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Healthy cities, diseasogenic cities and the Global South (2021)
Book Chapter
Rice, L. (2021). Healthy cities, diseasogenic cities and the Global South. In A. A. R. Ioris (Ed.), Environment and Development: Challenges, Policies and Practices (37-65). Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55416-3

There are growing urban health issues globally, whereby social and environmental living conditions in cities and towns are contributing to poor health outcomes. As the Global South is predicted to house almost all new cities and the majority of all u... Read More about Healthy cities, diseasogenic cities and the Global South.

The question concerning types: A review (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Landi, D. (2021, November). The question concerning types: A review. Paper presented at REGION: 18th Annual International Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA) Conference, Loughborough University

A characteristic of the 21st century for architecture as a discipline and profession is dealing with contemporary challenges such as a failure of traditional economic models, an urban and architectural density, technological literacy, migration pheno... Read More about The question concerning types: A review.

Ethics of open types (2021)
Book Chapter
Landi, D. (2021). Ethics of open types. In Architecture and Collective Life. Routledge

A characteristic of the 21st century for some societies is the establishment of better healthcare systems, a reduction in infant mortality and a growing number of adults living longer. However, these accomplishments can have a downside. For example,... Read More about Ethics of open types.

Status of BIM implementation in the Dominican Republic construction industry – an empirical study (2021)
Journal Article
Silverio, A. K., Silverio Rodriguez, A. K., Suresh, S., Renukappa, S., & Heesom, D. (in press). Status of BIM implementation in the Dominican Republic construction industry – an empirical study. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-05-2021-0253

Purpose: The increased use and proven benefits of building information modelling (BIM) worldwide suggest that its implementation could be of great help in diminishing inefficient traditional practices in the Dominican Republic (DR) construction indus... Read More about Status of BIM implementation in the Dominican Republic construction industry – an empirical study.

Enhancing the engineering properties of subgrade materials using processed waste: A review (2021)
Journal Article
Amakye, S. Y., Abbey, S. J., Booth, C. A., & Mahamadu, A. (2021). Enhancing the engineering properties of subgrade materials using processed waste: A review. Geotechnics, 1(2), 307-329. https://doi.org/10.3390/geotechnics1020015

Subgrade materials refer to the original ground underneath a road pavement, when these materials are made up of expansive soil it is referred to as expansive subgrade. Sometimes, these materials do not have sufficient capacity to support the weight o... Read More about Enhancing the engineering properties of subgrade materials using processed waste: A review.

Assets-based approaches to developing age friendly communities: Learning from the Bristol Ageing Better programme (2021)
Journal Article
Beardmore, A., Beynon, P., Crabbe, C., Fry, C., Fullforth, J., Groome, J., …White, J. (in press). Assets-based approaches to developing age friendly communities: Learning from the Bristol Ageing Better programme. Working with Older People, https://doi.org/10.1108/WWOP-07-2021-0038

Purpose: International attention is increasingly turning to the challenge of creating age-friendly environments. This study aims to examine the application of asset-based approaches in undertaking community development projects with older people. The... Read More about Assets-based approaches to developing age friendly communities: Learning from the Bristol Ageing Better programme.

Municipal solid waste generation, composition, and resident awareness of recycling in Oman (2021)
Journal Article
Umar, T. (2022). Municipal solid waste generation, composition, and resident awareness of recycling in Oman. International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 13(1), https://doi.org/10.4018/IJSESD.290317

Currently, the entire daily MSW generated in Oman which is roughly equal to more than 5,000 tons is disposed at more than 300 dumpsites which create a number of sustainability issues. This article attempts to know the composition of MSW in Oman. The... Read More about Municipal solid waste generation, composition, and resident awareness of recycling in Oman.

The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Bellamy, A. (2021). The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.16601423.v2

Architect Niall McLaughlin states successful design stems from an ability to “…imagine what it is to be someone else experiencing a place. This intuition is the cornerstone of an architect’s role.” Through architectural education and practice, first-... Read More about The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter.

The whittling away of wonderful ideas (2021)
Journal Article
Hickman, H., Croft, N., McClymont, K., Sheppard, A., & Foroughmand-Araabi, H. (in press). The whittling away of wonderful ideas. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, July / August 2021, 242-248

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