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Sense of placelessness on the Christchurch periphery post-earthquake
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes Christchurch is undergoing extensive development on the periphery of the city. This has been driven in part by the large numbers of people who have lost their homes. Prior to the ...
Urban comfort: adaptive capacity in post-earthquake Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2015)
The urban environment influences the way people live and shape their everyday lives, and microclimate sensitive design can enhance the use of urban streets and public spaces. Innovative approaches to urban microclimate ...
Christchurch Central City Revitalisation Plan: accommodating 30,000 residents into Christchurch's four avenues
Over the past few years Christchurch’s Central City has fallen into a decaying state. Many key retailers, commercial, industry and residential dwellers have moved to the outer suburbs. Creating multiple sub-centres and ...
Major Cycle Routes in Christchurch: Conflicts in Local Situations and Proposed Design-based Solutions
(Lincoln University, 2018-02-28)
The Christchurch City Council is currently developing a network of 13 major cycle routes, which link residential neighbourhoods, businesses, parks, schools and popular recreational destinations across Christchurch. As of ...
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 ...