• Community development in local food solutions 

      Stansfield, John; Frankland-Hutchinson, Amber (Unitec ePress, 2017-12-13)
      Food security and food provenance are becoming topical issues in a globalised food market and a climate-insecure world. New forms of accessing food are emerging and forgotten forms being rediscovered, disrupting increasingly ...
    • Gateway Pavilion : returning to conventional practice 

      Janus, A.; Contractor, R.; Patel, Yusef; McPherson, Peter (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2017-12)
      The design and production of architecture is being heavily influenced by software, both positively and negatively. On the one side, it can be seen to provide new design opportunities while on the other it can create ...
    • Kai Conscious Waiheke : a community development approach to food waste reduction 

      Jeffery, Dawn A.; Stansfield, John (Unitec ePress, 2015-05-01)
      Organic waste, particularly food waste, has been identified as a significant hazardous component of the waste to landfill stream. The waste represents an economic loss as well as an environmental pollutant, which is digested ...
    • Pavilions and parameters 

      Janus, Adrian (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: What role does the pavilion serve to the architectural discourse? [Specifically] • How can a parametric approach be used to develop a pavilion design? SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS: The research project ...
    • Report to The New Zealand School Trustees Association [Remote schools and their communities : what can we learn from the small island study. Report from school isolation research] 

      Stansfield, John (2015-05)
      Remoteness certainly does pose a challenge to our island schools, but just as we observe a resilience and “make do” opportunism in island communities we see this also in the schools. Participants spoke of building the ...
    • Spinning rubbish into gold 

      Stansfield, John (The University of Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland), 2018)
      Ki te kahore he whakakitenga ka ngaro te iwi "Without foresight or vision the people will be lost" In this case study I introduce a social enterprise in waste and recycling using community development methodology. The ...
    • Waste a resource for communities 

      Stansfield, John (2014)
      Waiheke County recycling Compulsory amalgamation to ACC End of recycling Beginning of resistance The Wananga on waste