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Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Auckland

Shaping a Home for place-based research - what are the priorities?

  • 5/04/2019 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Author: Editor
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Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Auckland

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SHAPING A HOME FOR PLACE-BASED RESEARCH
 
THE FIRST STEP: A RESEARCH STRATEGY
WHAT ARE THE PRIORITIES?

Download:

  1. Flyer with workstream information - you will be asked to select your top four topics
  2. Introduction to workshop pdf outlining Research Strategy, 2019 inception workshop for action, A knowledge hub and research strategy for landscape, the NZ landscape research strategy :: process

Taiao, whenua, rural landscapes, cities, urban places – together, landscapes in the widest sense - are in constant change.
The issues facing us in the present occupy the day-to-day realities of professional practitioners, academics and communities.
Research is a key aspect of modern practice to understand change and look to the future, to provide an evidence base for decision makers.
A Research Hub is our vision - a system, a network and a database to support and coordinate research about landscape change.
A Research Strategy is the first step, to set the priorities for research that will populate a Hub.
 
Guest lecture and introduction from
Dr Julian Bolleter, Deputy Director, Australian Urban Design Research Centre

Hosted and curated by 
L/ Landscape Foundation

In association with UDF, NZILA, Nga Aho

Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Wellington

Shaping a Home for place-based research - what are the priorities?

  • 8/04/2019 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Author: Editor
  • Number of views: 891
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Landscape Foundation Research Strategy research lecture and workshop, Wellington

REGISTRATION CLOSED
We are sorry but we have now closed off registration

taiao: whenua: kainga: taone
habitat: home: habitation: nature

SHAPING A HOME FOR PLACE-BASED RESEARCH
 
THE FIRST STEP: A RESEARCH STRATEGY
WHAT ARE THE PRIORITIES?

Download:

  1. Flyer with workstream information - you will be asked to select your top four topics
  2. Introduction to workshop pdf outlining Research Strategy, 2019 inception workshop for action, A knowledge hub and research strategy for landscape, the NZ landscape research strategy :: process

COST:  Free, but registration is essential
 

Taiao, whenua, rural landscapes, cities, urban places – together, landscapes in the widest sense - are in constant change.

The issues facing us in the present occupy the day-to-day realities of professional practitioners, academics and communities.
Research is a key aspect of modern practice to understand change and look to the future, to provide an evidence base for decision makers.
A Research Hub is our vision - a system, a network and a database to support and coordinate research about landscape change.
A Research Strategy is the first step, to set the priorities for research that will populate a Hub.
 
Guest lecture and introduction from
Dr Julian Bolleter, Deputy Director, Australian Urban Design Research Centre
 

Hosted and curated by 
L/ Landscape Foundation

Venue:
VUW Vivian Street LT1, Wellington

In association with UDF, NZILA, Nga Aho

UDF Urban Design Conversation

HLC walking tour and a presentation of Hobsonville research findings

  • 14/05/2019 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Author: Editor
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UDF Urban Design Conversation

Join Urban Design Forum for a walk and talking tour of HLC followed by a presentation of research findings undertaken on Hobsonville Point by researchers from the University of Auckland.

Hobsonville Point, like many large scale re-development projects world-wide, uses a range of urban planning tools such as urban design guideline documents and an independent expert urban design review panel to enhance the quality of the built environment outcomes achieved.  

Meet at 2:30pm at Pier 4, 139 Quay Street, Hobsonville Ferry to catch 2:40pm sailing to Hobsonville; or meet at 3:45pm at the Brick Works (corner of Hobsonville Point Drive and De Havilland Road.  Concludes at 5:30pm to catch 5:45pm return ferry to Auckland

Presenters: Hayley Fitchett: HLC & Dr Lee Beattie (University of Auckland)

Cost:
Free for UDF Members 
$20.00 non-members

Register here

 

The Housing Summit

  • 20/06/2018 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Author: Editor
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The Housing Summit
The New Zealand Green Building Council Housing Summit, featuring speakers including Housing Minister Phil Twyford, economist Shamubeel Eaqub, Matt Peterson, the first chief sustainability officer for the City of Los Angeles, chair of Climate Mayors and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, and many more international and national experts, will be held in Auckland on 20 June.

Auckland Conversations

Auckland Exposed? Truth, consequences and aspirations for a climate-ready city

  • 21/06/2018 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Author: Editor
  • Number of views: 263
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Auckland Conversations
Join international sustainability expert Matt Petersen and panellists as they discuss the challenges we face as a city to get climate ready - and what it could mean for us if we don't.
 
How climate-ready is Auckland? 

Women in Urbanism

Urbanistas share their ideas for Auckland

  • 21/06/2018 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Author: Editor
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Women in Urbanism
Urbanistas from Auckland Transport, Auckland Council, Beca and Aurecon talk about their research findings on:
 The all-important link between transport and Auckland’s future growth areas – what will this look like?
 Can gamification make walking, cycling and public transport as addictive as Pokemon Go?
 Dominion Road’s urban form for Light Rail Transit
 The role of planning regulation and Māori housing aspirations
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