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Browsing Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design Innovation · Te Wāhanga Waihanga-Hoahoa by Subject "Kapiti"

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  • Hope, William Arthur (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    Tourism in New Zealand is often about nature. On the Kapiti Coast, tourism is preoccupied with the island, but this research looks at possibilities of cultural tourism in Paraparaumu township: away from risks of coastal ...
  • Tan, Jason (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    A biosecurity centre on Kapiti Coast is required for checks on visitors venturing 5km out to the nationally significant nature reserve, Kapiti Island. The shorefront lacks a public building connecting to Kapiti Island. The ...
  • Leslie, Callum James (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    MacLean Park located on the Kapiti Coast has one of the most dynamic natural environments in the country. As tides rise, dunes shrink and grow and rivermouths shift over time, it can be difficult to perceive these environmental ...
  • Smith, Jessica (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    This thesis looks at how to engage with the existing ‘poiesis’ of the Kapiti region north of Wellington, to reveal the large scale ecological systems operating in this coastal landscape, making them legible at the human ...
  • Batchelor, Joseph (Victoria University of Wellington, 2020)
    Modern society has become ocular-centric as a result of technological development making the production and distribution of images easier than ever before. This ocular bias extends to architecture. Rather than resisting ...
  • Murray, Rachel (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    This thesis addresses the rapid environmental degradation and socioeconomic decline to which many of New Zealand's lowland regions have succumbed. In the last 150 years, it is estimated that 90% of the country’s indigenous ...
  • Prujean, Alexander (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    What we perceive to be wilderness is in fact just a product: a physical manifestation of the force of wildness. Attempting to manufacture wilderness while bypassing this primary element (the force of wilderness) is why ...

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