• The agent of change : architectural development scheme for the rural communities in Punjab, India 

      Bajwa, Jagdip Singh (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can architectural and infrastructural interventions in a rural village in the state of Punjab, India, be designed to assist economic growth, environmental sustainability and utilise local skills and ...
    • Architectural strategies in the education of the sciences 

      Kumaracheliyan, Shanker (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: How can architecture be designed to be more engaging in educating the fields of science and technology? How can this be done through architecture expression avoiding a repository response? ABST ...
    • The flexible housing : a variation responds to higher density planning 

      Liang, Yifeng (2017)
      ARCHITECTURAL QUESTION: How can prefabricated flexible housing adapt to the changing needs and increasing density of Auckland? ABSTRACT: Auckland currently has a rapidly increasing population and changing household ...
    • From village to “Village” 

      Zou, Yujie (Jason) (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the existing houses in the urban villages be upgraded in order to improve the living conditions and upward social movement of migrant workers in Chinese cities? This project investigates ...
    • The Kahoa Village : how can architects and architecture respond to New Zealand’s most pressing issue - homelessness? 

      Nimo, Losa (2019)
      This project investigates how architecture responds to New Zealand’s most pressing issue: homelessness. This project targets the underlying issues that those that are homeless are dealing with on a daily basis. It also ...
    • The move out 

      Jones, Campbell (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: Using Christchurch’s Southern Corridor, how can a transport oriented, multi-use interchange, positively respond to transport issues present in Christchurch’s greater urban growth, whilst refocusing ...
    • The Panmure Project : a programme for integrated co-working space within social housing 

      Vijayakumar, Yadharsh Yathin (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: How to design a social housing development with individuality, uniqueness and a strong sense of community? How can mixed-use development help social housing? How can architecture bring changes in the ...
    • 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 ...
    • Shaping density : how can high density form yield good urban places? 

      Roberts, Samuel (2018)
      PROJECT OUTLINE: Recently, the Government has purchased 29.3 hectares of Unitec Land within the Wairaka precinct. The proposed number of houses aimed to be built on this land has been described to be between 3000-4000 ...
    • Urban | Suburban :an investigation into the effects of transport and planning on Auckland’s built form 

      van der Westhuizen, Ryan (2017)
      Research question: How can Auckland intensify its local centres yet retain the characteristics that define it? The History of Auckland’s urban form has been defined by trends in planning and the way that we move around ...
    • Vertical sublime architecture 

      Hamilton, Tiffany (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the notion of the sublime be evoked within architecture to experience the vertical realm following the Christchurch earthquakes? ABSTRACT: The sublime was a philosophical movement that ...