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Books, theses and book chapters

Gjerde, M. (2015). Street perceptions: A study of visual preferences for New Zealand streetscapes. School of Architecture. Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington. PhD: 384pp. http://restrictedarchive.vuw.ac.nz.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/handle/123456789/9019

Gjerde M T, Petrovic E_Eds. (2014) UHPH_14:Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference (Wellington, Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group and Victoria University of Wellington, 2014), 865pp.

Akashi, T., Abiko, A. K., Giddings, B., Gjerde, M. T., Lahti, P _Eds (2014) The accessible city, Rotterdam, CIB – International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction.

Gjerde M. Facing up to nature: New Zealand cities are changing to become more resilient (2014).  In Akashi T, Abiko A K ,Giddings B, Gjerde M & Lahti P [Eds] The accessible city, Rotterdam, CIB – International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction. 23-27

Gjerde, M. (2009). Evaluating the visual qualities of urban streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics. Joint Centre for Urban Design. Oxford, UK, Oxford Brookes University: viii, 142.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Why stop innovating? Recent weathertightness problems in New Zealand. In Anumba, C. J. (Ed.) Innovative Developments in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Rotterdam, Millpress.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. (2002) Building comfortable homes, Wellington, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ.

Gjerde, M., Residential Concrete Detailing and Specification Guide, Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand (July 2000) 110p.

Gjerde, M & Ingham, J, Concrete Buildings not requiring Specific Engineering Design’ Complete section of the New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual, Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand (October 1999) 61 p

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Gjerde, M & Vale, B (2015) Aiming for a Better Public Realm: Gauging the Effectiveness of Design Control Methods in Wellington, New Zealand. Buildings [5] 1: 69-84.

Gjerde M T, 'The potential benefits of retrofitting thermal mass into New Zealand houses', Architectural Science Review (2014), pp. 1-11.

Gjerde, M. (2012) Sure to Rise? Prospects for Recovery and Betterment of the Built Environment Following the Recent Earthquakes in Christchurch, NZ. The International Journal of the Constructed Environment, [2] 3, 99 – 112.

Gjerde, M. (2011) Visual evaluation of urban streetscapes: how do public preferences reconcile with those held by experts? Urban Design International, [16] 3, 153 – 161.

Gjerde, M. (2010) Evaluating design capabilities in medium density infill housing in New Zealand through analysis of entries to a recent competition. Journal of Research in Architecture & Planning, 9.

Gjerde, M., Muir, A. (2010) Evaluation of fluid pressures applied to the building envelope during maintenance. Architectural Science Review, Vol. 53, 333-339.

Other journal articles

Gjerde, M. “Thermal mass retrofit of New Zealand dwellings”. Concrete. [55] 4. 2012. 18–19.

Gjerde, M. ”Reactions to the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan”. Cross-Section. Auckland: NZIA, 2012.

Gjerde, M. “New Zealand’s concrete heritage in housing”. Concrete. [54] 4. 2010. 14–17.

Gjerde, M. “Perceptions of beauty: how do we see concrete buildings?” Concrete. [53] 3. 2009. 10–11.

Gjerde, M. “Designing for Low Maintenance”. Build: Journal of the Building Research Association of New Zealand. 2001. 52–54.

Gjerde, M. “Planning Friendly Cities for the Future”. New Zealand Concrete. [44] 1. 2000. 10–16.

Conference papers

Lesan, M. and M. Gjerde (2015). Management of business activities along streets; an often neglected aspect of urban design. Living and Learning: Research for a better built environment; 49th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association. R. H. Crawford and A. Stephan. Melbourne, University of Melbourne: 16.

Gjerde M (2014) Christchurch’s heroic period: Discussing the city’s important concrete architecture of the 1950s to 1980s.  In proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference, Ed Allan Bluett and Carl Ashby.  Wairakei, New Zealand Concrete Society.  Session 6_Paper 4. 1-12.

Gainsford J and Gjerde M (2014) The Concrete Houses of James Thomas Douce.  In proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference, Ed Allan Bluett and Carl Ashby.  Wairakei, New Zealand Concrete Society.  Session 4A_Paper 2, 1-8.

Lesan M & Gjerde M (2014) Design and Management of Streets in Multicultural Societies: A case study in New Zealand. In UHPH_14: Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference.  Wellington, Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group and Victoria University of Wellington.  393-408.

Gjerde M (2014) Aiming for a Better Public Realm: Gauging the Effectiveness of Design Control Methods in Wellington, New Zealand.  In proceedings of the Building a Better New Zealand Conference, Auckland, BRANZ.

Gjerde, M. (2013). A framework for evaluating and improving design guidance & control. In Proceedings of the 19th CIB World Building Congress, Brisbane 2013: Construction and Society edited by Stephen Kajewski, Karen Manley and Keith Hampson. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. Paper no. 152, pp. 1-12

Gjerde M (2013). Factors Leading to Successful Implementation of the Prison Capacity Development Programme in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the 19th CIB World Building Congress, Brisbane 2013: Construction and Society edited by Stephen Kajewski, Karen Manley and Keith Hampson. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology.

Gjerde, M. & Cairncross, J. (2012) A cost-benefit analysis of thermal mass retrofits for New Zealand dwellings. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) Proceedings of New Zealand Concrete Society Conference '12. Hamilton, NZ Concrete Society. Session2_Paper3. 1-12.

Gjerde, M. (2011). Making improvements the hard way: factors affecting urban transformation following a natural disaster. Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on the constructed environment. Common Ground Publishing, Chicago, Il.

Gjerde, M. (2010). Analysis of infill housing design quality. Proceeding of the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Auckland.

Gjerde, M. (2010) Visual aesthetic perception and judgement of urban streetscapes. In Barrett P, Amaratunga D, Haigh R, Keraminiyage K and Pathirage C (Ed.) Proceedings W101 - Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. May 2010 Salford, United Kingdom, CIB.

Baird, G., Gjerde, M. & Penwell, J. (2010) Performance of two refurbished office buildings - designers' intentions and users' perceptions. In Barrett P, Amaratunga D, Haigh R, Keraminiyage K and Pathirage C (Ed.) Proceedings W098 & W111 - Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress May 2010 Salford, United Kingdom, CIB.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Changing currents: architectural uses for concrete in New Zealand to enhance sustainability outcomes. In Ingham, J. (Ed.) Symposium on Sustainable Concrete and Cement Technologies. Auckland, NZ Concrete Society.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. (2009) Sustainable higher density residential development. 2nd International Urban Design Conference - Survival: Implementing Tomorrow's City. Gold Coast, Qld, Urban Design Australia.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Delivering the future: precast concrete as an appropriate cladding for New Zealand buildings. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '09. Rotorua, NZ, NZCS.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Evaluating the Visual Qualities of Urban Streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics. Oxford UK, Oxford Brookes University.

Gjerde, M. & Holden, G. (2007) Urban sustainability: comparative value of building-top apartments. SUEMoT: International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment. Glasgow, UK, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Gjerde M, Barnes R,  Lee N. (2007). Design of a tri-axial saturated permeability rig to test inorganic polymer concretes. Proceedings of the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Adelaide, The Concrete Institute of Australia. 711-720

Gjerde M, Barnes R. (2007). Durability properties of inorganic polymer concretes which relate to pore structure. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference’07. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 6_7-14

Gjerde, M. (2006) Concrete in modernist housing in New Zealand. In Mangini, G. (Ed.) 2nd fib Congress. Naples, Italy, fib Italia.

Gjerde, M. & McGuire, P. (2006) Weathertightness design resource for concrete masonry. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) New Zealand Concrete Society Conference '06. Christchurch, NZ Concrete Society.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. (2005) Comparative urban sustainability in Wellington. Fabricating Sustainability: 40th ANZAScA Conference. Wellington, CBPR, Victoria University.

Gjerde, M. (2005) Improving urban design control in Wellington, New Zealand. In Blunt, G. (Ed.) Urbanism Down Under '05. Wellington.

Gjerde, M. (2004) Precast concrete as a sustainable cladding solution in New Zealand. In Fuzier, J.-P. (Ed.) fib Symposium - Concrete Structures: the Challenge of Creativity. Avignon, France, Association Francaise de Genie Civil.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Deconstruction: helping to foster a sustainable concrete industry. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '03. Wairakei, NZCS.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Thick skin: the performance of concrete in residential construction in New Zealand. In Gilbert, G., Langston, C. & Robinson, J. (Eds.) Postgraduate Construction Research Conference. Melbourne, RMIT University.

Gjerde M, Storey J & Pedersen M (2003). A Deconstructable Car Parking Building in an Active Seismic Zone. Proceedings of 11th Rinker International Conference on Deconstruction and Materials Reuse. Gainsville FL, CIB. CIB Publication 287.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. (2003) A comparison of cost and thermal performance of concrete and lightweight housing systems in New Zealand. Concrete in the 3rd Millennium: 21st Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Brisbane, Concrete Institute of Australia.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. (2002) The aesthetics of recent concrete architecture. In Walraven, J. (Ed.) The First fib Congress 2002. Osaka, Japan Concrete Institute.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. (2002). Research Activity is a Vital Link in the Teaching of Construction. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalunya. http://tecno.upc.es/arce/index_eng.htm

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. (2002) Construction Studies: An Integrated Approach. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalunya. http://tecno.upc.es/arce/index_eng.htm

Gjerde, M., Munn, C., Bellamy, L. & Alcorn, A. (2002). A Comparison of Cost and Thermal Performance of Concrete and Lightweight Housing Systems in New Zealand. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2002. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 3: 19 - 26.

Gjerde, M & Charleson, A. (2001). Innovation & Excellence: A Review of Recent World Architectural Concrete. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2001. Wairakei, NZCS. 150 – 156.

Gjerde, M, Ingham, J & Wilton, A. (2001) Three New Design Tools for Concrete Masonry Construction in New Zealand. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2001. Wellington, CIB. Abstract 53, Full Paper in CD.

Gjerde M, Gray J & Osterhaus W. (2001) Current Industrial Housing Practices in New Zealand, Proceedings CIB TG27 Open Meeting 2001 in Wellington. Theme: Industrial Housing, Wellington, CIB, Annex A 1 – 10.

Gjerde, M. (2000) Planning for the Future, Proceedings of the NZIA/CAA International Conference, Wellington, New Zealand Institute of Architects. 63 - 72.

Gjerde, M. (1999). Weathering Strategies for Concrete Buildings. Proceedings of Creating in Concrete – Engineering and Architectural perspective. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 4: paper 1.

Other journal articles

Gjerde, M. (2012) Thermal mass retrofit of New Zealand dwellings. Concrete, [55] 4, 18-19.

Gjerde, M. (2012). Reactions to the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, Cross-Section. Auckland, NZIA. www.crosssection.net.nz

Gjerde, M. (2010) New Zealand’s concrete heritage in housing. Concrete, [54] 4, 14-17.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Perceptions of beauty: how do we see concrete buildings? Concrete, [53] 3, 10-11.

Gjerde, M. (2001) Designing for Low Maintenance. Build: Journal of the Building Research Association of New Zealand. May/June, 52 – 54.

Gjerde, M. (2000) Planning Friendly Cities for the Future. New Zealand Concrete. [44] 1. 10-16.

Reports

Roguski, M., Kingi, V. & Gjerde, M. (2010) Double bunking project: management of the process. Wellington, Victoria University and Crime & Justice Research Centre

Storey, J., Gjerde, M., Charleson, A. & Pedersen, M. (2005) Report 6 - The state of deconstruction in New Zealand. In Chini, A. R. (Ed.) Deconstruction and materials reuse: an international overview - Publication 300. Rotterdam, CIB & University of Florida.

Gjerde, M. (2004) Report of the housing and urban design working party. Wellington, Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Gjerde, M. “Analysis of infill housing design quality”. Proceedings of the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Auckland, 2010.

Gjerde, M. “Visual aesthetic perception and judgement of urban streetscapes”. In Barrett, P., Amaratunga, D., Haigh, R., Keraminiyage, K. & Pathirage, C. (Eds.) Proceedings W101 – Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. Salford: CIB, 2010.

Baird, G., Gjerde, M. & Penwell, J. “Performance of two refurbished office buildings – designers' intentions and users' perceptions”. In Barrett, P., Amaratunga, D., Haigh, R., Keraminiyage, K. & Pathirage, C. (Eds.) Proceedings W098 & W111 – Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. Salford: CIB, 2010.

Gjerde, M. “Changing currents: Architectural uses for concrete in New Zealand to enhance sustainability outcomes”. In Ingham, J. (Ed.) Symposium on Sustainable Concrete and Cement Technologies. Auckland: NZ Concrete Society, 2009.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. “Sustainable higher density residential development”. 2nd International Urban Design Conference – Survival: Implementing Tomorrow's City. Gold Coast: Urban Design Australia, 2009.

Gjerde, M. “Delivering the future: precast concrete as an appropriate cladding for New Zealand buildings”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '09. Rotorua: NZCS, 2009.

Gjerde, M. “Evaluating the Visual Qualities of Urban Streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics”.Oxford: Oxford Brookes University, 2009.

Gjerde, M. & Holden, G. “Urban sustainability: comparative value of building-top apartments”. SUEMoT: International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment. Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University, 2007.

Gjerde, M., Barnes, R. & Lee, N. «Design of a tri-axial saturated permeability rig to test inorganic polymer concretes”. Proceedings of the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Adelaide: The Concrete Institute of Australia, 2007. 711–720.

Gjerde, M. & Barnes, R. “Durability properties of inorganic polymer concretes which relate to pore structure”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference. Wairakei: NZCS, 2007. 7–14

Gjerde, M. “Concrete in modernist housing in New Zealand”. In Mangini, G. (Ed.) 2nd fib Congress. Naples: fib Italia, 2006.

Gjerde, M. & McGuire, P. “Weathertightness design resource for concrete masonry”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) New Zealand Concrete Society Conference. Christchurch: NZ Concrete Society, 2006.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. “Comparative urban sustainability in Wellington”. Fabricating Sustainability: 40th ANZAScA Conference. Wellington: CBPR (Victoria University), 2005.

Gjerde, M. “Improving urban design control in Wellington, New Zealand”. In Blunt, G. (Ed.) Urbanism Down Under. Wellington, 2005.

Gjerde, M. “Precast concrete as a sustainable cladding solution in New Zealand”. In Fuzier, J.P. (Ed.) fib Symposium – Concrete Structures: the Challenge of Creativity. Avignon: Association Francaise de Genie Civil, 2004.

Gjerde, M. “Deconstruction: helping to foster a sustainable concrete industry”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference. Wairakei: NZCS, 2003.

Gjerde, M. “Thick skin: the performance of concrete in residential construction in New Zealand”. In Gilbert, G., Langston, C. & Robinson, J. (Eds.) Postgraduate Construction Research Conference. Melbourne: RMIT University, 2003.

Gjerde, M., Storey, J. & Pedersen, M. «A Deconstructable Car Parking Building in an Active Seismic Zone”. Proceedings of 11th Rinker International Conference on Deconstruction and Materials Reuse. Gainsville: CIB, 2003. 287.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. “A comparison of cost and thermal performance of concrete and lightweight housing systems in New Zealand”. Concrete in the 3rd Millennium: 21st Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Brisbane: Concrete Institute of Australia, 2003.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. “The aesthetics of recent concrete architecture”. In Walraven, J. (Ed.) The First fib Congress. Osaka: Japan Concrete Institute, 2002.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. “Research Activity is a Vital Link in the Teaching of Construction”. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona: Polytechnic University of Catalunya, 2002.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. “Construction Studies: An Integrated Approach”. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona: Polytechnic University of Catalunya, 2002.

Gjerde, M., Munn, C., Bellamy, L. & Alcorn, A. «A Comparison of Cost and Thermal Performance of Concrete and Lightweight Housing Systems in New Zealand”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2002. Wairakei: NZCS, 2002. 19–26.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. “Innovation & Excellence: A Review of Recent World Architectural Concrete”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2001. Wairakei: NZCS, 2001. 150–156.

Gjerde, M., Ingham, J. & Wilton, A. “Three New Design Tools for Concrete Masonry Construction in New Zealand”. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2001. Wellington: CIB, 2001. Abstract 53, Full Paper in CD.

Gjerde, M., Gray, J. & Osterhaus, W. “Current Industrial Housing Practices in New Zealand”. Proceedings CIB TG27 Open Meeting 2001 in Wellington. Theme: Industrial Housing. Wellington: CIB, 2001. Annex A, 1–10.

Gjerde, M. “Planning for the Future”. Proceedings of the NZIA/CAA International Conference. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of Architects, 2000. 63–72.

Reports

Roguski, M., Kingi, V. & Gjerde, M. Double bunking project: management of the process. Wellington: Victoria University and Crime & Justice Research Centre, 2010.

Storey, J., Gjerde, M., Charleson, A. & Pedersen, M. “Report 6 – The state of deconstruction in New Zealand”. In Chini, A. R. (Ed.) Deconstruction and materials reuse: an international overview – Publication 300. Rotterdam: CIB & University of Florida, 2005.

Gjerde, M. Report of the housing and urban design working party. Wellington: Housing New Zealand Corporation, 2004.

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Books, theses and book chapters

Gjerde, M. (2015). Street perceptions: A study of visual preferences for New Zealand streetscapes. School of Architecture. Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington. PhD: 384pp. http://restrictedarchive.vuw.ac.nz.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/handle/123456789/9019

Gjerde M T, Petrovic E_Eds. (2014) UHPH_14:Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference (Wellington, Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group and Victoria University of Wellington, 2014), 865pp.

Akashi, T., Abiko, A. K., Giddings, B., Gjerde, M. T., Lahti, P _Eds (2014) The accessible city, Rotterdam, CIB – International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction.

Gjerde M. Facing up to nature: New Zealand cities are changing to become more resilient (2014).  In Akashi T, Abiko A K ,Giddings B, Gjerde M & Lahti P [Eds] The accessible city, Rotterdam, CIB – International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction. 23-27

Gjerde, M. (2009). Evaluating the visual qualities of urban streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics. Joint Centre for Urban Design. Oxford, UK, Oxford Brookes University: viii, 142.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Why stop innovating? Recent weathertightness problems in New Zealand. In Anumba, C. J. (Ed.) Innovative Developments in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Rotterdam, Millpress.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. (2002) Building comfortable homes, Wellington, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ.

Gjerde, M., Residential Concrete Detailing and Specification Guide, Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand (July 2000) 110p.

Gjerde, M & Ingham, J, Concrete Buildings not requiring Specific Engineering Design’ Complete section of the New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual, Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand (October 1999) 61 p

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Gjerde, M & Vale, B (2015) Aiming for a Better Public Realm: Gauging the Effectiveness of Design Control Methods in Wellington, New Zealand. Buildings [5] 1: 69-84.

Gjerde M T, 'The potential benefits of retrofitting thermal mass into New Zealand houses', Architectural Science Review (2014), pp. 1-11.

Gjerde, M. (2012) Sure to Rise? Prospects for Recovery and Betterment of the Built Environment Following the Recent Earthquakes in Christchurch, NZ. The International Journal of the Constructed Environment, [2] 3, 99 – 112.

Gjerde, M. (2011) Visual evaluation of urban streetscapes: how do public preferences reconcile with those held by experts? Urban Design International, [16] 3, 153 – 161.

Gjerde, M. (2010) Evaluating design capabilities in medium density infill housing in New Zealand through analysis of entries to a recent competition. Journal of Research in Architecture & Planning, 9.

Gjerde, M., Muir, A. (2010) Evaluation of fluid pressures applied to the building envelope during maintenance. Architectural Science Review, Vol. 53, 333-339.

Other journal articles

Gjerde, M. “Thermal mass retrofit of New Zealand dwellings”. Concrete. [55] 4. 2012. 18–19.

Gjerde, M. ”Reactions to the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan”. Cross-Section. Auckland: NZIA, 2012.

Gjerde, M. “New Zealand’s concrete heritage in housing”. Concrete. [54] 4. 2010. 14–17.

Gjerde, M. “Perceptions of beauty: how do we see concrete buildings?” Concrete. [53] 3. 2009. 10–11.

Gjerde, M. “Designing for Low Maintenance”. Build: Journal of the Building Research Association of New Zealand. 2001. 52–54.

Gjerde, M. “Planning Friendly Cities for the Future”. New Zealand Concrete. [44] 1. 2000. 10–16.

Conference papers

Lesan, M. and M. Gjerde (2015). Management of business activities along streets; an often neglected aspect of urban design. Living and Learning: Research for a better built environment; 49th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association. R. H. Crawford and A. Stephan. Melbourne, University of Melbourne: 16.

Gjerde M (2014) Christchurch’s heroic period: Discussing the city’s important concrete architecture of the 1950s to 1980s.  In proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference, Ed Allan Bluett and Carl Ashby.  Wairakei, New Zealand Concrete Society.  Session 6_Paper 4. 1-12.

Gainsford J and Gjerde M (2014) The Concrete Houses of James Thomas Douce.  In proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference, Ed Allan Bluett and Carl Ashby.  Wairakei, New Zealand Concrete Society.  Session 4A_Paper 2, 1-8.

Lesan M & Gjerde M (2014) Design and Management of Streets in Multicultural Societies: A case study in New Zealand. In UHPH_14: Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference.  Wellington, Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group and Victoria University of Wellington.  393-408.

Gjerde M (2014) Aiming for a Better Public Realm: Gauging the Effectiveness of Design Control Methods in Wellington, New Zealand.  In proceedings of the Building a Better New Zealand Conference, Auckland, BRANZ.

Gjerde, M. (2013). A framework for evaluating and improving design guidance & control. In Proceedings of the 19th CIB World Building Congress, Brisbane 2013: Construction and Society edited by Stephen Kajewski, Karen Manley and Keith Hampson. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. Paper no. 152, pp. 1-12

Gjerde M (2013). Factors Leading to Successful Implementation of the Prison Capacity Development Programme in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the 19th CIB World Building Congress, Brisbane 2013: Construction and Society edited by Stephen Kajewski, Karen Manley and Keith Hampson. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology.

Gjerde, M. & Cairncross, J. (2012) A cost-benefit analysis of thermal mass retrofits for New Zealand dwellings. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) Proceedings of New Zealand Concrete Society Conference '12. Hamilton, NZ Concrete Society. Session2_Paper3. 1-12.

Gjerde, M. (2011). Making improvements the hard way: factors affecting urban transformation following a natural disaster. Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on the constructed environment. Common Ground Publishing, Chicago, Il.

Gjerde, M. (2010). Analysis of infill housing design quality. Proceeding of the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Auckland.

Gjerde, M. (2010) Visual aesthetic perception and judgement of urban streetscapes. In Barrett P, Amaratunga D, Haigh R, Keraminiyage K and Pathirage C (Ed.) Proceedings W101 - Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. May 2010 Salford, United Kingdom, CIB.

Baird, G., Gjerde, M. & Penwell, J. (2010) Performance of two refurbished office buildings - designers' intentions and users' perceptions. In Barrett P, Amaratunga D, Haigh R, Keraminiyage K and Pathirage C (Ed.) Proceedings W098 & W111 - Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress May 2010 Salford, United Kingdom, CIB.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Changing currents: architectural uses for concrete in New Zealand to enhance sustainability outcomes. In Ingham, J. (Ed.) Symposium on Sustainable Concrete and Cement Technologies. Auckland, NZ Concrete Society.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. (2009) Sustainable higher density residential development. 2nd International Urban Design Conference - Survival: Implementing Tomorrow's City. Gold Coast, Qld, Urban Design Australia.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Delivering the future: precast concrete as an appropriate cladding for New Zealand buildings. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '09. Rotorua, NZ, NZCS.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Evaluating the Visual Qualities of Urban Streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics. Oxford UK, Oxford Brookes University.

Gjerde, M. & Holden, G. (2007) Urban sustainability: comparative value of building-top apartments. SUEMoT: International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment. Glasgow, UK, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Gjerde M, Barnes R,  Lee N. (2007). Design of a tri-axial saturated permeability rig to test inorganic polymer concretes. Proceedings of the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Adelaide, The Concrete Institute of Australia. 711-720

Gjerde M, Barnes R. (2007). Durability properties of inorganic polymer concretes which relate to pore structure. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference’07. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 6_7-14

Gjerde, M. (2006) Concrete in modernist housing in New Zealand. In Mangini, G. (Ed.) 2nd fib Congress. Naples, Italy, fib Italia.

Gjerde, M. & McGuire, P. (2006) Weathertightness design resource for concrete masonry. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) New Zealand Concrete Society Conference '06. Christchurch, NZ Concrete Society.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. (2005) Comparative urban sustainability in Wellington. Fabricating Sustainability: 40th ANZAScA Conference. Wellington, CBPR, Victoria University.

Gjerde, M. (2005) Improving urban design control in Wellington, New Zealand. In Blunt, G. (Ed.) Urbanism Down Under '05. Wellington.

Gjerde, M. (2004) Precast concrete as a sustainable cladding solution in New Zealand. In Fuzier, J.-P. (Ed.) fib Symposium - Concrete Structures: the Challenge of Creativity. Avignon, France, Association Francaise de Genie Civil.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Deconstruction: helping to foster a sustainable concrete industry. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '03. Wairakei, NZCS.

Gjerde, M. (2003) Thick skin: the performance of concrete in residential construction in New Zealand. In Gilbert, G., Langston, C. & Robinson, J. (Eds.) Postgraduate Construction Research Conference. Melbourne, RMIT University.

Gjerde M, Storey J & Pedersen M (2003). A Deconstructable Car Parking Building in an Active Seismic Zone. Proceedings of 11th Rinker International Conference on Deconstruction and Materials Reuse. Gainsville FL, CIB. CIB Publication 287.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. (2003) A comparison of cost and thermal performance of concrete and lightweight housing systems in New Zealand. Concrete in the 3rd Millennium: 21st Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Brisbane, Concrete Institute of Australia.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. (2002) The aesthetics of recent concrete architecture. In Walraven, J. (Ed.) The First fib Congress 2002. Osaka, Japan Concrete Institute.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. (2002). Research Activity is a Vital Link in the Teaching of Construction. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalunya. http://tecno.upc.es/arce/index_eng.htm

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. (2002) Construction Studies: An Integrated Approach. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalunya. http://tecno.upc.es/arce/index_eng.htm

Gjerde, M., Munn, C., Bellamy, L. & Alcorn, A. (2002). A Comparison of Cost and Thermal Performance of Concrete and Lightweight Housing Systems in New Zealand. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2002. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 3: 19 - 26.

Gjerde, M & Charleson, A. (2001). Innovation & Excellence: A Review of Recent World Architectural Concrete. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2001. Wairakei, NZCS. 150 – 156.

Gjerde, M, Ingham, J & Wilton, A. (2001) Three New Design Tools for Concrete Masonry Construction in New Zealand. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2001. Wellington, CIB. Abstract 53, Full Paper in CD.

Gjerde M, Gray J & Osterhaus W. (2001) Current Industrial Housing Practices in New Zealand, Proceedings CIB TG27 Open Meeting 2001 in Wellington. Theme: Industrial Housing, Wellington, CIB, Annex A 1 – 10.

Gjerde, M. (2000) Planning for the Future, Proceedings of the NZIA/CAA International Conference, Wellington, New Zealand Institute of Architects. 63 - 72.

Gjerde, M. (1999). Weathering Strategies for Concrete Buildings. Proceedings of Creating in Concrete – Engineering and Architectural perspective. Wairakei, NZCS. Session 4: paper 1.

Other journal articles

Gjerde, M. (2012) Thermal mass retrofit of New Zealand dwellings. Concrete, [55] 4, 18-19.

Gjerde, M. (2012). Reactions to the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, Cross-Section. Auckland, NZIA. www.crosssection.net.nz

Gjerde, M. (2010) New Zealand’s concrete heritage in housing. Concrete, [54] 4, 14-17.

Gjerde, M. (2009) Perceptions of beauty: how do we see concrete buildings? Concrete, [53] 3, 10-11.

Gjerde, M. (2001) Designing for Low Maintenance. Build: Journal of the Building Research Association of New Zealand. May/June, 52 – 54.

Gjerde, M. (2000) Planning Friendly Cities for the Future. New Zealand Concrete. [44] 1. 10-16.

Reports

Roguski, M., Kingi, V. & Gjerde, M. (2010) Double bunking project: management of the process. Wellington, Victoria University and Crime & Justice Research Centre

Storey, J., Gjerde, M., Charleson, A. & Pedersen, M. (2005) Report 6 - The state of deconstruction in New Zealand. In Chini, A. R. (Ed.) Deconstruction and materials reuse: an international overview - Publication 300. Rotterdam, CIB & University of Florida.

Gjerde, M. (2004) Report of the housing and urban design working party. Wellington, Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Gjerde, M. “Analysis of infill housing design quality”. Proceedings of the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Auckland, 2010.

Gjerde, M. “Visual aesthetic perception and judgement of urban streetscapes”. In Barrett, P., Amaratunga, D., Haigh, R., Keraminiyage, K. & Pathirage, C. (Eds.) Proceedings W101 – Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. Salford: CIB, 2010.

Baird, G., Gjerde, M. & Penwell, J. “Performance of two refurbished office buildings – designers' intentions and users' perceptions”. In Barrett, P., Amaratunga, D., Haigh, R., Keraminiyage, K. & Pathirage, C. (Eds.) Proceedings W098 & W111 – Special Track 18th CIB World Building Congress. Salford: CIB, 2010.

Gjerde, M. “Changing currents: Architectural uses for concrete in New Zealand to enhance sustainability outcomes”. In Ingham, J. (Ed.) Symposium on Sustainable Concrete and Cement Technologies. Auckland: NZ Concrete Society, 2009.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. “Sustainable higher density residential development”. 2nd International Urban Design Conference – Survival: Implementing Tomorrow's City. Gold Coast: Urban Design Australia, 2009.

Gjerde, M. “Delivering the future: precast concrete as an appropriate cladding for New Zealand buildings”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference '09. Rotorua: NZCS, 2009.

Gjerde, M. “Evaluating the Visual Qualities of Urban Streetscapes: Gauging professional and lay aesthetic preferences for design characteristics”.Oxford: Oxford Brookes University, 2009.

Gjerde, M. & Holden, G. “Urban sustainability: comparative value of building-top apartments”. SUEMoT: International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment. Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University, 2007.

Gjerde, M., Barnes, R. & Lee, N. «Design of a tri-axial saturated permeability rig to test inorganic polymer concretes”. Proceedings of the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Adelaide: The Concrete Institute of Australia, 2007. 711–720.

Gjerde, M. & Barnes, R. “Durability properties of inorganic polymer concretes which relate to pore structure”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference. Wairakei: NZCS, 2007. 7–14

Gjerde, M. “Concrete in modernist housing in New Zealand”. In Mangini, G. (Ed.) 2nd fib Congress. Naples: fib Italia, 2006.

Gjerde, M. & McGuire, P. “Weathertightness design resource for concrete masonry”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) New Zealand Concrete Society Conference. Christchurch: NZ Concrete Society, 2006.

Holden, G. & Gjerde, M. “Comparative urban sustainability in Wellington”. Fabricating Sustainability: 40th ANZAScA Conference. Wellington: CBPR (Victoria University), 2005.

Gjerde, M. “Improving urban design control in Wellington, New Zealand”. In Blunt, G. (Ed.) Urbanism Down Under. Wellington, 2005.

Gjerde, M. “Precast concrete as a sustainable cladding solution in New Zealand”. In Fuzier, J.P. (Ed.) fib Symposium – Concrete Structures: the Challenge of Creativity. Avignon: Association Francaise de Genie Civil, 2004.

Gjerde, M. “Deconstruction: helping to foster a sustainable concrete industry”. In Bluett, A. (Ed.) The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference. Wairakei: NZCS, 2003.

Gjerde, M. “Thick skin: the performance of concrete in residential construction in New Zealand”. In Gilbert, G., Langston, C. & Robinson, J. (Eds.) Postgraduate Construction Research Conference. Melbourne: RMIT University, 2003.

Gjerde, M., Storey, J. & Pedersen, M. «A Deconstructable Car Parking Building in an Active Seismic Zone”. Proceedings of 11th Rinker International Conference on Deconstruction and Materials Reuse. Gainsville: CIB, 2003. 287.

Gjerde, M. & Munn, C. “A comparison of cost and thermal performance of concrete and lightweight housing systems in New Zealand”. Concrete in the 3rd Millennium: 21st Biennial Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia. Brisbane: Concrete Institute of Australia, 2003.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. “The aesthetics of recent concrete architecture”. In Walraven, J. (Ed.) The First fib Congress. Osaka: Japan Concrete Institute, 2002.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. “Research Activity is a Vital Link in the Teaching of Construction”. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona: Polytechnic University of Catalunya, 2002.

Gjerde, M. & Skates, H. “Construction Studies: An Integrated Approach”. Proceedings of International Congress on the Construction of Architecture and It’s Teaching. Barcelona: Polytechnic University of Catalunya, 2002.

Gjerde, M., Munn, C., Bellamy, L. & Alcorn, A. «A Comparison of Cost and Thermal Performance of Concrete and Lightweight Housing Systems in New Zealand”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2002. Wairakei: NZCS, 2002. 19–26.

Gjerde, M. & Charleson, A. “Innovation & Excellence: A Review of Recent World Architectural Concrete”. Proceedings of the New Zealand Concrete Society Conference 2001. Wairakei: NZCS, 2001. 150–156.

Gjerde, M., Ingham, J. & Wilton, A. “Three New Design Tools for Concrete Masonry Construction in New Zealand”. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2001. Wellington: CIB, 2001. Abstract 53, Full Paper in CD.

Gjerde, M., Gray, J. & Osterhaus, W. “Current Industrial Housing Practices in New Zealand”. Proceedings CIB TG27 Open Meeting 2001 in Wellington. Theme: Industrial Housing. Wellington: CIB, 2001. Annex A, 1–10.

Gjerde, M. “Planning for the Future”. Proceedings of the NZIA/CAA International Conference. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of Architects, 2000. 63–72.

Roguski, M., Kingi, V. & Gjerde, M. Double bunking project: management of the process. Wellington: Victoria University and Crime & Justice Research Centre, 2010.

Storey, J., Gjerde, M., Charleson, A. & Pedersen, M. “Report 6 – The state of deconstruction in New Zealand”. In Chini, A. R. (Ed.) Deconstruction and materials reuse: an international overview – Publication 300. Rotterdam: CIB & University of Florida, 2005.

Gjerde, M. Report of the housing and urban design working party. Wellington: Housing New Zealand Corporation, 2004.

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