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Publications:
Nature in Repurposed Post-industrial Environments

The paper discusses different roles of nature in repurposing post-industrial environments, mainly 3rd generation cities, from a multidisciplinary design perspective.

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Design and Research Processes in Postgraduate Design Education

This is an investigation of the relationships between the research process and the design process in postgraduate design education.

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Design for Paralympians: Exploring Roles of Graphic and Industrial Design in Promoting Awareness of Athletes with Disabilities

Focusing on Paralympians, the paper describes two case studies that detail how industrial and graphic design can affect a positive image of disability in society.

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Published online: February 7, 2014

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Adaptive Reuse in Craft, Design, and Art in the City

Adaptive reuse is the use of products for purposes other than originally intended. Supported by images, this paper explores adaptive reuse in craft, design, and art in the urban environment.

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The Emerging Discipline of Biomimicry as a Design Paradigm Shift

This paper analyzes Biomimicry as an emerging field that offers the best tools and concepts for design for sustainability and resilient design.

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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User-centered, Research-based Design of Futuristic Intensive Care Units

This paper discusses ergonomics and user-centred design approaches in health-services environments, specifically Intensive Care Units in Australian hospitals, through a research project developed with Industrial Design master’s students in 2012.

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Published Online: April 4, 2016

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Bio-utilization, Bio-inspiration, and Bio-affiliation in Design for Sustainability: : Biotechnology, Biomimicry, and Biophilic Design

The paper discusses biological approaches to design for sustainability, such as "bio-utilization" (as in bio-technology), "bio-inspiration" (as in biomimicry), and "bio-affiliation" (as in Biophilic Design).

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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