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Designing wilderness as a phenomenological landscape: design-directed research within the context of the New Zealand conservation estate
(Lincoln University, 2008)
This research operates at both the meeting of wilderness and landscape, and also landscape architecture and design-directed research. It applies a phenomenological understanding of landscape to the New Zealand conservation ...
Challenges for central government urban design policy initiatives (1999-2006) : a Christchurch case study
(Lincoln University, 2006)
For a decade prior to the election of the Labour government in 1999, New Zealand public policy had largely neglected the significance of urban centres. This was despite the fact that over 85% of our population resides in ...
Passing time: a phenomenological approach to heritage design
(Lincoln University, 2005)
"It's a debate that's been bubbling among Akaroa's townsfolk for 130 years. Should the 4.9ha Garden of Tane (or the Domain, as it was known until 1986) be allowed to return to natives, or should it be restored, in part at ...
The application of geographical information systems in the planning and design of sustainable neighbourhood development
(Lincoln University, 2003)
The term 'sustainable landscape' is a derivative of the phrase 'sustainable development' which was coined by the World Commission on Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commission) in 1987. Both terms are however ...