• One size doesn’t fit all: teaching graphic design through a Moodle based ePortfolio

      Sinfield, D (Moodlemoot (Australia), 2013)
      What is becoming more and more alarming is the reduced amount of contact time we have with the students. We are seeing increased classroom numbers, and having to deliver the same content. With ever increasing budgetary ...
    • Out there: Whare and Fale performing abroad

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (University of Queensland Press, 2009)
      What was once classed as 'savage ornament', which could not possibly register as architecture, has today morphed into the stuff of 'iconic architecture'. From another perspective, what began as a whare tupuna or a fale ...
    • Panelbeating. Automotive landscape. Competition entry for Auckland Architecture Association Cavalier Bremworth awards '07

      Douglas, C; Douglas, L (AUT University, 2007)
      Carparks are not to be thought of as simply service-spaces. Large carparks typically have distant corners which are rarely used for parking. These spaces take on another life, serving a range of complex functions: kicking ...
    • Paradigm Shift: report on the new role of design in business and society

      Muratovski, G (Elsevier / Tongji University Press, 2015)
      As leading businesses and global organizations started gaining new understanding of the value of design, their internal culture and attitude towards design began to change. Financial companies and management consultancies ...
    • Perennially homeless: deconstruction—a disciplined non-belonging

      O'Connor, M (AUT University, 2008)
      In the context of the academy today, what is it to say that we belong in a perennial condition of translation? That is, a translation process across, and of course internal to, the borders of [its] disciplinary borders? ...
    • Pier 21 (interior design proposal)

      Young, E (Young and Richards, 2007)
      No abstract
    • Plan/Ditch: Topographic Inscription in an Early Colonial Capital

      Douglas, A (Interstices/Enigma: He Aupiki, 2015)
      Building on a distinction made by Anne Querrien in “The Metropolis and the Capital” (1986) between “two different ethical principles” and “two different modes of human distribution” associated with urban place, this paper ...
    • Planning for system innovation in product development teams of manufacturing companies: criteria development for a scenario method

      Gaziulusoy, I; Boyle, C; McDowall, R (New Zealand Society for Sustainability Engineering Science, 2008)
      Due to the complexity embedded in the socio-technical system and associated long planning periods, system innovation has become a research topic to remain mainly in the science and technology policies area and not much ...
    • Pool Complex, in making worlds

      Cullen, P (Auckland Art Gallery, 2007)
      Pool complex was made in 1994-1995 and was never exhibited before going into the collection of the Auckland Art Gallery. In common with many works I've made since the early 1990's it employed found furniture and dexion.
    • Pool Complex, in Making Worlds.

      Cullen, P (AUT University, 2007)
      Pool complex was made in 1994-1995 and was never exhibited before going into the collection of the Auckland Art Gallery. In common with many works I've made since the early 1990's it employed found furniture and dexion.
    • Porous ceramic filters through 3d printing

      Withell, AJ; Diegel, O; Grupp, I; Reay, S (Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development, 2011)
      This paper describes current and on-going work in adapting Z-Corp 3D printers to operate with low-cost ceramic materials. The components produced with these clay-based ceramic powders can be fired to produce strong, complex ...
    • Possibles and probables: playing with Carlaw Park scoreboard signs

      Valentine, J (The National Grid, 2006)
      No abstract
    • Post screen not displayed

      Charlton, J (Edicao, 2014)
      It seems that we are always waiting for screens. But what are we really waiting for? Treating the screen as an object of sculptural concern, this paper attempts to understand how inherent event-relationships might escape ...
    • Practice-based and material focused: a craft approach to teaching design intuition

      Inder, S; Reay, S (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design, Hong Kong Design Institute (member of VTC Group) and Hong Kong Design Centre, 2014)
      Successful collaborative design harmonizes diverse inputs from disciplines with often contrasting paradigms (Reay & Withell, 2013). Designers must respond to these challenges using both objective and subjective, quantitative ...
    • Practice-led Doctoral Research and the Nature of Immersive Methods

      Mortensen Steagall, M; Ings, W (Anhembi Morumbi University, 2018)
      Practice-led research enables art and design practitioners approaches to discovering, applying and communicating original knowledge that have direct implications for their practice. Since the 1980s, internationally, the ...
    • Prelude: Desiccations, the darkness of light's sweep

      O'Connor, MT (AUT University, 2010)
      In ‘The “Mechanics of Fluids’ Irigaray closes with a dis/location of a partial exile that exiles the ruling symbolic — a feminine language that ex-ists somewhere beyond comprehension. And to which in other parts of This ...
    • Previous Enrolments. Drawing as Collective Formation

      Douglas, C (Interstices, 2009)
      This paper explores the proposition that architectural drawing can be analysed as a collective formation, in a sense derived from sociologist Gabriel Tarde, who wrote of collective formations like crowds that individual ...
    • Provocative coincidences: the question as style's dissimulating face - writing beyond the aporias of the subject

      O'Connor, M (AUT University, 2006)
      Jacques Derrida’s text, Spurs: The Styles of Nietzsche is an interrogation of aspects of Nietzsche’s writings in reference to the question of “Woman.” And, we should not forget the complexity of engagements with quotation ...
    • Pur: desiccation of light's sweep

      Jackson, ML (University College London, 2011)
      In discussing Pierre Klossowski’s writings on Sade, Jane Gallop engages with what she cites as a “whirling quid pro quo” of turnings, which she nominates under the term “tergiversations” from the Latin vertere, “to turn” ...
    • Radical gestures: time’s matter for architecture

      Jackson, ML (Studies in Material Thinking Journal, 2011)
      Confronting the conservative in architecture is a timely and necessary agenda, a confrontation that aims to explore and expose the complex of forces that constitute the discipline, profession and teaching agencies of ...