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Students in the wilderness
(AGM Publishing., 1999-07)
The relationship between wilderness and design and the landscape architect's role in that environment, was the underpinning theme of a field trip to Stewart Island involving Lincoln students and staff. One of the Lincoln ...
(AGM Publishing., 2000-07)
Bruno Gilmour, a landscape architecture student was introduced to critical regionalism philosophy through a design theory paper at Lincoln University. Bruno realised the potential for critical regionalism to bind his ...
Simple but complex
(AGM Publishing., 2002-07)
Memorials are often manifested in monuments. Landscape architecture, however, views environments as patterns. Rather than focusing on objects in space, as architecture often relates to landscape, landscape architects endeavor ...
Artscape in the Hearthcote Valley
(AGM Publishing., 2003-09)
The fusion of art and the ecological environmental ethos lies at the heart of Wendy Duggan's 2002 Major Design project at Lincoln University. In an attempt to restore the ecological health of the neglected Christchurch ...
Resuscitating dead space
(AGM Publishing, 2002-09)
The author comments on a student's major design project which focuses on the revitalisation of the Symonds Street Cemetery. Leigh Wilson's design project takes advantage of the unique cultural and physical site characteristic ...