• Chinese community centre design : explanatory document aimed at creating a better Auckland City to live in by the hand of the community 

      Zhu, Lijie (2016)
      Auckland in New Zealand is one of the famous liveable cities in the world. However, the city also faces some challenges such as housing problems, a poor transport system, inadequate health services and little immigrant ...
    • Dirty little secret : illuminating issues of wastefulness through architecture 

      Stephenson, Hannah (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can an architectural reinterpretation of Auckland’s waste infrastructure illuminate the wasteful nature of current waste management systems and disestablish common perceptions about waste? AIMS ...
    • Dirty old town 

      Ramsay, Kyle (2016)
      This research project set out to answer the question stated on page 6: can an architectural proposition provide a connection between a city’s iconic natural assets and enhance a real and metaphorical sense of place? To ...
    • Don't forget your roots 

      Beaton, Angus McDonald (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: Can architecture revitalise a struggling suburban town by building stronger communities through the encouragement of mixed-use buildings and walkability? ABSTRACT: Don’t forget your roots’ sets out ...
    • Kintsukuroi : natural lighting, tectonics and materiality 

      Patfield, Ethan William Corbett (2017)
      This project is an investigation of Japanese architectural characteristics and the ability to adapt them to the New Zealand context. The characteristics have been chosen due to their universal applications. They, in some ...
    • Opening up the river - connection & attraction : rediscovering the river in Hamilton 

      Santana Drago, Giordano (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: What fundamental urban design and architectural techniques can be applied to best provide a link between the Waikato River and Victoria Street in Hamilton? And how can they be applied? SCOPE & ...
    • Regeneration of Papatoetoe 

      Singh, Tajvir (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How does a town centre regeneration project use existing and new public open space to achieve identity and by this process re-establish its purpose as a local centre? ABSTRACT: With the increasing ...
    • Ruins for remembrance 

      Scott, Jordan (2017)
      There is no other building that signifies what it means to be from Christchurch more than the Christchurch Cathedral. It is the symbol of the city, a unique part of the ambitions and aspirations of the founding fathers and ...
    • Voids of war : an exploration of memorial culture & veteran support 

      Lawson, Sam (2016)
      Voids of War, is an examination of the human cost of war beyond the battle field. New Zealand subscribes to a rules based international order. Given that this order is under increasing pressure New Zealand’s continued and ...

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