The epiphenominal in architecture and a creative sequence by John McGlade

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This PhD by dissertation and project is an exploration of whether the epiphenomena that occurs when the ephemera of nature and the building align can be the basis for architectural design. This can produce transient events that enhance our secular being. Also another premise of this PhD is whether, as a fine artist, my aesthetic propensities can be modulated onto architectural practice.

Year: 2015
Examiners: Dr David Kim-Boyle, Dr Gregory Hooper  Supervisors: Professor Sand Helsel, A/Prof Richard Black, Professor Richard Blythe


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