Year: 2012

Unconference 3

Unconference 3


The third living_lab unconference event took place in the old museum building on the Massey [&hellip



living_lab summit

living_lab summit


Living Lab takes a fresh look at sustainability Massey University initiated a new era of [&hellip



Manawatu Interview Video

Manawatu Interview Video


Local Palmerston North farmers responses during the interview process over the summer 2011/12 period



Unconference 2

Unconference 2


A boost from a world-renowned researcher this month. Professor Chris Ryan from the University of [&hellip



Researching the Student Researchers

Researching the Student Researchers


Experiences, challenges and outcomes The Researching the Student Researchers aspect of the Challenging Sustainability project [&hellip



eXhibition 2012

eXhibition 2012


The Living Lab is focused on comprehending the complex and ‘wicked problems’ and opportunities around [&hellip



livinglabnz.org website design

livinglabnz.org website design


Massey University’s Living Lab  focuses on comprehending the complex and ‘wicked problems’ and opportunities around [&hellip



Drivers of Change

Drivers of Change


Farmer Experiences and Perceptions of Subdivision Final Report to the Palmerston North City Council, 14 May 2012 [&hellip



Hawkes Bay Project

Hawkes Bay Project


The Context Commercial land users increasingly find themselves at the centre of often competing demands [&hellip



Collective

Collective


Collective is a temporary garden located on the corner of Fredrick and Taranaki streets. Planter [&hellip



Edible Couch

Edible Couch


The Edible Couch, Pop-up Gig fosters the social dialogue, which manifests during communal events to [&hellip



What to do with the Waste

What to do with the Waste


The design is to be implemented in the Christchurch CBD; it consists of a temporary [&hellip



On le-go

On le-go


On le-go Designer: Jasmine Song Studio: 224.401 Studio V ”keeping it local” 2012 Coordinator/Lecturer: Amanda Yates Tutor: [&hellip



Forget me not Gardens

Forget me not Gardens


The Forget-me-not Gardens Designer: Annaliese Murrell Studio: 224.401 Studio V ”keeping it local” 2012 Coordinator/Lecturer: Amanda Yates Tutor: [&hellip



Mobile Modules

Mobile Modules


Mobile Modules: Travelling Kitchen Similar to the Community Kitchen and Garden found inside Melbourne Central, [&hellip



Roll Out Garden

Roll Out Garden


Roll Out Garden is a temporary intervention aiming to draw pedestrians to an alternative, quieter route [&hellip



Transpark

Transpark


TRANSPARK – Pop Up Park Transpark is a temporary portable park, which can me moved and [&hellip



Seed Bomb Park

Seed Bomb Park


A recreational area with a ‘game like’ event of seed bombing to encourage the idea [&hellip



TierScape

TierScape


TierScape is a conceptual design which is made of 3 separate pieces which can be [&hellip



The Green Parade

The Green Parade


People Powered Parading Popup Parks! The Green Parade provides mobile green space for versatile use [&hellip



Pallet Parks

Pallet Parks


The concept behind Pallet Parks is to use the highly available medium of the shipping [&hellip



Kaijyo

Kaijyo


The Garden Kitchen Inspiring knowledge through sight; the growth and storage of fresh fruit and [&hellip



Popup Parks

Popup Parks


Student Design Studio In this project students developed an innovative, creative and sustainable built  solution [&hellip



Edible Rooftops

Edible Rooftops


Nikau Café. Long-term installation The Urban Research Lab: Edible Cities focuses on the complex relationship [&hellip



Wellington 2D3D

Wellington 2D3D


The Urban Research Lab: Edible Cities focuses on the complex relationship between food, cities, and [&hellip