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How people use temporary post-disaster open spaces: A study of three transitional community-initiated open spaces in central Christchurch, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, New Zealand, 2015-11)
The study contributes to a better understanding of utilisation and interaction patterns in post-disaster temporary urban open spaces. A series of devastating earthquakes caused large scale damage to Christchurch’s central ...
How community gardens may contribute to community resilience following an earthquake
The paper examines community benefits provided by an established community garden following a major earthquake and discusses possible implications for community garden planning and design in disaster-prone cities. Recent ...
Integrated Urban Grey and Green Infrastructures
(School of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University, 2017-11-23)
This special issue, ‘Integrated Urban Grey and Green Infrastructures’, of Landscape Review contributes to the advancement of conceptual and scientific methodologies of grey and green integrative studies at multiple spatial ...
The atmosphere of a street: Experimental fieldwork on urban ambiances
(EDP Sciences, 2019-08-26)
The paper discusses phenomenological fieldwork carried out by third- and fourth-year students enrolled in the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture programme at the School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University. It ...
Living in Paradox: A History of Urban Design across Kainga, Towns and Cities in New Zealand, Garth Falconer, Matakana: Blue Acres Press, 2015, ISBN: 978–0–473–30219–1 (paperback)
Reducing the incidence of skin cancer through landscape architecture design education
There is a high and growing incidence of skin cancer associated with overexposure to the sun. Most of a person’s exposure occurs during their first eighteen years of life. While many children are taught to wear hats and ...