. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) represents a holistic means of measuring ...
  • Anderson, B (IDEA, 2012-01)
    If we are to agree that exterior environments program interior space or alternatively, interior space is a condition of the exterior environment then performance is the exterior condition that writes itself into the interior. ...
  • Fishman, E; Brennan, T (Planning and Transport Research Centre, 2010-01)
    Peak Oil and Climate Change present serious challenges to governments and planners. The sprawling auto based city, which is the model upon which Australian cities have grown is particularly unsuited to a situation of ...
  • McNeil, PK (Routledge, 2011-01)
    In 1989, Brisbane-based fashion designers Pam Easton and Lydia Pearson began to create from an Australian provincial city their range of garments that were deliberately nostalgic and feminine, with an air of knowing ...
  • Minnaert, F (Editions du Pavillon del'Arsenal, )
    The Pavillon de l'Arsenal is the centre for information, documentation and exhibition for urban planning and architecture of Paris. A remarkable temporary building was intended to mark the Batignolles location to showcase ...
  • McLaughlin, SM (Faculty of Design, Swinburne University, 2009-01)
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  • Harfield, S (Elsevier Science Ltd., 2007-01)
    This paper offers a speculative account of the way in which architectural design problems are 'solved', and of the significant ways in which such problems are constructed by the designers themselves. Deliberately retaining ...
  • Vermaas, P; Dorst, K (Elsevier Sci Ltd, 2007-01)
    In this paper we consider the Function-Behaviour-Structure model of designing in the version as developed by John Gero and collaborators. We identify two problems the absence of a stable definition of function, and the ...
  • Harfield, Stephen (Sheffield Hallam University (CD Rom), 2008)
    Variously used to describe a branch of knowledge, a system of rules of conduct or a method of practice, or a character trait associated with rigorous and controlled behaviour, the term a??disciplinea?? is both widespread ...
  • Harfield, S (University of New South Wales, 2007-01)
  • De Valence, G; Runeson, G (UTSePress, 2011-01)
    There has been an intense debate in the media and among academics on how the great financial crisis has affected the global economy, and how the effects have differed in different regions of the world. This survey was ...
  • Benjamin, AE (Monacelli Press, 2003-01)
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  • Hewett, BR; Burke, AJ (Architecture Australia, 2008-01)
    Speculative Tower Proposal by Ben Hewett and Anthony Burke (as Offshore Studio). Entered into Architecture Australia Unbuilt Awards 2008. Published in the journal of record for the Australian architectural profession ...
  • Perin, GJ (WIT Press, 2006-01)
  • Minnaert, F (Boral Pty Ltd, 2008-01)
    Boral Roofing's Design Award, A DIFFERENT PITCH, was created to promote innovative, conceptual residential projects that showcase the talents and expertise of Australian architects, and to encourage higher standards in ...
  • Lau, HY; Huang, SD; Dissanayake, G (IEEE, 2005-01-01)
  • Wilkinson, SJ; Ghosh, S; Page, L (RICS, 2013-01)
    The benefits of retrofitting existing buildings with vegetated roofs are environmental, economic and social. Economic benefits include lower construction costs, lower running costs, and reduced costs of borrowing whilst ...