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

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  • Quartermain, Elvina (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    This research investigates the role of designed ecologies in the management of our ecosystems and natural resources. It argues that society has adopted a ‘protectionist’ approach toward the planning of our landscapes which ...
  • Gould, Samuel (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    Over the last half century, globalization has catalysed a new wave of urban expansion. Implications of this growth will further intensify the complexities of the urban metropolis, where transecting transit networks, ...
  • Pearce, William (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Since Olmstead envisioned Central Park, New York, the study of gardening has slowly become the Staple of landscape historians. Gardening practices can engage the body with aesthetic experience through plants and materiality; ...
  • Wallis, Stephanie (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    The desire to live close to the ocean often brings about settlement that sprawls along the beachfront, parallel to the coastline. This settlement structure is problematic as it diminishes the importance of community while ...
  • Bangs, Matthew (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Wellington has an underlying network of ‘leftover’ (Cupers and Miessen) spaces awaiting activation. Their potential is masked by the deterministic view cast upon them by the wider architectural discipline. However, there ...
  • Lark, Nathan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Questioning the Quarry, explores an alternative approach in rectifying spatial disconnection between the Kapiti Coast District and their industrial hinterland quarry. Quarrying remains one of the largest industries, ...
  • Northcott, Courtenay (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    How can the abstract idea of memory be represented through the discipline of landscape architecture? How could this be more specifically achieved within the man-made landscape, using materiality and time as tools within ...
  • Webber, Hayley (Victoria University of Wellington, 2020)
    Play is an act of discovery and stimulation. As children, we play to learn and grow. As adults, we play for freedom and to escape from reality. The action of play is a largely neglected aspect of peoples experience in urban ...
  • Gregory, Patrick (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    I consider atmosphere as a spatial layer of a site and as such, a critical aspect of how urban landscapes are experienced. In this way atmosphere is understood as more than a feeling or sense of connection to a place, thus ...
  • Burnett, Myren (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Urban Ensembles explores the way in which landscape and architecture can be employed together within the design of a steep, urban site. Lyttelton is a small port town on the border of Christchurch, settled in the foothills ...

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