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Being Nowhere: Distraction, Disintegration and Spatiality
  ii Charter IDEA was formed to encourage and support excellence in Interior Design/Interior Architecture education and research and be the regional authority on, and advocate for, Interior Design/Interior Architecture education and research. Objectives The objectives of IDEA are to:• act as an advocate for interior design/interior architecture undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs;• support the diversity of degree programs;• provide recognition for excellence through refereed citations awarded to academic staff of the above programs;• publish and disseminate results of research and refereed work carried out in member Institutions;• foster and encourage collaboration within and beyond the membership of IDEA;• foster an attitude of lifelong learning; and• encourage academic exchange within the membership of IDEA.www.idea-edu.cominfo@idea-edu.com Member Institutions Membership is open to institutions offering interior design or interior architecture undergraduate degree programs of four years duration (except in extraordinary circumstances approved by the Association when the program may be of three years duration).Curtin University, Perth, AustraliaMassey University, Wellington, New ZealandMonash University, Victoria, AustraliaQueensland University of Technology, Queensland, AustraliaRMIT University, Victoria, AustraliaUniversity of New South Wales, New South Wales, AustraliaUniversity of South Australia, South Australia, AustraliaUnitec New Zealand, Auckland, New ZealandUniversity of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaVictoria University, Wellington, New ZealandWellington Institute of Technology, Wellington, New Zealand IDEA Journal 2005 © IDEA, 2005Published atQueensland University of TechnologyBrisbane, Australia Registered at the National Library of Australia. ISSN 1445/5412 iii  iii Refereeing Process Each IDEA member university is asked to publicise the scheme and encourage submissions from its academic staff and post graduate students. Expressions of interest are called for and an abstract outlining title and a concise summary of the project or paper is required in the first instance. Following receipt of the completed paper, the Editorial Chair arranges for its anonymous assessment by at least two referees. Referees are selected for their acknowledged expertise in the matter to be refereed.IDEA has adopted a double-blind refereeing process. The anonymity of author and referee are maintained at all times. The referees are asked to submit confidential reports directly to the Chair by a required date. The Editorial Committee accepts for publishing the submissions that receive majority support from referees. The decision of the IDEA committee is final, with no correspondence entered into regarding the awarded status of the submissions. Referees’ reports are made available to applicants upon request, within one month of the submissions being chosen for publication. Criteria for Selection Submissions will be accepted based on the following criteria. 1. The work contributes to the body of knowledge that is the basis of interior design/interior architecture.2. The intentions are well articulated and their achievement is substantiated through intellectual and academic rigour.3. Outcomes are identified and there is evidence of scholarly reflection on their significance.4. The work has not been previously published or is in the process of being refereed for another publication. Editorial Committee Suzie Attiwill and Gini Lee (Guest Editors)Dr Jill Franz (Editor in Chief) Symposium Committee: Suzie Attiwill, Interior Design, RMIT UniversityGini Lee, Architecture and Design, University of South AustraliaGill Matthewson, Interior Design, Wellington Institute of TechnologyJillian Walliss, Landscape Architecture, Victoria University Copy All copies remain the intellectual property of each university and individual artist/author concerned. Reproduction is prohibited without written permission of the publisher. Previous Publications IDEA 1999 IDEA 2003IDEA 2001 IDEA 2004IDEA 2002Correspondence regarding this publication should be addressed to:IDEAInterior Design, School of DesignQueensland University of TechnologyGPO Box 2434 Brisbane Q 4001 AustraliaFacsimile +61 7 3864 1528 Symposium Convenors Suzie Attiwill, Interior Design, RMIT UniversityGini Lee, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia  iv Referees Dr Archana Bhatt, Landscape Architecture, RMIT UniversityPatrick F. Chan, Interior Design, RMIT UniversityDr Robert Crocker, Architecture and Design, University of South AustraliaProfessor Harriet Edquist, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT UniversityProfessor Noel Frankham, School of Art, University of TasmaniaDr Hélène Frichot, Architecture, RMIT UniversityGale Fulton, Landscape Architecture, Adelaide UniversityDr Christine Garnaut, Architecture and Design, University of South AustraliaDorita Hannah, Interior Design, Massey UniversityMichael Howard, Landscape Architecture, RMIT UniversityRachel Hurst, Architecture and Design, University of South AustraliaJane Lawrence, Interior Architecture, University of South AustraliaProfessor Kay Lawrence, School of Art, University of South AustraliaKate Linzey, Interior Design, Massey UniversityDr Brenda Marshall, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT UniversityRoss McLeod, Interior Design, RMIT UniversityGreg More, Interior Design and SIAL, RMIT UniversityJudith O’Callaghan, Interior Architecture, University of NSWTrish Pringle, Interior Design, RMIT UniversityKatrina Simon, Landscape Architecture, Unitec New ZealandJen Smit, Architecture and Design, University of South AustraliaGeorge Verghese, Interior Design, University of Technology, SydneyDr Sue Anne Ware, Landscape Architecture, RMIT University Acknowledgements The convenors and IDEA would like to acknowledge Stuart Geddes of studio anybody; the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University; AILA [Australian Institute of Landscape Architects], the Louis Laybourne Smith School of Architecture and Design at University of South Australia and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne for their financial/ inkind support of the symposium, INSIDEOUT. Cover – Stuart Geddes – detail from INSIDEOUT poster. Disclaimer To the extent legally permissible, the editors, authors and publishers exclude or disclaim all and any liability (including liability arising in contract and tort) to any person, whether or not through this publication, for any loss howsoever arising and whether or not caused by the negligence of any of the editors, authors and publishers resulting from anything done or omitted to be done in reliance, either whole or partial, upon the contents of this publication. iv
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