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Browsing by Subject "landscape architecture"

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Browsing by Subject "landscape architecture"

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  • Challenger, Neil P.; Turoa Royal, P.; Garcia Tavaris, S.; Lough, J.; Gilchrist, Erica J.; Bruin, Christopher; Pyne, Laura (2011-07-03)
    The 48hr Design Challenge, run by the Christchurch City Council and held at Lincoln University, provided an opportunity for Council to gain inspiration from the design and architecture industry, while testing the draft ...
  • Gerard, Sara F. (University of Canterbury, 1984)
    A new alternative landuse, developed, and proven technically and economically feasible will create changes to the landscape. If the new landuse is widely accepted there will be widespread landscape changes – NEW LANDSCAPES. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bowring, Jacqueline; Egoz, Yael S.; Ignatieva, Maria (European Council Of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS), 2009)
    One of the challenges of contemporary landscape architecture is the globalisation of place. Nowhere is the threat of homogenisation more apparent than in places vulnerable to change, where the potential loss of heritage fabric ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bannatyne, Kay (University of Canterbury, 1984)
    The objectives of this dissertation are 1) to survey all landscape architecture periodical literature held in New Zealand, within a defined time period; 2) to evaluate this material, both at the level of individual articles ...
  • 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 ...
  • O'Connor, K.; Pocock, C.; Barthelmeh, Michael R.; Davis, Shannon (Lincoln University. LEaP, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2011-12)
    This study examines the ways in which the choice of hard materials in landscape projects affects the total level of CO₂ emissions from those projects. It aims to better inform landscape design and construction professionals ...
  • 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 ...
  • Williams, K. J. (Lincoln University, 2006)
    For a decade prior to the election of the Labour government in 1999, New Zealand public policy had largely neglected the significance of urban centres. This was despite the fact that over 85% of our population resides in ...
  • Farrow, Michael (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
    The coast is one of New Zealand's most diverse and exciting landscapes. Here, where sea meets land, a wide range of characters and habitats are created by the interaction between the two. Changes in season or weather bring ...
  • Mayer, Richard F. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
    The initial research topic for this dissertation began as an examination of the various drawing communication techniques and graphics that Landscape Architects use to communicate with the landscape construction industry. ...
  • Priest, Colleen (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
    The basic premise of this study is to investigate whether the essential elements which create the holistic image, landscape architects call "landscape character" can be communicated by the use of presentation graphics. ...
  • Challenger, Neil (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury., 1985)
    New Zealand is becoming increasingly marked by disputes over land use; the Motunui outfall, the Clyde dam, Manakau Harbour and the Waimairi landfill, are all disputes over what is the most appropriate use of land. These ...
  • Read, Marion (Lincoln University, Canterbury, 2005)
    This project has sought to answer the question 'How is landscape made?’ by examining the landscape of the Otago Peninsula on the east coast of the South Island of Aotearoa/New Zealand. By taking a social constructionist ...
  • O'Sullivan, Anna Maria (Lincoln University, 2017-03-10)
    Landscape architecture and public art both have a role to play in the development of cities to make them meaningful. However, the way in which places become meaningful can be very different between these two types of ...
  • Simon, Katrina M. (Lincoln University. Department of Landscape Architecture, 1996)
    Victorian cemeteries are landscapes which can be 'read' both literally and metaphorically. In this paper, one particular Victorian cemetery, the Barbadoes St Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand is considered for the ...
  • Hoversten, Mark E. (Lincoln University, 2013)
    The nature of decision-making within Alternative Futures landscape planning and how it shapes the planning process and outcomes is investigated. Alternative Futures is an increasingly widely used landscape planning technique ...
  • Edwards, Sion Berian (University of Canterbury, 1989)
    Deconstruction is a broad based phenomenon which is at once both a group of attitudes and a collection of theories which are concerned with exposing the condition of living in the contemporary world. As such, it has probably ...

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