Browse By Person: Armstrong, Helen
|Up a level|
Group by: Item Type | Date
Number of items: 19.
Armstrong, Helen (1999) Design studios as research : An emerging paradigm for landscape architecture. Landscape Review, 5(2), pp. 5-25.
Armstrong, Helen (1999) Vibrant cosmopolitanism or understated Australian : Australian landscape practice in the ‘space-in-between’. Kerb Journal, 6, pp. 26-31.
Armstrong, Helen (2001) Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Whose Heritage? In Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place And Communities. Southern Cross University Press, Lismore, NSW, pp. 81-90.
Armstrong, Helen (2001) Migrant Place-Making: Sustainable Collaboration in the Built Environment. In Towards Sustainability in the Built Environment, 5-7 July 2000.
Sim, Jean C., Armstrong, Helen B., Osborne, Ray, & Hart, Victor G. (2001) Report 1: Setting the Theoretical Scene. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains Series. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
Sim, Jean C., Hudson, Brian J., O'Hare, Daniel J., Armstrong, Helen B., Baker, Walter, & Hayes, Lincoln T. (2001) Report 2: Thematic Study of the Cultural Landscape of Queensland. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains Series. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
O'Hare, Danny J., Adkins, Barbara A., Avery, Tracey, & Laurens, Susan (2001) Report 3: Contests and Management Issues. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains Series. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
Armstrong, Helen B., Seto, Jan M., & O'Hare, Danny J. (2001) Report 4: Reports of the Case Studies. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
Armstrong, Helen (2002) Landscapes of Hope: Migrant Spaces on the Margins. In Akkach, S (Ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium of the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture, 2-6 July, 2002, Adelaide, South Australia.
Armstrong, Helen (2002) Sustaining Cultural Landscapes as Sites of Production. In Macarthur, J & Moulis, A (Eds.) Proceedings of the XIXth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, 4 - 7 October 2002, Brisbane, Queensland.
Armstrong, Helen B. (2003) Conceptual journeys : Using qualitative processes in an inter-cultural exploration of place. In Association of Qualitative Researchers Conference: Creating Spaces of Awareness, 15 - 18 July 2003, Sydney, N.S.W.
Armstrong, Helen B. (2003) Interpreting landscapes/ places/ architecture : the place for hermeneutics in design theory and practice. Architectural Theory Review, 8(1), pp. 63-79.
Armstrong, Helen, Gusheh, Maryam, Hanna, Bronwyn, Stewart, Susan, Thompson, Susan, & Van Der Plaat, Deborah (2003) Navigating the Sea of Diversity - Multicultural Place-Making in Sydney. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 3, pp. 233-246.
Armstrong, Helen B. (2004) Making the unfamiliar familiar : research journeys towards understanding migration and place. Landscape Research, 29(3), pp. 237-260.
Armstrong, Helen (2004) New Forms of Green for Mega-cities: Peri- and Inter-urban Agricultural Space. In Lawson, G, Armstrong, H, & Chenoweth, A (Eds.) AILA 2004 National Conference, 29 Sept - 2 Oct 2004, Brisbane, Australia.
Armstrong, Helen (2005) Beyond the hedonistic playground: New roles for public art in Brisbane. In Lehmann, Steffen (Ed.) Absolutely Public: Crossover: Art and Architecture. Images Publishing Group, Mulgrave, Australia, pp. 30-34.
Armstrong, Helen (2008) Creative community mapping. In Sofoulis, Zoe, Armstrong, Helen, Bounds, Michael, Lopes, Abby, & Andrews, Tara (Eds.) Out and About in Penrith: Universal Design and Cultural Context: Accessibility, Diversity and Recreational Space in Penrith. Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney and Penrith City Council, Sydney, N.S.W, pp. 31-45.
Sofoulis, Zoë, Armstrong, Helen B., Bounds, Michael, Lopes, Abby, & Andrews, Tara (2008) Out and about in Penrith : Universal design and cultural context : accessibility, diversity and recreational space in Penrith. Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney and Penrith City Council, Syndey, N.S.W.
Armstrong, Helen (2011) Re-enchanting the industrial in the city. In Abbate, A, Polakit, K, & Kennedy, R (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Subtropical Cities Conference, 8 - 11 March, 2011, United States of America.