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Set in stone
(AGM Publishing, 2009)
A tour of three significant memorial sites in Europe and an investigation of the potency of place and space in memorial design.
Increasing the critical mass : emphasising critique in studio teaching
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group., 2000)
Critique is an indispensable part of the design process, providing a crucial feedback loop to reflect and improve on the quality of design. While critique is a well-established practice in some design disciplines, for ...
Putting the frames in perspective
(AGM Publishing., 1999-11)
A critique of the Auckland Regional Council Natural Masterpiece Project, where the ARC is attempting to ' brand ' its parks with huge gilt frames. The frames are significant in the way they express a particular perspective on ...
Sensory deprivation: globalisation and the phenomenology of landscape architecture
(St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University Publishing House, 2007)
One of the most insidious influences of globalisation on landscape architecture is the hegemony of the visual. The dominance of visuality is nothing new, having been spawned during the Enlightenment, yet it has rapidly ...
GaLA : globalisation and landscape architecture conference, St Petersburg, Russia, June 3-6, 2007
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group., 2007-11)
Globalisation has both positive and negative effects on education and practice in landscape architecture, and was the central theme of a recent conference held at the St Petersburg State Forest Technical Academy. This is ...
Landscapes of memory : the varying presence of absence
(AGM Publishing., 2000-03)
This article explores landscapes which commemorate the death of ordinary individuals, rather than monumental tributes to heroes or historic events. The expression of the individual in death varies enormously, and reflects ...
Institutionalising the picturesque: the discourse of the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects
(Lincoln University, 1997)
Despite its origins in England two hundred years ago, the picturesque continues to influence landscape architectural practice in late twentieth-century New Zealand. The evidence for this is derived from a close reading of ...
(Lincoln University. Department of Landscape Architecture, 1995)
The picturesque has been compared to a language. This paper extends the metaphor to pidgins and creoles to make observations about the intermixing of design languages, namely between the conventions of the picturesque and ...
A tool for surveying The Landscape: report on work in progress
(Lincoln University. Department of Landscape Architecture, 1996)
A report on the study of the role of the picturesque in the professional journal, The Landscape, for evidence of the picturesque. The conventions of the picturesque are naturalised and taken for granted, reflecting Roland ...
Lincoln: a landmark year for landscape
(AGM Publishing, 2008)
2009 marks the achievement of two major milestones for the landscape architecture programme at Lincoln University. The first of these significant events is the celebration of 40 years of landscape architecture education ...