• Disjunctive flows

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Newcastle University, 2007)
      A 2005 architectural call for papers asserted the sacrifice of absolute position for velocity, and the power of the flux of our times to sweep us into a time defined by its own flux. Earlier, Marc Augé wrote of airports ...
    • Distancing oneself

      Jackson, M (Fourth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities - 2006, 2006)
      In his translator’s introduction to Heidegger’s two-volume publication, Nietzsche, David Farrell Krell recounts that on its original German publication, the spine of the book simply had the two names Nietzsche/Heidegger, ...
    • Documind

      Ho, KT (UCD Clinton Institute for American Studies, 2006)
      This paper uses a series of photographs taken during the historical handover of Hong Kong in 1997 to suggest an alternate concept and approach in photography. Born and brought up as a Hongkongese and now working in a Western ...
    • Dominion Road: the shifting urbanscape

      Ho, KT (Photowhisper, 2011)
      The Dominion Road project is a photographic project proposed and developed by King Tong HO, the Chairman of Photowhisper Incorporated. Its intention is to explore the ongoing cultural activities on Dominion Road and, in ...
    • Dynamic geometries. Te Wero bridge as a pacific monument

      Young, E; Davis, M; Douglas, C; Ceelen, V; Stevens, B; Phuong, DK; Jones, W; Fordham, F; Xu, C; Chou, W; Neville, H (AUT University, 2007)
      Te Wero bridge re-interprets traditional notions of monumentality by projecting itself as a dynamic point of exchange. The bridge is a new kind of icon for Auckland. Positioned to articulate a subtle adjustment on the Quay ...
    • E Tu Ake - standing strong

      Robertson, N (AUT University, 2011)
      This exhibition was shown at Te Papa from 9 April to 26 June 2011. It will be on display at musée du quai Branly in Paris, France, from 4 October 2011 to 22 January 2012. Visit the quai Branly website Tino rangatiratanga ...
    • Echo

      Jackson, M (Colab, 2008)
      No abstract
    • Embracing the Tall Poppy: Overcoming Tradition in Customer Jewellery Design Preference

      Kennedy, J (ideasondesign, 2015)
      This case study examines the role that Tall Poppy Syndrome (TPS) plays within the New Zealand jewellery industry. One company's attempt to subvert tradition and encourage personalization of milestone jewellery such as ...
    • Emily place kindergarten. Competition entry for Auckland Architecture Association Cavalier Bremworth Awards 10

      Douglas, C; Douglas, L (AUT University, 2010)
      Auckland will densify, but Aucklanders are skeptical that quality of life can be maintained in a dense city. Proliferation of poor-quality city apartments has reinforced this skepticism. It is not enough to simply pack in ...
    • Engaging postgraduate students with business through design thinking experiential workshops

      Withell, AJ; Reay, S (Hong Kong Design Centre, 2011)
      It is essential that design education extends beyond the classroom to ensure that students are fully prepared to engage with other disciplines, such as business. Design Thinking has emerged as a key mechanism to engage ...
    • Engaging the Invisible

      Jowsey, S; Williams, M (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017)
      O-Tū-Kapua [what clouds see] is a Mixed Reality art-science project designed to stimulate young learners engagement with scientific concepts. Through complex, multidimensional narratives, this collaborative project has ...
    • Ergodesign: harmonising art and science methods and tools in evidence-based Human Centred System Research, Design and development

      Yap, BL (AUT University, 2011)
      This paper argues that current methods and tools for product, service and system design are becoming increasingly ineffective for solving complex design problems or for justifying opportunities in human-centred design. ...
    • Ethics of design

      Jackson, M (Otago Polytechnic, 2009)
      Michel Foucault’s last published monograph The Care of the Self, may be considered from the vantage point of how the question of ethics and aesthetics have been separated, or more precisely, how a self becomes a manifold ...
    • Eunoia S,M,L,XL: Modular light timber framed structural systems

      Young, E; Richards, E; Boardman, P (Eunoia Limited, 2008)
      Eunoia S,M,L,XL - Commissioned Practice based research project into modular light timber framed structural systems and their application to a range of five bach designs for the New Zealand market. Commissioned by Eunoia ...
    • Everyday inventions: effectively engaging students with human-centred, environmentally sustainable design

      Withell, A; Diegel, O; Reay, SD; Charlton, N (AUT University, 2010)
      It has become increasingly evident that the impacts of human development and production/consumption over the last half of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century are unsustainable in the long term. The ...
    • Exploring the feasibility of cradle to cradle (product) design: perspectives from New Zealand scientists

      Reay, SD; McCool, JP; Withell, A (Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE), 2011)
      This research project explores the feasibility of a Cradle to Cradle approach to sustainable product design in New Zealand. A framework for sustainable design was proposed by environmental chemist Michael Braungart and ...
    • Exploring the feasibility of cradle-to-cradle (product) design: perspectives from New Zealand scientists

      Reay, S; McCool, J; Withell, AJ (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2011)
      Abstract This research project explores the feasibility of a Cradle to Cradle approach to sustainable product design in New Zealand. A framework for sustainable design was proposed by environmental chemist Michael Braungart ...
    • Fale Samoa and Europe’s extended boundaries: performing place and identity

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Refiti, A (EAHN, 2012)
      British, German and American traders, bureaucrats and military, rubbed shoulders in Apia, Samoa as the nineteenth century came to a close. Amongst them, they settled their imperial rivalries by contract in 1899: Western ...
    • Food design thinking

      Zampollo, F (Universidad de los Andes, Facultad de Arquitectura y Diseño, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Frontiers of shame and repulsion

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Enigma, 2006)