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A landscape of paths: seeing, being, moving, making
(Lincoln University, 2015)
This thesis examines the relationship between walking, pathways and landscapes. It considers the use of walking as a tool for discovering landscape, the influence of pathways in engagement and questions the possibility ...
Passing time: a phenomenological approach to heritage design
(Lincoln University, 2005)
"It's a debate that's been bubbling among Akaroa's townsfolk for 130 years. Should the 4.9ha Garden of Tane (or the Domain, as it was known until 1986) be allowed to return to natives, or should it be restored, in part at ...