• Creating a Third Place at Wai Te Whau

      Kolar Nagabhushan, Nikitha (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      This thesis investigates the potential for civic infrastructure to deliver more to local communities. As part of the Muddy Urbanism Research Lab 2021, this thesis uses the Te Whau pathway (currently under phased construction ...
    • An Intervening Opportunity – An Architecture in Solidarity With Non-human Others

      Laverty, Ilycia Nicol (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      An Intervening Opportunity: An architecture in solidarity with non-human others. As part of the Muddy Urbanism Lab, this thesis explores the potential of an architecture oriented to the more-than-human. It asks, “Is it ...
    • Living and Remaining The Adaptive Re-used Tannery Community Brings Us Together

      Zhang, Quanyin (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      In the context of the Muddy Urbanism Research Lab, this thesis explores how an architectural intervention can recognise the historical value of an industrial heritage building precinct. The design research takes an approach ...
    • Pause Through Shadow

      Cawte, Dylan Nicholas Houghton (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      This thesis seeks to explore if a multi-sensory building on the banks of Te Whau (the Whau) can have a profound influence in connecting people back to the awa (river). Through design making and testing I investigate various ...
    • The Urban Room: Threshold Placemaking at Te Wai te Whau

      Burgess, Rebecca (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      This design thesis project, The Urban Room, is sited alongside Te Wai te Whau (Te Whau Awa/river) on the corner of Delta Avenue and Stock Street in New Lynn, a suburb of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. The research investigates ...