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“Thickening the Light”: designing grounded experience in Christchurch’s Eastern Frame
(Lincoln University, 2014)
This thesis explores the recent movement in landscape architecture towards phenomenological design, and investigates what possibilities could be generated through a process which places primacy on embodied experience. The ...
Memorial design : considerations for Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2012)
In the wake of a series of devastating earthquakes, Christchurch, New Zealand is faced with a long, complicated mourning and memorialisation process. The initial intention of this research was to comparatively examine ...
Elegance in participatory design: Enabling design culture in landscape architecture
(Lincoln University, 2018)
The quality of public space is vital to livable cities. Yet livable cities also require empowered communities. This thesis asks: how is the landscape architect’s design expertise expressed as part of the public participation ...
Cultural identity and local narratives: the roles of landscape architecture and public art
(Lincoln University, 2017-03-10)
Landscape architecture and public art both have a role to play in the development of cities to make them meaningful. However, the way in which places become meaningful can be very different between these two types of ...