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Designer as subject: role play as a teaching strategy in undergraduate design education
(European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools, 1995)
Professional education is in a period of transition, with tension between academic initiatives and accreditation requirements, between academics and practitioners. A closer relationship benefits both groups; experiential ...
(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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Death, memory, text: reading the landscape of remembrance
(Lincoln University. Department of Landscape Architecture, 1996)
Victorian cemeteries are landscapes which can be 'read' both literally and metaphorically. In this paper, one particular Victorian cemetery, the Barbadoes St Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand is considered for the ...
A post occupancy evaluation of Victoria Square
(Lincoln University, 1991)
This study is an assessment of a major outdoor urban open space - Victoria Square in the Christchurch city centre. The development of public places in the city has been an integral part of the pattern of growth that has ...