Lizarding to lingering: how humans really behave in public spaces

A huge and heartfelt congratulations to our graduating Spatial class of 2018! We know you will do us proud :-)

3rd year studio projects presented as immersive interactive experiences to our client-collaborators Pūhoro STEM Academy on Tuesday

Site analysis for 100 level space by Stephanie Brandt-Partridge

Exhibition Spatial Designer – Tuia 250

Tēnā koutou grads – potential job/contract opportunity on an exhibition design project with NZ Maritime Museum, in case anyone is interested.

www.thebigidea.nz/work/222197-exhibition-spatial-designer-tuia-250 via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Space10 envisions future of self-driving cars as a fleet of mobile amenities

Move you to the space or move the space to you? via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Spatial Design Student Work Exhibition 2018 5:30pm this Friday the 19th 2nd, 3rd and 4th year work on display in the Tea Gardens and other spaces on level C in Block 10.

World of WearableArt (WOW)

Get Involved

Opportunities at the Performance Arcade this summer. via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Congratulations Zoe Schoeller-Burke for the bronze! https://bestawards.co.nz/spatial/student-spatial/massey-university-spatial-design/parasite/

Interesting stuff coming out of second year Georgia Mcneill – https://spatialdesignmcneill.tumblr.com/

Interesting stuff coming out of third year

Nga Roma Poa – tuakiriii.tumblr.com/ via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Interesting stuff coming out of first year Space Charlie Budd – https://charliespaceblog.tumblr.com

supermodel-bestawards.s3.amazonaws.com

RCG

Job opportunity at RCG Auckland

Quick rundown on the job:

_Work within the award winning interior/commercial team at RCG

_Work across a range of sectors including retail/workplace/tourism/multiunit residential (BNZ, Fonterra, Z Energy, Rainbows End, KIA, Alfa Romeo, Toyota, Maori TV, Radio NZ)

_The candidate will ideally be familiar with Sketchup, Autocad and the Adobe Suite. Training will be provided with rending software (lumion)

_ Whilst we are ideally after a junior/intermediate designer with previous experience, we are open to talking to graduates who demonstrate a positive attitude and natural creative flair.

_The candidate would be preparing concept design packages including material boards, 3D renders and documentation sets.

vimeo.com/rcgltd

www.rcg.co.nz

send CV and Folio over to andy@rcg.co.nz via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Beer and Banter call

Banter & Brews: Portfolio Review Session

Thursday 02 August

6-8.30pm

Block 1

We’re kicking off semester 2 with a portfolio session!

Bring along your portfolio (and work if you don’t have one yet) and get some feedback from graduates across all majors!

The event is open to all year groups & colleges.

Pizza, beer and banter provided as always!

$2 per person on the door.

Guests to be announced.

Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/2151987431726240/

Message to all Spatial Design students

Morena everyone,

This message is to encourage all design students to attend Professor Brian Lucid’s Head of School Address tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon.

This lecture and the advising event that follows is relevant to all spatial students, not just first year.

The details are:

“The Shift – Design in Transition”

Lecture by Professor Brian Lucid, Head of School

4.30-5pm

4B06 (and live feed to The Pit)

This will be followed by Academic Advising on Level C of Te Ara Hihiko, 5-6pm. Advising is particularly useful for first years, but it’s also open to any older students who are in two minds about their course selections. There will also be short talks in Presentation D & E: VCD, Textiles, Photo electives, Drawing for designers. Spatial Design lecturer Meg Rollandi will be on Level C TAH to share her wisdom on the various year levels and help mentor any one with course questions.

nga mihi,

Julieanna Preston

Acting coordinator Spatial Design

North American vs Japanese zoning

Zoning regulations, Japan vs USA.

tldr: USA specifies what is allowed, which is quite restrictive. Japan specifies what is not allowed, so anything goes as long as it doesn’t create a problem.

The article lists a number of consequences, including the impacts on diversity and sprawl.

Via NUMTOTS (New Urbanist Memes for Transit Oriented Teens) fb group via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Wellington’s controversial Lower Tory St redesign wrapped up

Project Detail – PrefabNZ

Any current students interested in joining a competition team for the below please contact Jen at j.archer-martin@massey.ac.nz

www.prefabnz.com/Projects/Detail/snug-competition via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

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