• Back to earth : earth building in Aotearoa New Zealand 1945-65 

      Hall, Min (University of Sydney for Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), 2019-11-10)
      Earth was once widely used as a building material in Aotearoa New Zealand; it was an integral part of the vernacular architecture. Māori used earth in various ways and nineteenth century European settlers brought earthen ...
    • Bi-cultural architecture 

      Austin, Michael; Pedlow, Ginny (2015-07)
      Aotearoa/New Zealand is a bi-cultural country. There have been attempts to design buildings with this is mind, the most well known example being the National Museum (Te Papa). This contains pre-European Maori buildings, ...
    • Biculturalism in New Zealand correctional facilities 

      Laidlaw, Reagan; Schnoor, Christoph (2015-07)
      In New Zealand architecture, notions of biculturalism have been addressed in a slowly increasing manner over the past 30 years. But has architecture in New Zealand taken these notions seriously in institutions, such as ...
    • Decolonising landscape architecture education in Aotearoa New Zealand 

      Paul, Jackie; Bloomfield, Sibyl (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2020-11)
      Aotearoa is growing rapidly with expansive development occurring across the country as the creative and design industry responds to support the diverse needs of the growing population. This enables opportunities for emerging ...
    • Embedding digital technology into contemporary Māori and Pasifika architectural practice 

      Kaufusi, R.; Patel, Yusef; Potauaine, Semisi; Alexander-Tuinukuafe, R. (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2020-11-04)
      The research paper will review how designers and architects can utilise digital technology to produce culturally respectful Māori and Pasifika architectural outputs within a contemporary landscape. The purpose of the ...
    • Evaluating the application of Māori design principles to urban neighbourhood development projects to develop a Kaupapa Māori design framework and assessment tools 

      Kake, Bonnie Jade; Paul, Jackie (Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities (BBHTC), 2018)
      AIMS/PURPOSE: This paper discusses and evaluates the application of Te Aranga and other kaupapa Māori design principles (principles derived from a Māori worldview and incorporating Māori knowledge and values) to urban ...
    • Exploring frameworks for a history of earth building in Aotearoa New Zealand 

      Hall, Min (International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) c/o Leibniz University Hannover, 2020-09)
      Aotearoa New Zealand has a unique earth building heritage. For centuries, Māori used earth for floors and as a binder for fibrous walling materials. When settlers arrived in the nineteenth century, they brought earth ...
    • Less and more in Aotearoa New Zealand : more houses and less CO₂ emissions 

      Hall, Min (Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2017-12)
      The aim of this paper is to present the case for further research into using a broader range of bio‐based materials, specifically straw, for construction in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is predominantly a literature review ...
    • Te aranga Māori design principles : experiences in Tāmaki Makaurau 

      Hoskins, Raoul (2015-03-19)
      Kaupapa Māori cultural landscapes are essential to supporting and reinforcing cultural identity and connection to place’. * This presentation focuses on challenges and opportunities for local government, iwi and their ...

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