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    • Further down the track 

      Pauling, Craig (2016)
      Research question: Can the restructuring of a traffic corridor in Auckland positively contribute towards resolving existing issues surrounding transport and density in the locality? Policies to allow Auckland to sprawl ...
    • Fusion of contemporary architecture with historic Persian elements 

      Mahdavi, Hanieh (2010)
      Iranian architecture has a complex relationship with the internationalist objectives of Modernism. Modernist concepts of universal architectural design, dependent on technologies that control internal environment and formal ...
    • Future courtyard 2050 

      Dai, Sheng Yu (2020)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the vernacular architectural typology of the courtyard be adapted in a way that makes a positive contribution to modern urban life in Beijing? ABSTRACT: Beijing has been the capital of China ...
    • Future living in Auckland's CBD 

      Lombard, Kyle Cameron (2011)
      This thesis addresses parts of the Auckland Central Business District (CBD) infrastructure that contain sites/land not living up to their potential, such as parking lots and abandoned land. These sites contribute to an ...
    • Future of the past : the place of adaptive reuse in revitalizing a historic church 

      Jayan, Kishan (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can adaptive reuse be applied to a historic church in Auckland CBD to protect the cultural and historical values of the building and improve community interaction? ABSTRACT: The importance of ...
    • Gateway : passenger experience and the airport terminal 

      Kumar, Ashneil (2013)
      Today, the design of airports - and their success - is conventionally measured by its efficiency; by its ability to manage the arrival and departure of planes on time for the minimum of passenger effort. Airports such as ...
    • Good luck, have fun 

      Luo, Jack (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the principles of Feng Shui be translated architecturally to a modern gaming facility? Electronic Sports or “eSports” is a form of competition that happens on the virtual stage with high ...
    • The Greenwood Effect 

      Kerby, Thomas (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can Auckland’s Greenwoods Corner be redeveloped as the active focus of a thriving and characterful suburban centre for Epsom? ABSTRACT: Auckland is a city experiencing rapid growth. With this ...
    • Hamo Te Rangi : design for a contemporary urban marae 

      Hutana, Steve (2011)
      How do urban marae(2) fulfil contemporary Maori urban needs? What processes do urban Maori engage to negotiate and plan for future needs? And how do designers and architects engage with these communities in culturally ...
    • Happy chappy healing house : how can the spaces and environments within a children’s hospital be designed to create hope? 

      Su, Rui (Suri) (2018)
      My father had two long years in hospital care before he passed away. passed away. He did not enjoy the environment of the hospital ward, or any part of his stay there. The poor design of the hospital itself had a negative ...
    • He kāinga rua : a home away from home 

      Ratana, Maia (2020)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can Māori students be better supported through purpose-built housing? SUB-QUESTIONS: How has colonisation impacted Māori education outcomes? What are the barriers and challenges Māori students ...
    • Healthy body, healthy mind : a sports facility on Auckland’s North Shore 

      Perrott-Hunt, Tyllah (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can sports facility architecture generate an improved quality of living and bring more value to the community? Obesity and mental illness are two major health issues in New Zealand today. These ...
    • The heart of a community: Belonging in architecture 

      Walmsley, Patrick (2020)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can architecture cultivate a sense of community through an integrated town centre typology? ABSTRACT: Architecture and the built environment provide a backdrop to our daily lives. If designed ...
    • High density housing 

      Zhang, Jinghua (2015)
      Under the process of urbanisation, more people settled in cities. This increasing population, along with demographic changes and purchase for investment, has broken the housing supply and demand balance. Meanwhile, without ...
    • Highly nurtured : child development in a high-rise typology 

      Mosley, Sarah (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can the high-rise typology be better designed to cater to the needs of young families and support the mental and physical health of both parents and children? ABSTRACT: Currently, the population ...
    • Holistic ecological design: Sustainable building practices striving to promote positive engagement with the environment 

      Todorov, Erik Tzvetomir Tihomir (2021)
      RESEARCH QUESTION How can urban housing development employ holistic ecological design techniques to positively engage with the environment and enhance sustainable building practices? ABSTRACT Humans cannot live without ...
    • Holistic health 

      Petterson, Kimberley (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can a holistic design process work to address the increasing needs of health, and inform the design of housing developments? ABSTRACT: Housing is a key determinant of health, directly affecting ...
    • Home away from home: A humanitarian project 

      de Silva, Achini Rosini (2021)
      RESEARCH QUESTION How can architecture improve living standards, and the quality of life, for children in Sri Lankan orphanages? ABSTRACT Orphans, because of their families tragic losses, lack of education and resources, ...
    • A home today, designed for tomorrow : a home which can be added onto, subtracted from, and adapted as our lives change over time 

      Kostiuk-Warren, J. Max (2015)
      This project asks the question: ‘How can the home be redefined, in the New Zealand context, to integrate a high level of adaptability into the design scheme once the initial construction of the home has been completed?’ This ...
    • Hope for an informal settlement 

      Mathew, Abein Prince (2021)
      RESEARCH QUESTION How can the slums of Dharavi be re-developed to maintain the current population density and social and cultural values of the community without a mass displacement of the dwellers? ABSTRACT With ...

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