• Saving the home shop : the future of small earthquake prone buildings in New Zealand 

      Murphy, Chris (International Association for Housing Science (IAHS), 2014)
      The New Zealand Government is in the process of considering a law that would require all commercial, multi unit and multi-storey residential buildings upgraded and strengthened to a minimum of 35% or more of the New Building ...
    • Saving the past : new challenges for earthquake prone buildings in New Zealand 

      Murphy, Chris (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2015-12)
      The challenges facing heritage buildings in New Zealand will become all the more significant if legislation to strengthen building code requirements for these buildings is enacted. The strengthening proposals particularly ...
    • School Design and Energy Efficiency 

      Su, Bin (2011)
      Auckland has a temperate climate with comfortable warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. An Auckland school normally does not need air conditioning for cooling during the summer and only need heating during the winter. ...
    • Showcasing green urbanism on waterfronts: A comparative study of Porto Alegre and Auckland 

      Bogunovich, Dushko; Wagner, Cesar (International Federation for Housing and Planning, 2010)
      Porto Alegre and Auckland - being port cities on river estuaries, comparable in size and age, and sharing a number of morphological analogies - are similar enough to enable and justify a comparative analysis and evaluation ...
    • Smart city, resilient region : the case for smart resilience and Genoa as an international model 

      Bogunovich, Dushko (2015-06)
      Raffaele La Capria, in his novel, “Ferito a morte” which was awarded the Strega prize in 1961, already talked about Naples, his hometown, describing the transformations it was subject to, because of property speculation. The ...
    • Space and Culture Using Space Syntax for the Tenganan Pageringsingan Housing of Bali, Indonesia 

      Aryan, Ni Putu; Potangaroa, Regan (International Conference -Green Architecture for Sustainable Living and Environment, 2014)
      Is there a connection between space and the culture that it seemingly contains? Does the space define the culture, or does the culture define the space or is it some combination, working at perhaps different hierarchies? This ...
    • Spatial syntax analysis of tent layouts 

      Potangaroa, Regan; Chan, Tao (2010)
      Spatial Syntax is a set of concepts and techniques for the analysis of spatial configurations that were originally developed by Hillier and Hanson in the late 1980’s (Space Syntax, 2009). They were intended to be a tool ...
    • The spatial syntax of Iraqi refugee housing in Syria 

      Potangaroa, Regan; Chan, Tao (2010)
      Space Syntax developed from the work of Benedikt in 1979 and then Hillier and Hanson in 1984. Benedikt created visual maps within building plans by drawing the contours of equal visual areas calling the resulting map an ...
    • Sponge city : bring nature to the Chinese citiy 

      Bradbury, Matthew; Wang, Xinxin; Zhu., K (2016-11)
      通过四个项目:二个位于新西兰奥克兰,两 个位于中国,探索了当代城市防洪的方法。 这四个项目的分析均采用业内常用的方法: 汇水区分析、GIS分析和建设模式分析。但这几种 方法的综合运用产生了独特的削减和处理雨洪的 效果。 城市导致洪水加剧已成为共识,减缓城市洪 水的方法亦广为人知。绿色屋顶、雨水花园、植 草沟、湿地等均为在城区内削减洪水的方法。 但是这些对城市本身的设计有什么影响?传 统的城市由密集的建筑和基础设施组成。新城的 ...
    • Staging change : collectivism in the Cook Islands 

      Budgett, Jeanette; Dixon, Rod (2015-07)
      Discussions of architecture and performativity swing between the formal, technical and tectonic object to an architecture of ever-broader relationships. The object discussed in this paper, the Cook Islands mission chapel, ...
    • Structural quality control in the field 

      Potangaroa, Regan; Chang, Yan; Zuo, Kelvin; Wilkinson, Suzanne (2010)
      The quality control of structural elements for post disaster reconstruction in the field is problematic. Test facilities are often remote, training can be inadequate and the attitude of suppliers and contractors can be ...
    • Sustainable timber potential for Northland, New Zealand 

      Newman, Neil; Francis, Kerry (Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association, 2010)
      This paper explores the feasibility and potential use of locally grown timber alternatives to chemically treated Pinus radiata for domestic construction in the Northland region. Current and potential locally grown alternative ...
    • Te aranga Māori design principles : experiences in Tāmaki Makaurau 

      Hoskins, Raoul (2015-03-19)
      Kaupapa Māori cultural landscapes are essential to supporting and reinforcing cultural identity and connection to place’. * This presentation focuses on challenges and opportunities for local government, iwi and their ...
    • Teaching timber technology to architecture students : real buildings and digital technologies 

      Chapman, J.B.; Barrie, A.; Patel, Yusef (TuVerlag (Vienna, Austria), 2016-08)
      There are various reasons why architecture students should be involved in both the design and construction of small but full-size buildings. The projects described in this paper engage students in the full range of issues ...
    • Temperate Modernity: The Whangarei architecture of Alfred Morgan in the 1930s 

      Francis, Kerry (2006)
      This paper stems from my interest in how the ideas and forms of international modernism are translated to a local architectural context. In 2003 I was teaching the history of modernism to students studying for the National ...
    • To strengthen or demolish : the financial challenges facing unreinforced masonry buildings in New Zealand 

      Murphy, Chris (2018-04)
      Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city continues to be dogged by both the high cost and short supply of domestic housing. A combination of high immigration, high material costs, a lack of forward planning at both Governmental ...
    • Translation : Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand 2014 

      Schnoor, Christoph (SAHANZ and Unitec ePress, 2014-08-07)
      The 31st conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) has taken ‘Translation’ as its theme. The call for papers invited the contributors to explore translation, understood as the ...
    • Turning (back) to linguistics 

      Austin, Michael (SAHANZ and Unitec ePress, 2014-08)
      Linguistic analogies applied to architecture are currently not popular, but the conference theme evokes language and this paper uses the linguistic analogy in the hope that it might yield some insights into the difficult ...
    • Urban prototype : plywood architecture 

      Patel, Yusef; Chapman, J. B.; Dermott, M. (2015-12)
      The widespread availability of automated fabrication tools is rising dramatically. The pairing of CAD/CAM software and automated tools presents a shift in how the designer can take part in the manufacture process. This ...
    • Urbanisation : a Māori counter response 

      Hoskins, Raoul (2016-11-14)
      Te Pooti Marae remains as part of a previously much larger Māori settlement located on the right bank of the Whanganui - New Zealand’s longest navigable river * Home of the Ati Haunui a Paparangi tribe * The village ...