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Vol 2 No 3 (2017)

Cover image: FESTA Festival of Transitional Architecture in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Cover image: FESTA Festival of Transitional Architecture in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Editors: Daniel K. Brown, Manfredo Manfredini, Peter McPherson, Annabel Pretty, Uwe Rieger, Mark Southcombe
Guest Editor: Colin Fournier
Managing Editor: Luisa Bravo
in colllaboration with AASA - Association fo Architecture Schools of Australasia

Published: 2017-11-30
Editorial
  • Critical thresholds. Traversing architectural pedagogy, research, and practice
    1-6
    Colin Fournier
Chapter I
  • Interdisciplinary and collaborative design at the core of inquiry and scholarly research
    7-10
    Daniel K. Brown, Mark Southcombe
  • Conflux of interest. Revealing multiple value systems in socially motivated collaborative university based projects
    11-20
    Cristina Cerulli
  • Designing for culturally-diverse communities. The role of collaborative, interdisciplinary design-led research
    21-30
    Jacqueline McIntosh, Bruno Marques
  • Solar Decathlon. Interdisciplinary and collaborative research competing on a world stage
    31-40
    Guy Marriage
  • A laboratory for design-directed research. Building design scholarship and academic possibility through designing
    41-52
    Mick Abbott, Jacky Bowring
  • Design dialogues. Ambiguity of “Design” within Architectural Studio
    53-62
    Annabel C. Pretty, Peter McPherson
Chapter II
  • Encountering the pedagogy of live and interactive architectural projects
    63-66
    Annabel C. Pretty, Peter McPherson
  • Design thinking models for architectural education
    67-72
    Bojan Tepavčević
  • Learning by Making. Long-term collaborations and socially productive outcomes
    73-84
    Richard Burnham, Louise Wallis
  • Academy-profession-market. Problematising tensions in the live project
    85-92
    Michael John Davis
  • Dynamics of bamboo design and build collaborations
    93-102
    Helen Norrie, Harriet Georgina Elliott, Philippa Grainger, Nici Long, Jed Long, Tracey Woods
  • Digital matter as interdisciplinary commodity
    103-110
    Uwe Rieger
  • The Augmented Meta-Public Space. Interpreting emerging transductive territories in enhanced centres of consumption
    111-128
    Manfredo Manfredini
Chapter III
  • Dynamics of territorial production in situated and community projects
    129-134
    Manfredo Manfredini, Uwe Rieger
  • The temporal and the temporary. Time, collaboration and architecture in post-quake Christchurch
    135-142
    Barnaby Bennett, Timothy John Moore
  • Architecture as a pathway to reconciliation in post-earthquake Christchurch
    143-156
    Simon Te Ari Prendergast, Daniel K. Brown
  • University praxis. On exchange between professional and academic practices in architectural education
    157-166
    Mark Southcombe, Andrew Charleson
  • Re-solved. Iterating design solutions by understanding failure
    167-176
    Peter McPherson, Annabel C. Pretty
Viewpoint
  • FESTA Festival of Transitional Architecture in Christchurch, New Zealand
    177-186
    Jessica Halliday
Bibliography
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