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Designing wilderness as a phenomenological landscape: design-directed research within the context of the New Zealand conservation estate
(Lincoln University, 2008)
This research operates at both the meeting of wilderness and landscape, and also landscape architecture and design-directed research. It applies a phenomenological understanding of landscape to the New Zealand conservation ...
Practices of the wild: A rewilding of landscape architecture
(ORO editions on behalf of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design, 2015)
The wild, in the discipline of landscape architecture, has been on the outer. What is it about the wild – despite the deep landscape-centric dimensions found in its forms, ecologies, meanings, and cultural attachments – ...
Placing design, and designing’s place, in landscape architecture research
(School of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University, Canterbury, 2018-09-06)
In European-based discussions concerning landscape architecture research methods, there is strong advocacy for the term ‘research through designing’ and its acronym RTD (Lenzholzer et al, 2013). Given an agreed lack of ...
Conjectural ‘landscape cities’ and the gap of imagination
(School of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University, 2018-08-22)
This report discusses the results and layout of a design research studio focused on applying methods related to speculation and imagination. Three main findings are presented: a review of six methods that can direct ...
A laboratory for design-directed research. Building design scholarship and academic possibility through designing
(Queensland University of Technology, 2017-12-09)
Designing is an experimental practice. Eschewing traditional concepts of designing as simply solving problems, and ideas of research as a positivist pursuit of truth, Landscope DesignLab embraces an expansive perspective ...