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Ordinary and Outstanding: A grounded investigation of associative values in landscape assessment
(Lincoln University, 2019)
Picturesque ideologies embedded in the Resource Management Act, 1991 have significantly influenced landscape assessment methodologies in New Zealand. Its influence has given overwhelming priority to the protection of ...
The big data analysis challenge for landscape architecture
(Wichmann Verlag, 2018)
Big data is growing in volume, variety, and velocity and is becoming more available and significant. Big data, if used as part of the design process by landscape architects, has the potential to broaden and inform site ...
Placing design, and designing’s place, in landscape architecture research
(School of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University, Canterbury, 2018-09-06)
In European-based discussions concerning landscape architecture research methods, there is strong advocacy for the term ‘research through designing’ and its acronym RTD (Lenzholzer et al, 2013). Given an agreed lack of ...
The island of lost objects
(ORO editions on behalf of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design, 2018)
I recently came across these documents during my research at the Royal Geographical Society in London. The papers detail the exploration of the enigmatic Island of Lost Objects. Located at 0.00°N 0.00°E, the island marks ...