Publications

MICK ABBOTT

Visualising a Temporal Cartography of Travel. In Geospatial Visualisation (pp. 3-17). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
2013

Identifying Transition Capacity for Agri-food Regimes: Application of the Multi-level Perspective for Strategic Mapping. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 1-21.
2013

Practices of the Wild: A Rewilding of Landscape Architecture. LA Plus Journal.
2015 (in press)

Design and innovation in our public conservation lands. In Design for Conservation Symposium and Workshop, Lincoln University, Christchurch, 6-7 Nov.
2013

The Product of Landscape’s Phenomenological Turn: Designing an Experience of Nature. ECLAS Conference 2014: Landscape: A Place of Cultivation, Porto, Portugal
2014

MICK ABBOTT, JACKY BOWRING

Design as method: the strengths of a lab-based approach in landscape architecture research. ECLAS Conference 2014: Landscape: A Place of Cultivation, Porto, Portugal, August
2014

MICK ABBOTT, SIMON LOCKREY, KARLI VERGHESE, & ERIC WALTON

Reducing environmental impacts at Antarctica NZ’s Scott Base. In Strategic Science in Antarctica, a joint Australian and New Zealand conference, Hobart, Australia, 24 – 26 June.
2013

JACKY BOWRING

Melancholy, Memories, and Six Nostalgias: Postquake Christchurch and the Problems of Recalling the Past. Change Over Time, Pennsylvania University Press
2013

On Loanwords and Calques: the Appropriation and Replication of Geomorphological Features in Gardens. Invited to present at Gardens at the Frontier: New Perspectives on Garden History Symposium, Hamilton Gardens, New Zealand
January 2014

Looking Backward: How the legacy of Christchurch’s past is playing a role in its future. Keynote presentation, UHPH_14: Landscapes and ecologies of urban and planning history, 12th conference of the Australasian Urban History / Planning History Group, VUW, Wellington
February 2014

Head and Heart: Remembering and Resilience in the Ruins of Christchurch. International Federation of Landscape Architects World Congress, Auckland
April 2013

JACKY BOWRING, SIMON SWAFFIELD

Shifting Landscapes in Between Times. Harvard Design Magazine, 36: 96-105
2013

 

THESES

Kate Blackburne (2014) “Landscape as tension: exploring the analytical and generative potential of a focus on tension in the landscape”

Nicki Copley (2014) “The role of landscape architecture in designing for urban transformations and adaption after disaster: a design-directed inquiry within the context of post-earthquake Christchurch”

Charlotte Murphy (2014) “’Thickening the Light’: designing grounded experience in Christchurch’s Eastern Frame”

Nicki Williams (2014) “Sense of placelessness on the Christchurch periphery post-earthquake”

 

CONFERENCES

2015 Under Construction Interstices Symposium: The Urban Thing
Charlotte Murphy, Jacky Bowring, Mick Abbott (2015, April 10-12). “Strange generation: doing the phenomenological within a disrupted urban thing – exploring the interface between a phenomenological design process and an immersive urban experience, in post-earthquake Christchurch.” Paper presented at Under Construction Interstices Symposium: The Urban Thing, Auckland.

ENGAGEMENT

 

STUDENT CLASS PROJECTS

2017

LASC 406: ISLAND

LASC 316: ISLAND

LASC 316: Encountering Water

LASC 218: Subdivision

2016

LASC 409: Eden Project
Developing key components of the project master plan, and exploring variations on its focus, form and overlaps, while proposing an innovative and resolved site design.

LASC 319: Landscape-cities

LASC 316: Arthur’s Pass National Park Experience

LASC 218: Subdivision

2015

LASC 409: Eden Project
Developing key components of the project master plan, and exploring variations on its focus, form and overlaps, while proposing an innovative and resolved site design.

LASC 316: Eden Project
Designing 5-7 adjacent cells in the core project area and proposing a themed, contrasting, compelling set of experiences around the project values.

LASC 215: Eden Project
Exploration the potential for of emotional systems in the Eden Project: systems which offer function and memorable experiences.

DESN 101: Eden Project
A project to capture the values and experience of the Eden Project in the development of a graphic identity, including signage concepts.
2014

LASC 322: Conservation Landscapes in the Mackenzie Basin
A project exploring the potential for new modes of conservation parks in the South Island’s high country.