Conference Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28 Nov 2017: Welcome Drinks

15:00  Registration Opens-Faculty Office-Te Aro

18:00  Welcome Drinks - Southern Cross

 

29 Nov 2017: Full day conference, Keynote 1,  The past 50 Years; Welcome Reception

08:50  Welcome/Opening- Assemble at Waharoa (Carved Gateway)- Gate will close at 8:50 am

 

09:00  Pōwhiri - Te Herenga Waka Marae

 

09:20  Kōrero on Wharenui

 

09:30  Keynote 1

 

10:30  Morning Tea Break 

 

10:50  Bus to Te Aro Campus

 

11:20 Session 1A and Session 1B

 

13:00 Lunch 

 

14:00 Session 2A and Session 2B

 

15:40  Afternoon Tea Break 

 

16:00 Session 3A and Session 3B

 

18:00  Bus to Kelburn

 

18:15  Welcome Reception - Adam Gallery

 

30 Nov 2017: Full day conference, Keynote 2, The next 50 Years; Conference Dinner

09:00  Registration Open

 

09:30  Keynote 2

 

10:30  Morning Tea Break 

 

11:20 Session 4A and Session 4B

 

13:00 Lunch 

 

14:00 Session 5A and Session 5B

 

15:40 Afternoon Tea Break

 

16:00 Session 6A and Session 6B

 

18:00  Bus to Dinner

 

18:15  Conference Dinner - Wharewaka Function Centre

 

01 Dec 2017: 3/4 day conference, Keynote 3, AGM, Awards

08:30  Registration Open

09:00  Session 7A and Session 7B

 

10:40 Morning Tea Break

 

11:00 Session 8A and Session 8B

 

12:40 Lunch 

 

13:40 keynote 3

 

14:40 AGM/Award/Closing

 

15:00  Afternoon Tea Break  

 

02 Dec 2017:Architectural Science Conference Tour

10:00  tbc

 

 

Keynote Speakers

Program Schedule: Download here:
 
 
 
 
 

Proceedings: Download here (61MB)

 

 
 
 
 
On 29th November at 8:50 AM, the conference will be officially opened at Te Herenga Waka Maraein 46 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn.
The gate will close sharply at 8:50 AM. So, we cordially request you to present your kind self punctually at the Waharoa, the Carved Gateway.
 
Please note the program is subject to change and should be checked before your arrival to the conference.

Jerome is Sustainability Manager and Associate Principle at Jasmax as well as Chair of Living Futures Aotearoa NZ. His role is pathfinder for transformational change in the design and construction sector. Jerome’s 25 years professional practice in ‘green’ design, eco-education and construction has helped create many of the leading edge green projects in NZ. By helping others see potential beyond the brief, he works to ensure the project vision is shared and future ready so as to actively engage all stakeholders to achieve high performance projects and intergenerational social and ecological value. There are significant challenges to shifting project process from silos to whole system thinking, so Jerome has been developing an Integrated Design process at Jasmax which helps manage the complexity and drivers of people, culture and living systems, as a whole. Jerome’s successful projects include; bringing The Living Building Challenge to Aotearoa, helping create Te Kura Whare HQ Certified ‘Living’ Building for Tuhoe iwi, Net Zero Energy Pegasus School, Eden Park Stadium, ARA’s new Kahukura, Jasmax GRI and JEMS reporting for our ISO14001 system. As Chair of Living Future NZ Jerome aims to build consensus and purpose through education, sharing and inspiration to help effect deep changes in our relationships between people and nature, to encourage the transformation our industry as a creator of  ‘good’ so we can continue to live on this beautiful planet for generations ahead.

Anica Landreneau

Based in Washington, D.C., Anica Landreneau, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, leads the sustainable discipline and consultancy practice at HOK. She is a member of the firm’s board of directors and design board.Anica works to make Washington, D.C., one of the world’s greenest cities by supporting the District in green building policy development and implementation. She has authored several green building project management, design, operations and permitting guidelines for the District. Anica is serving her second term on the District of Columbia Green and Energy Codes TAG, authoring high-performance building codes, and is in her second term on the Mayor’s Green Building Advisory Council. Anica serves on the Consultative Council for the National Institute of Building Sciences and leads HOK’s partnerships with the AIA Design and Health Research Consortium, as well as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) EDGE green building program. In collaboration with the U.S. General Services Administration, Anica co-authored The New Sustainable Frontier: Principles of Sustainable Development. She also wrote the Sustainable Urban Planning Guidelines for New Growth in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Saudi Arabian government.

Russell Loveridge

Russell Loveridge is Managing Director of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) in Digital Fabrication. He studied civil engineering and architecture, completed his professional degree in Toronto, his MAS Diploma in Architecture at the ETH Zurich, and obtained his doctorate at the EPF Lausanne. He has worked professionally in construction and architecture, but also has extensive experience academics and was previously the Research Director at the Laboratory for Architectural Production (LAPA) at the EPFL. His research investigates advanced fabrication methods, intelligent use of materials, and novel construction techniques, all with a specific interest on how these emerging technologies affect processes of design. In his role within the NCCR Digital Fabrication, he and his team at ETH Zurich are responsible for one of the largest and most advanced research consortiums worldwide that focuses on changing the way we design and build.

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Conference Papers

 

3       BOLER’S PEDAGOGY OF DISCOMFORT: EXAMINING A TURN OF THE CENTURY IDEA FOR CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION

4       THE IMPACTS OF SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL CONTEXT ON NEIGHBOURHOOD SATISFACTION IN THE SUBURBS

5       LEARNING TRADITION TO FOSTER PROGRESS

6       RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FLUORESCENT BIOLOGICAL AEROSOL PARTICLES

9       REGENERATIVE DEVELOPMENT: WHAT IS IT, HOW DOES IT SUPPORT INNOVATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND HOW CAN IT LEAD TO A SUSTAINABLE AND THRIVING FUTURE

10     WHITHER DESIGN THEORY AND METHODS?

16     ENABLING AUTOMATED COMPLIANCE AUDIT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

20     TOWARDS APPRECIATING THE IMPORTANCE OF WINDOWSCAPES: G7 EVALUATION AND SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT

22     SENSORY PLEASURE OF INTERIORITY: FINDING TRANSDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH LANGUAGE FOR COMPLEX INDOOR ENVIRONMENT QUALITY

23     SPECULATIONS ON THE REPRESENTATION OF ARCHITECTURE IN VIRTUAL REALITY: HOW CAN WE (CONTINUE TO) SIMULATE THE UNSEEN?

24     IMPROVISATIONS IN POLYRHYTHMIC SPATIALITY

28     SETTLEMENT; REVISITING THE QUAKER COMMUNITY ARCHITECTURE, WHANGANUI.

31     PRIMITIVE ATTITUDES AND TRADITIONAL PRACTICES: LOOKING BACK FOR SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS TO FUTURE FLOOD DISASTERS

32     APARTMENT ASSESSMENT PLATFORM: A MODEL FOR CAPTURING AND COMPARING APARTMENT DESIGNS

35     HEATWAVES AND HEAT STRESS IN APARTMENT

36     LOOKING AHEAD: INVESTIGATING PERFORMANCE ART WITH SCHOOLCHILDREN AS A CATALYST FOR URBAN REDESIGN

37     HOW BIG SHOULD MY BATTERY BE?

38     50 YEARS OF MEASUREMENT IN ARCHITECTURE SCIENCE

39     THE IMPACTS OF INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (IEQ) IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS – A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

42     OVERCOMING THE BARRIERS TO GREEN BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

43     EXPLORATION OF INDOOR TRACKING SYSTEMS AS AN ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH TOOL FOR THE STUDY ON THE HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY

44     ALWAYS NEW PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGN: ISE SHRINES AS A MODEL FOR FUTURE ARCHITECTURE.

45     SHARING SPACE AND OLDER NEW ZEALANDERS: PREFERENCES FOR THE CONVERSION OF EXISTING HOUSES

46     A WORKFLOW OF DATA INTEGRATING AND PARAMETRIC MODELLING IN URBAN DESIGN REGULATION

50     RESPONSIVE SYSTEMS AND ELECTRONIC SPATIAL INTERFACES: OUTCOMES IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIOS

54     RECLAIMING HERITAGE BY RETELLING 'THE THING' IN VR: CASE OF MASJID WAZIR KHAN, LAHORE

55     WHY SHOULD WE CARE ABOUT HEALTHY BUILDINGS? EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF SICK BUILDING SYNDROME

56     BIM IS EASIER SAID THAN DONE: CALIBRATING ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION TO THE OPPORTUNITIES OF BIM

58     EXPLORING BETTER DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR DEMENTIA THROUGH EVALUATION OF SELECTED MEMORY SUPPORT RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES IN VICTORIA

63     BIOMIMICRY AS INNOVATION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

64     END OF LIFE CARE IN AN AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL: THE ROLE OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT IN PALLIATIVE NURSING.

65     THICK AND THIN: THE FUTURE FOR WALLS AS SOLID MASSES OR DELICATE LAYERS

71     OUTDOOR WIND ENVIRONMENT STUDY OF HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN URBAN AREAS: A LITERATURE REVIEW

72     THE IMPACT OF THERMAL COMFORT CRITERIAL ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

74     HOW IMPORTANT IS THERMAL INSULATION IN THE MODERN OFFICE BUILDING?

75     POTENTIAL ROLE OF PREFABRICATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE FUTURE NEW ZEALAND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

76     DRY UNDER THE FLOOR – DEVELOPMENT OF NZ SUB-FLOOR VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS

78     BETWEEN ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION

80     GENERATING URBAN CODES FOR NEIGHBORHOODS

81     THE SITUATION ANALYSIS OF INTRODUCING BUILDING INSULATIONS OUT OF AGRICULTURAL BY-PRODUCTS IN NEW ZEALAND

83     IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF RENTAL HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY THAT IMPROVES THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE

84     THE ROLE OF HVAC FILTER IN BUILDING OPERATION AND MAINTAINANCE

85     REVERBERATIONS: INTERPRETING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE THROUGH THE LENS OF MULTISCALE DYNAMICAL FRACTAL SYSTEMS THEORY

86     ACOUSTIC DESIGN FOR AN AUDITORIUM PROJECT: USING BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION TO ENHANCE ARCHITECTURAL QUALITY

90     ESTIMATING THE FLOOR AREA OF A HOUSE KNOWING ITS NUMBER OF ROOMS AND HOW THESE ARE NAMED

91     LARGE HOUSING IN NEW ZEALAND: ARE BEDROOM AND ROOM STANDARDS STILL GOOD DEFINITIONS OF NEW ZEALAND HOUSE SIZE?

94     IS TRANSDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE?: EXAMPLE OF MEDICAL INFORMATION ON BUILDING MATERIALS

97     A JOB WELL DONE?: MEASURING SUCCESS IN THE INTEGRATION OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ACROSS MULTIPLE MODES OF DELIVERY

98     FACILITATING TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCES: CASE STUDIES FOR SCHOOL DESIGN

102  BARRIERS AND STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE AN EFFICIENT BIM WORKFLOW WITHIN THE NEW ZEALAND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

103  FISHERMAN SETTLEMENT AND HOUSING INNOVATION BASED ON BIOCLIMATIC DESIGN IN SURABAYA

104  A POSSIBLE FUTURE FOR BUILDING CODES

105  A VISUAL CONSULTATION METHOD FOR UNDERSTANDING SPATIAL USE IN REMOTE ABORIGINAL HOUSING.

109  SOUNDSCAPES IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES - A CASE STUDY

110  EMBODIED ENERGY OF THE COMMON WOOD FIRED BRICK

124  A REVIEW OF IAQ IN AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SCHOOL CLASSROOMS

125  IDENTIFYING A MODEL URBAN PRECINCT; IMPACT OF BUILT MASS FOR THERMALLY COMFORTABLE LIVING IN TROPICS

126  PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT IN URBAN MICROCLIMATE RESEARCH- AN OVERVIEW OF A CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT

129  INFORMATION VISUALIZATION FOR MULTIVARIATE SCHEMATIC DESIGN

131  OPTIMIZATION OF COMPLEX FENESTRATION SYSTEMS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK (ANN) CONSIDERING ENERGY AND DAYLIGHTING PERFORMANCE OF OFFICE BUILDINGS

139  ADVANCING COLLABORATION BETWEEN STUDENTS OF ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING

143  FIELD STUDY OF AUCKLAND HOUSING WINTER INDOOR HEALTH CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH INSULATION, HEATING AND ENERGY

144  WHAT MAKES A CITY ‘BIOPHILIC’? RESULTS FROM THE WELLINGTON NATURE MAP PROJECT

145  "BACK" TO THE FUTURE: PARAMETRICS IN AN ANCIENT TREATISE ON ARCHITECTURE

146  DESIGN-BUILD AN ORGANISATION TO DELIVER: A PROJECT MANAGEMENT STUDIO

150  AN INTELLIGENT SYSTEM FOR ACTUATING WINDOWS OF NATURALLY VENTILATED RESIDENTIAL HOUSES

151  BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS: OUTCOMES IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIOS

152  TIMBER 4.0: A COMPUTER-VISION BASED SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATING THE VISUAL GRADING OF SAWN HARDWOOD BOARDS.

154  DEVELOPING CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE SPATIAL STANDARDS FOR DWELLINGS IN NEW ZEALAND: METHODOLOGY AND RECOMMENDATIONS

155  INTERPRETING (FUTURE) CLIMATE DATA FOR A RESILIENT BUILT ENVIRONMENT

156  HOUSE RETROFITS AND COMFORT MEASURES TO REDUCE HEAT STRESS AND CARBON IN A WARMER FUTURE

157  ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY: TECHNOLOGY OF ARCHITECTURE

161  EXPLORE A COMBINATION OF MATERIALS IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

168  THE GREEN CORRIDOR - RENEWAL OF URBAN BLOCKS IN NOVI BEOGRAD, SERBIA

170  DESIGN THAT BUILDS INDUSTRY SKILL AND CAPACITY

173  DESIGNING FOR A WASTE FREE BUILDING INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND

178  COASTAL RETREAT: FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURE IN NEW ZEALAND’S COASTAL HAZARD ZONES

180  A VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIMENT TO INVESTIGATE OPTIMUM HIGH-DENSITY APARTMENT PARAMETERS

181  SPACE SYNTAX IN DESIGN CURRICULUM: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

182  MOISTURE PRODUCTION AND EXTRACTION IN NEW ZEALAND HOMES

184  THERMAL COMFORT ANALYSES OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE TROPICAL REGION

185  GATEWAY PAVILION: RETURNING TO CONVENTIONAL PRACTICE

186  LESS AND MORE: MORE HOUSES AND LESS CO₂ EMISSIONS

188 BUILDING PERFORMANCE MODELLING: PARAMETRIC STUDY OF ENERGY OPTIMIZATION FOR OFFICE RETROFIT IN THE TROPICS

 
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