Items where Research Area is "Architecture and the built environment"

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Darko, Amos, Chan, Albert P.C., Owusu-Manu, De-Graft and Ameyaw, Ernest E. (2017) Drivers for implementing green building technologies : an international survey of experts. Journal of Cleaner Production, 145, pp. 386-394. ISSN (print) 0959-6526

Darko, Amos, Chan, Albert Ping Chuen, Ameyaw, Ernest Effah, He, Bao-Jie and Olanipekun, Ayokunle Olubunmi (2017) Examining issues influencing green building technologies adoption : the United States green building experts' perspectives. Energy and Buildings, 144, pp. 320-332. ISSN (print) 0378-7788

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Flintham, Matthew (2017) Toras Fort: a speculative study of war architecture in the landscape. In: Bennett, Luke, (ed.) In the ruins of the Cold War bunker : affect, materiality and meaning making. London, U.K. : Rowman & Littlefield International. pp. 97-111. (Place, Memory, Affect) ISBN 9781783487332

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Gough, Tim (2017) Trans-architecture. Footprint, 11(2), pp. 51-66. ISSN (print) 1875-1490

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Hunt, Andrew (2017) Gonzo curating. Art Monthly, 403, pp. 6-11. ISSN (print) 0142-6702

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Ioannidou, Ersi (2017) Daniel Libeskind's three lessons in architecture : an allegory on the tools of the (post-) modern architect. In: The Tools of the Architect : EAHN Conference; 22 – 24 Nov 2017, Delft and Rotterdam, The Netherlands. (Unpublished)

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Jakob, Anke and Collier, Lesley (2017) Sensory enrichment for people living with dementia : increasing the benefits of multisensory environments in dementia care through design. Design for Health, 1(1), pp. 115-133. ISSN (print) 2473-5132

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Kubicki, Kathy (2017) Khadija Saye remembered by Kathy Kubicki tutor At UCA Farnham. Artlyst,

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Lawrence, David [Speaker] (2017) British Rail designed. In: Late Debate : Designing the Tube; 26 Jan 2017, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Lawrence, David [Speaker] (2017) How technology trends are impacting the movement of goods and people. In: Intelligent Mobility : The Future of Transport Today & Tomorrow - Imagine Conference & Enxhibition 2017; 07 - 08 Jun 2017, Milton Keynes, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Melia, Matthew (2017) 'The post Kubrickian' : Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg and A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Screening the Past, 42, ISSN (online) 1328-9756

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Rossi, Catharine (2017) Selling craft. The Architectural Review, 1438, pp. 6-11. ISSN (print) 0003-861X

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Scholze, Jana (2017) Barber Osgerby: projects. London, U.K. : Phaidon. 312p. ISBN 9780714874838

Scholze, Jana (2017) Why gather? The luxury of time and space. In: Nouveau Reach : Past, Present and Future of Luxury; 11 - 14 May 2017, Toronto, Canada. (Unpublished)

Silvestre, Bruno [Architect] (2017) Padre Cruz social housing, Lisbon, Portugal. Building.

Stara, Alexandra (2017) The radicality of mimesis : towards a proposition for contemporary architecture. In: Copycat. Dealing with Dangerous Mimesis; 23-25 Feb 2017, Weimar, Germany. (Unpublished)

Suess, Eleanor [Artist] (2017) Carriage. (Artists' Film).

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Wells, M. J. (2017) Relations and reflections to the eye and understanding : architectural models and the rebuilding of the Royal Exchange, 1839–44. Architectural History, 60, pp. 219-241. ISSN (print) 0066-622X

Williams, Austin (2017) Back to earth : anti-seismic prototype in Guangming by Edward Ng, Li Wan, Ximan Chi. The Architectural Review, 241(1443), pp. 48-53. ISSN (print) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin (2017) Chapel in Suzhou by Neri & Hu. The Architectural Review, 241(1440), pp. 36-44. ISSN (print) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin (2017) China's urban revolution: understanding Chinese Eco-cities. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. 220p. ISBN 9781350003255

Williams, Austin (2017) Cultivating the garden : Museum of Intangible Cultural Heritage by Vector Architects. The Architectural Review, 241(1442), pp. 76-83. ISSN (print) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin [Producer] and Jiang, Hao [Film editor] (2017) Edge Town/Che Feng. (documentary film *Chinese & Englsih subtitles)).

Williams, Austin (2017) How China transformed its cities from environmental disasters - an what the west can learn. Building Design,

Williams, Austin (2017) Material rebirth. The emotionally charged work of Liu Jiakun celebrates the vitality of 'everydayness'. The Architectural Review, 241(438), pp. 50-56. ISSN (print) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin (2017) REFLEXIVE VERVE. Architectural Review, 241(1444), 46 - 52. ISSN (online) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin (2017) Tsinghua Architecture School extension in Beijing, China by Li Xiaodong Atelier. The Architectural Review, ISSN (print) 0003-861X

Williams, Austin (2017) Understanding "sustainability" and attitudes of students to the concept of "sustainable development" in China and the UK. In: Issa, Tomayess , Isaias, Pedro and Issa, Theodora, (eds.) Sustainability, green IT and education strategies in the twenty-first century. Cham, Switzerland : Springer. pp. 77-102. (Green energy and technology) ISBN 9783319570686

Williams, Austin (2017) West can sneer all it wants, China is in the ecological driver's seat. South China Morning Post,

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