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  • Smith, Paula J. M. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
    Almost all landscapes can be considered cultural landscapes. Set within the context of the wider cultural landscape, occur locations where evidence of the past is more apparent than elsewhere, labelled historic ...
  • Akaroa 
    Foster, Judi (University of Canterbury, 1981)
    The township of Akaroa is located on the eastern shores of Akaroa harbour which forms part of Banks Peninsula, a little over 8 kilometres from the headlands and almost 7 kilometres from the head of the harbour. It is reached ...
  • Steven, M. L. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1975)
    Arthur's Pass village is an alpine settlement situated on terraces of the Bealey River in the upper reaches of the Bealey Valley. A unique village in a unique setting, but Arthur's Pass is becoming increasingly subject to ...
  • Myles, Jeffrey J. (Lincoln University, 2003)
    The term 'sustainable landscape' is a derivative of the phrase 'sustainable development' which was coined by the World Commission on Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commission) in 1987. Both terms are however ...
  • Muir, Alison (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)
    The Brief: To carry out a visual appraisal of the use of man-made or modified components in the rural landscape. A comparison is to be made between the use of these components on the plains landscape and in the foothills. ...
  • Emmitt, T. C. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1973)
    With the development of the Mackenzie Basin for hydro-electric power, there has become an increasing demand on the Tekapo region for recreation. This study is to outline the landscape problems associated with the recreational ...
  • Pharazyn, Conrad (University of Canterbury, 1982)
    The Aramoana smelter issue can be seen simply as a debate on wise land use and in this sense it is an issue of very real interest to landscape architecture. In this study I examine one aspect of this issue - the graphic, ...
  • Dawson, Roger (Lincoln University, Canterbury, 2008-07-22)
    Lincoln University has developed an institutional repository to collect, organise and provide access to digital formats of research outputs and scholarly work. The Lincoln University Research Archive has been established ...
  • Angelo, M. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
    The objectives of this dissertation are to help: Make clear the essential contribution of the trends of contemporary sculpture in the landscape. Develop an understanding of the trends of contemporary sculpture in the ...
  • Egoz, Shelley (AGM Publishing., 2003-09)
    The fusion of art and the ecological environmental ethos lies at the heart of Wendy Duggan's 2002 Major Design project at Lincoln University. In an attempt to restore the ecological health of the neglected Christchurch ...
  • Briggs, Liz (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
    There seems to be a resurgence of interest in the use of atria in large scale commercial buildings. Several recent prestigious buildings such as the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank in Hongkong, the World Financial Centre in New ...
  • Watson, R. T. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
    Major design project - Survey of Auchenflower area, Canterbury NZ. 8 Maps with notes.
  • Menzies, Annabel (University of Canterbury, 1980)
    This study looks at environmental improvement in respect to a specific area of residential housing, the Avon Loop. As part of the attempt to achieve a more holistic approach, not only the physical factors are studied but ...
  • Pryor, R. J. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
    The Avon River is Christchurch’s central landscape feature. Water is potentially exciting, refreshing and organic and can meet many human psychological needs in the synthetic city. As a natural feature in a landscape largely ...
  • Bangor 
    Bromley, N. T. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
    To undertake a study of the regional landscape of which the property 'Bangor' is an integral part, in terms of it agricultural, physical, historical, recreational and visual resources. To study the compatibility of farm ...
  • Empson, N. S. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
    This is a design project, and it follows a design discipline as stringent as any science the difference is the kind of answer required, which dictates the kind of question to be asked. Whereas a scientist may gather only ...
  • Porteous, Tim (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
    Brooklands Lagoon lies 15 kilometres north-east of Christchurch at the mouth of the Waimakariri River. The study area is bounded by Lower Styx Road to the west, Heyders Road and Spencer Park to the south, Pegasus Bay to ...
  • Mahony, S. O. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1976)
    The following report is the result of a study of Burwood Hospital, Christchurch. The study concerned itself with the hospital buildings, the grounds in which they are situated, the landscape surrounding them and (in a ...
  • Darby, John (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
    The Canterbury Mountainland is an important regional resource. Its value is not due to is productive capabilities but its aesthetic and ecological qualities contained within. The mountain environment offers a diverse ...
  • He, Yuqing (Lincoln University, 2017-02-20)
    Heritage and landscape are two important aspects of individual life and broad collective memory and identity. And when heritage and landscape join together, they become an even richer field of investigation. Heritage ...

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