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Design and representation in landscape architecture: imagining place
(Lincoln University, 2017-08-31)
This research explores designing through representation of place, focussing on the experiential dimensions of landscape architecture. The context for the research is two national parks, in very different geographic locations, ...
Designing experience of place for tourists: A case study of Chinese tour groups' visits to Lake Tekapo
(Lincoln University, 2018-02-27)
As China is becoming the second largest tourist market for New Zealand, there is a major opportunity for local areas to enhance the experience of Chinese visitors. Due to different cultural backgrounds, there are challenges ...
“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 ...
A landscape architecture of wetland design in the context of sea level rise in eastern Christchurch: A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 2019)
With sea level rise (SLR), coastal zones will be gradually inundated by sea water and that could significantly damage the existing ecosystem services and affect people’s daily life. To mitigate the adverse impacts from ...