Read about the theses of students who have completed their PhDs.
David’s research produces Smart Heritage Principles that converge smart technologies with heritage within local government strategic documents and operations.
The Space of Discursive Urbanism: Exploring informal settlement upgrading through a “perceptual bridging” approach to participatory design gaming.
Design principles for outdoor wind environment in urban areas.
Spaces for improvement in childbirth recovery care: A case study of postnatal room designs in hospitals.
Use of zero energy prefabricated Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) as a potential solution to the shortage of housing in New Zealand.
Architects’ perception of the implementation of environmentally sustainable design.
The role of architects in increasing the use of reclaimed and recycled building materials in New Zealand
A cross-disciplinary design tool for finding inspiration in nature: biomimetic energy efficient building design