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    • Cultured gentrification 

      Berlin, Jake (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can architecture and its associated public open space act as a mediator between development and the existing demographic to protect and foster culture during the process of gentrification? Throughout ...
    • Healthy body, healthy mind : a sports facility on Auckland’s North Shore 

      Perrott-Hunt, Tyllah (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can sports facility architecture generate an improved quality of living and bring more value to the community? Obesity and mental illness are two major health issues in New Zealand today. These ...
    • 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 ...
    • Passive climate control for high-density buildings in Doha : using passive design methods in reference to the cultural identity of Doha in a high-density mixed-use and residential development 

      Barazanchi, Haroun (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can passive climate control design methods be applied to a high-density mixed-use residential development to reflect cultural identity in hot-dry climate conditions? The recent interest in ...
    • The Pinnacle - science & innovation centre : Albany 

      Monian, Aida (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can architects create a momentum of creative thinking and smart business in New Zealand using architecture? The project aims to establish a new business hub to attract creative thinkers and boost ...
    • Redefining the prison : transitioning back to society 

      McSweeney, George (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the current New Zealand architectural prison typology evolve to facilitate the rehabilitation of prisoners by creating an open/closed community integrated prison to support reintegration? New ...
    • Intensive design building studio : a collaboration with industry 

      Campbell, G.; Patel, Yusef; McPherson, Peter (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA, 2018-11)
      The purpose of this paper is to explore a case study project between a timber supplier, industry body and an architecture school. The project, an installation stand, became a test to access how resilient junior architectural ...
    • Prefabrication : New Zealand’s golden ticket? 

      Mirus, A.; Patel, Yusef; McPherson, Peter (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2018-11)
      The construction industry within New Zealand is currently experiencing a boom and is the largest sector of the country’s infrastructure. Although substantial, the industry continues to suffer from inflated costs, ...
    • Models applied in stock market prediction : a literature survey 

      Dassanayake, Wajira; Ardekani, Iman; Sharifzadeh, Hamid (Unitec ePress, 2019-03-07)
      Stock market prices are intrinsically dynamic, volatile, highly sensitive, nonparametric, nonlinear and chaotic in nature, as they are influenced by a myriad of interrelated factors. As such, stock market time series ...
    • Relevance of Renaissance architectural theories today : together. 

      Jadresin-Milic, Renata; Pretty, Annabel (Cumulus International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media. Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, 2018-04)
      This paper will strive to identify and analyse the multiplicity of threaded knots which lurk under the surface of a mythologised Renaissance as characterised by monolithic classicism and untangling this to create a shared ...
    • A commemorative landscape in the Christchurch Residential Red Zone 

      Davis, Andrea (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can a post-disaster landscape commemorate the collective loss of place felt by communities after the Christchurch earthquakes? The Canterbury Earthquake Sequence (CES) occurred between September ...
    • Making transitional space in the contemporary city 

      Sharma, Janki (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can traditional urban space elements be used to enhance the design of transitional space in the contemporary city? The following research is an explorative study on “Transitional spaces” as a ...
    • Support Vector Machine (SVM) aggregation modelling for spatio-temporal air pollution analysis 

      Ali, Shahid (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: 1. Dealing with long term historical data of spatio-temporal is always challenging. SVM ensemble and other methods are used to handle long term historical data, but these methods result in slow ...
    • Ephemeral Crossroads: seven lamps, six years, seven lux-pavilions 

      Pretty, Annabel; Jadresin-Milic, Renata (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2018)
      Building materials in the modern era have assumed significance in architectural theory which they had not possessed in the past. The change was no doubt due to the multiplicity of materials, newly minted due to the innovative ...
    • Onehunga new waterfront reconnecting Onehunga suburb to their foreshore 

      Arief, Irawan Chandra (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: How did people in Onehunga get access to their waterfront? How might a new waterfront project integrate existing projects? The waterfront of each city is unique. The waterfront may become a tourist ...
    • Urbanize 

      Walsh, Tira (2018)
      Painter Tira Walsh remembers the introduction to technology in the school’s curriculum in the late 90’s. The intrigue in this manipulative tool for creating hybrid images combined with an engagement in a discussion of ...
    • Erysichthon 

      Tiongson, Gabriel (2018)
      I have always been attracted to the asymmetrical, the uncanny, the mutated, the deviation, and the odd. These preoccupations were made manifest through my drawing practice. Friends, family, and acquaintances would often ...
    • The appraisal of commitment to biculturalism 

      Keith, Caroline (2018)
      Teaching Standards have been an integral part of appraisal in New Zealand for nearly 20 years, however, there is a paucity of literature on teachers’ perspectives on professional standards and the nature of their use in ...
    • Experiences of a Learning Advisory Initiative : a practitioner research project in a South Auckland college 

      Liu-Asomua, Matalevai (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: What are student and teacher experiences of the learning advisory model? What recommendations can be made for the ongoing improvement of the college learning advisory model? This study set out ...
    • Women in fabrication : a platform for inclusive and diverse design 

      Couchman, A.; Patel, Yusef; McPherson, Peter (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2018-11)
      In New Zealand, over half of our architectural graduates are female but this number significantly drops within professional practice. The fact remains that industry is a male citadel whether in the realm of design or ...