Chapters Osterhaus W, `Im rechten Licht - Sehkomfort', in Buerogebaeude mit Zukunft (Cologne, Germany, TUEV-Verlag, 2005), March, pp. Storey J, Gjerde M, Charleson A, Pedersen M, `The report 6 the state of deconstruction in New Zealand', in Deconstruction and materials reuse-an international overview, edited by A Chini (Rotterdam, CIB and University of Florida, 2005), March, p. Taylor M, `Projected evolution: expanding self into the environs', in Review 05, edited by Andrew Wilson (Brisbane, Australia, Queensland University of Technology, 2005), pp. Wood P, `Watershed: of buildings and stories and elegant sheds', in Exquisite apart: 100 years of architecture in New Zealand, edited by Charles Walker (Auckland, New Zealand, Balasoglou Books/New Zealand Institute of Architects, 2005), pp. Articles Osterhaus W, `Discomfort glare assessment and prevention for daylight applications on office environments', Solar Energy, 79, 2, December (2005), pp. Taylor M, Preston J, `Interior bowers: dormant wilderness in nineteenth century boudoirs', IDEA Journal, 4 (2005), pp. Thomas G, `New Zealand Building Code and fire safety (In Japanese)', Journal of the Japan Association for Fire Science and Engineering, 55, 3 (2005), pp. Wood P, `A woman asks her psychiatrist, `My husband only seems to want to use the dining room table for sex. ' The psychiatrist responds, `I would stop eating in bed'', Tracey (Contemporary Drawing Research): Loughborough University School of Art and Design (2005), pp. 44-52.2Staff and Student Research 2005 Published Conference Papers Baird G, `Responses to Sustainable Design - user perceptions of eight academic and library buildings', Proceedings of SB05 - The World Sustainable Building Conference, edited by S Murakami & T Yashiro (Tokyo, SB05 Tokyo National Conference Board, 2005). Baird G, Stephenson I, Christie L, `Environmental Design and Performance of the Paraparaumu Public Library', Proceedings of the Annual IRHACE Technical Conference (Auckland, Institute of Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers of New Zealand, 2005), pp. Charleson A, French M, `Improving seismic safety of adobe construction with used car-tyre strips: preliminary investigations', Proceedings of the conference of the NZ Society for Earthquake Engineering, 11-13 March 2005 (2005), Paper 32. Marriage G, `Louis Hay: a celebration of lost work', Celebration: SAHANZ 2005 - Proceedings of the 22nd annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (2005), pp. Marriage G, `No free Love: the dearth of media output from the Architectural Centre in the swinging sixties', `...about as austere as a Dior gown...' New Zealand Architecture, the 1960s: a one day symposium (2005), pp. Osterhaus W, Davies M, Raynham P, Curtis S, `A different toolbox for glare studies - can new techniques improve our understanding of glare?
Coyne-Jensen C, `Tallum: a search for the authenticity of the ground', XXIInd annual S. ', Lighting for humans (Berlin, Germany, 2005), LUX Europa, p. Osterhaus W, Madsen M, `Exploring simple assessment methods for lighting quality with architecture and design students', `Fabricating Sustainability', proceedings of the 39th annual conference of the Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZASc A) (Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington, 2005).
VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTONVICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTONStaff and Student Research 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTSFaculty of Architecture and Design Architecture Design Faculty of Commerce and Administration Accounting and Commercial Law Economics and Finance Government Information Management Management Marketing and International Business Faculty of Education Early Childhood Teacher Education Education Faculty Office Education Studies Primary and Secondary Teacher Education Te Kura Maori Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Art History, Classics and Religious Studies Asian and European Languages and Cultures English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations Linguistics and Applied Language Studies Maori Studies (Te Kawa a Mäui) Music Nursing, Midwifery and Health Social and Cultural Studies Va'aomanü Pasifika Faculty of Law Law Faculty of Science Biological Sciences Chemical and Physical Sciences Earth Sciences Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Psychology Centres and Institutes International Institute of Modern Letters Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation Stout Research Centre Treaty of Waitangi Research Unit University Teaching Development Centre 2 2 9 14 14 25 33 45 54 67 76 76 79 79 92 97 98 98 108 115 124 135 149 150 157 166 174 177 177 192 192 214 231 249 261 274 274 279 280 280 281Staff and Student Research 20051 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNARCHITECTUREBooks and Scholarly Editions Charleson A, Structure as architecture (Oxford, Architectural Press, Elsevier, 2005), 228pp.
Coyne-Jensen C, Danish designers: Knud Holscher (Kobenhavn K, Aschehoug Danish Publishing House Inc., (in collaboration with Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2005), 84pp. conference (Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand) held in Napier, New Zealand, 24-27 September 2005, edited by Andrew Leach and Gill Matthewson (2005), pp. Gjerde M, `Precast concrete as a sustainable cladding solution in New Zealand', Concrete structures: the challenge of creativity (Avignon, France, 2004), April, pp. Gray J, `Managing a cold damp house', Contexts of Architecture: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZASc A, edited by Z Bromberek (2004).
Mc Indoe G, Chapman R, Mc Donald C, Holden G, Howden-Chapman P, Bray Sharpin A, The value of urban design.
Hand J, Donn M, Crawley D, Lawrie L, `Improving the data available to simulation programs', in Proceedings of International Building Performance Simulation Association biennial conference (2005).(Abs).4Staff and Student Research 2005 Heron D W, Thomas G, Cousins W, Lukovic B, Schmid R, `Fire follows earthquake in urban areas - GIS modelling in New Zealand', 29th annual hazards research and applications workshop (Boulder, Colorado, USA, July 2004). Keith-Brown J, `Living stone architecture', New Zealand Architecture, January (2005), p. Marriage G, `Doing each other's thing', Architecture New Zealand, Jan/Feb (2005), pp. Marriage G, `Going downtown', Architecture New Zealand, Sept/Oct (2005), pp. Marriage G, `Place, spirit, and getting the layers right - a review of architectus Auckland's design for a NZIA supreme award winning residential project', Indesign, 21 (2005), pp. Marriage G, `Westwood ho, a review of Jasmax design for Westpac', Indesign Magazine, 16 (2004), pp. Osterhaus W, Daylighting buildings for the 21st century: summary document for the project literature database (International Energy Agency SHC Task 31 Research Project, 2004), 8pp. Wood P, `Half-baked: eating architecture', Architecture New Zealand (Sept/Oct), 5 (2004), pp. Wood P, `Naki ornamentalism', Architecture New Zealand (July/Aug), 4 (2005), pp. Wood P, `Review: `Rethinking Australian Architecture'', Cross Section: NZIA News (September) (2005), pp. Wood P, `The quiet hunter', Architecture New Zealand (May/June), 3 (2005), pp. Wood P, `Review of Durand, Durand', Architecture New Zealand, 4 (2005), p. Wood P, `Review of Situational morality', Architecture New Zealand, 3, May/June (2004), pp. Wood P, `Review of The art of making `, Cross Section: NZIA News (July) (2004), pp. Reports Ashdown I, Bedocs L, Carroll W, De Boer J, Dehoff P, Donn M, Erhorn H, Escaffre L, Fontoynont M, Greenup P, Hirata M, Jongewaard M, Koga Y, Koster J, Lillelien E, Maamari F, Mardaljevic J, Mitanchey R, Pezzana S, Slater A, Stockmar A, Tsangrassoulis A, Uetani Y, Zonneveldt L, Test cases to assess the accuracy of lighting computer programs (Wien, Commission International d'Eclairage (CIE) Technical Committee TC3.33, 2005), 99pp.Wood P, `Poles apart: a reading of New Zealand's suburban lanscape in the 1960s', Celebration: XXII annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, SAHANZ, edited by Andrew Lach and Gill Matthewson (2005), pp. Other Academic Publications Cook D, Gjerde M, Kirby A, Norgate K, NPCAA/CIA precast concrete handbook & commentary for New Zealand users (Wellington, Precast New Zealand & CCANZ, 2004), March, 105pp.Gjerde M, Information bulletin (IB) 18: concrete finishes (Wellington, Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand, 2005).
Staff and Student Research 20053 Reich E, Charleson A, `Potential seismic resistant strategies from other fields', Proceedings of the conference of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 11-13 March (2005), Paper 42.Skinner R, `'...scarcely suitable as standards on which to found our national taste', `we have no style...' New Zealand Architecture 1900-1918: a one day symposium, edited by Christine Mc Carthy (Wellington, New Zealand, Centre for Building Performance research, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Victoria University, 2004), pp. Skinner R, `Celebrating the Lord's Supper at Orona', Celebration: XXIIth annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, edited by Andrew Leach and Gill Matthewson (Napier, New Zealand, Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 2005), pp. Southcombe M, Pettigrew W, `European fruit; Tikitiki, A treaty signatories house', Celebration 2005 conference, Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (2005), pp. Storey J, `Only 100% is good enough', Sustainable building conference 2005 (Tokyo, Japan, 2005), p. Thomas G, `Fire-Fighting and Rescue Operations after Earthquakes - Lessons from Japan', New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Annual Conference (Wairakei, NZSEE, 2005). Thomas G, Cousins W J, Heron D W, `Post-earthquake fire and the 1855 Wairarapa earthquake', Proceedings, Wairarapa Sesquicentennial symposium, 8-10 September 2005, Te Papa, compiled by J Townend, R Langridge, A Jones (Wellington, Greater Wellington Regional Council, 2005), pp. Walden R, `Dynamism in Architecture: Calatrava's Wings over Milwaukee Art Museum', Proceedings of International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Hawaii, January 1316 (2005).