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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.

Developing a blue-green infrastructure community engagement framework template (2021)
Journal Article
Everett, G., Lamond, J., & Adekola, O. (in press). Developing a blue-green infrastructure community engagement framework template. URBAN DESIGN International, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41289-021-00167-5

There is growing recognition that Blue-Green Infrastructure (BGI) (parklands, swales, ponds and green roofs, etc.) can reduce flood-risk and also benefit public health and improve environmental quality (air/water quality, biodiversity, etc.). Communi... Read More about Developing a blue-green infrastructure community engagement framework template.

“What makes a house a home?”: A theoretical model for the architectural design of homes based on human psychological needs to support and promote users’ psychological well-being (2021)
Thesis
Al-Tarazi, D. “What makes a house a home?”: A theoretical model for the architectural design of homes based on human psychological needs to support and promote users’ psychological well-being. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6112388

The current PhD thesis investigates the relationship between the Architectural design of homes and inhabitants’ psychological well-being. Psychological wellbeing is understood to be achieved by addressing human psychological needs. In fact, while the... Read More about “What makes a house a home?”: A theoretical model for the architectural design of homes based on human psychological needs to support and promote users’ psychological well-being.

Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms? (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Appleby, T. (2021). Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms?

What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object? The law about the displacement of existing rights by large infrastructure projects is quite tried and tested. Essentially those with property rights are compensated, those who don’t ha... Read More about Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms?.

Planet Pod: Whose-fish-are-they-anyway? (2021)
Digital Artefact
Appleby, T., Condon, J., & Carpenter, A. (2021). Planet Pod: Whose-fish-are-they-anyway?. [https://theplanetpod.com/whose-fish-are-they-anyway/]

Now the dust has settled, what does Brexit mean for local fishermen, for the fish catches and for precious marine habitats like Doggerbank? Join our guests Dr Tom Appleby and John Condon for a thorough update on just what the Brexit deal does and... Read More about Planet Pod: Whose-fish-are-they-anyway?.

Prioritising storage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking (2020)
Journal Article
Marco-Burguete, E., Katie Williams, E. M., & Oliveira, S. (in press). Prioritising storage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking. Interiority,

Inhabitants of UK housing have more possessions than ever, whilst space for living in standardised houses is at premium. The acquisition of material possessions, and how it affects both space and inhabitants’ wellbeing, has not previously been consi... Read More about Prioritising storage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking.

The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography (2020)
Journal Article
Marco-Burguete, E., Williams, K., Oliveira, S., & Sinnett, D. (in press). The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography. Design Journal,

This study provides an exploration of the effectiveness of the architectural model as a means of implementing a sensory ethnographical research methodology. An architectural model, constructed as part of a wider design research approach, became the... Read More about The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography.

Healthy BIM: The feasibility of integrating architecture health indicators using a building information model (BIM) computer system (2020)
Journal Article
Rice, L. (2020). Healthy BIM: The feasibility of integrating architecture health indicators using a building information model (BIM) computer system. Archnet-IJAR, 15(1), 252-265. https://doi.org/10.1108/arch-07-2020-0133

Purpose: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced billions of people into lockdown; foregrounding the important relationship between architecture and health. In this context, there is heightened urgency for the construction sector to improve the healthiness... Read More about Healthy BIM: The feasibility of integrating architecture health indicators using a building information model (BIM) computer system.

A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership (2020)
Journal Article
Marco, E. (2020). A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership. Buildings & Cities,

The B&C special issue EDUCATION & TRAINING: MAINSTREAMING ZERO CARBON raised three challenges: How can education and training be rapidly changed to ensure the creation of zero-carbon built environments? How can this transition be implemented success... Read More about A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership.

Carbon reduction scenarios in the built historic environment (2020)
Report
Lamond, J., Drewniak, D., Wood, M., & Organ, S. (2020). Carbon reduction scenarios in the built historic environment. Historic England

To limit global warming a reduction in energy consumption and carbon emissions from the built environment is crucial. Despite pre-1919 buildings accounting for a large proportion of the existing building stock, the role of these buildings in contribu... Read More about Carbon reduction scenarios in the built historic environment.

After Covid-19: Urban design as spatial medicine (2020)
Journal Article
Rice, L. (in press). After Covid-19: Urban design as spatial medicine. URBAN DESIGN International, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41289-020-00142-6

This article draws out key implications for urban designers from the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly the relation between urban design and health. The entire world is facing the same acute health emergency of Covid-19 which is already impacting half... Read More about After Covid-19: Urban design as spatial medicine.

Installation/Drawing: Spaces of drawing between art and architecture (2020)
Book Chapter
Banou, S. (2020). Installation/Drawing: Spaces of drawing between art and architecture. In K. Chorpening, & R. Fortnum (Eds.), A Companion to Contemporary Drawing (431-450). Wiley Blackwell

The text examines recent practices of expanding drawing from surfaces into three-dimensional constructs, through a review of drawing practices across architecture, installation art and land art. In particular, installations and architectural drawings... Read More about Installation/Drawing: Spaces of drawing between art and architecture.

Towards social housing that affords positive healthy outcomes for an ageing population: A transdisciplinary approach (2020)
Thesis
Robathan, P. Towards social housing that affords positive healthy outcomes for an ageing population: A transdisciplinary approach. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/1490897

This study demonstrates the linkage between design and management of social housing and the wellbeing of older residents and creates a conceptual model of the affordances offered by housing for their health and wellbeing. The conceptual model identif... Read More about Towards social housing that affords positive healthy outcomes for an ageing population: A transdisciplinary approach.

Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England (2020)
Book Chapter
Lamond, J., & Bhattacharya-Mis, N. (in press). Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England. In J. Mendes, G. Kalonji, R. Jigyasu, & A. Chang-Richards (Eds.), Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Manage Disaster RiskElsevier

Replicas and representation – reflections on authenticity at Bath Abbey (2020)
Other
Littlefield, D. (2020). Replicas and representation – reflections on authenticity at Bath Abbey. website: https://replicas.stir.ac.uk/

Article considering the status of the replica in heritage contexts - in particular, asking whether the replica can extend or enhance the authenticity perceived in the original object. Blog article for University of Stirling website "New Futures for... Read More about Replicas and representation – reflections on authenticity at Bath Abbey.

A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects (2020)
Journal Article
Mahammedi, C. E., Mahdjoubi, L., Booth, A., Akram, H., & Butt, T. E. (2020). A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects. Environmental Research, 191, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2020.110180

© 2020 Elsevier Inc. Health and safety hazards associated with the redevelopment of contaminated sites can be complex and pose considerable risks. A systematic literature review was conducted on risk assessment tools for contaminated sites. These too... Read More about A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects.

Indicators of healthy architecture: A systematic literature review (2020)
Journal Article
Rice, L., & Drane, M. (2020). Indicators of healthy architecture: A systematic literature review. Journal of Urban Health, 97, 899–911. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11524-020-00469-z

The design of the built environment plays an important role as a determinant of health. As a society, we are spending an increasing proportion of our time indoors and now spend over 80% of our life inside, so the design of buildings can greatly impac... Read More about Indicators of healthy architecture: A systematic literature review.

Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Littlefield, D. (2020, August). Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica. Paper presented at ACHS 2020 Futures, UCL, London UK

Bath Abbey is undergoing a substantial programme of conservation and change; including the removal and reinstatement/replacement of the 847 ledger stones comprising its floor. The floor is, in fact, almost entirely comprised of these burial markers.... Read More about Time and value at Bath Abbey: Erosion, fragmentation and the role of the replica.

The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter (2020)
Book Chapter
Banou, S. (in press). The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter. In F. Goffi (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Architectural Drawings and Models: From Translating to Archiving, Collecting and Displaying. London: Routledge

This chapter draws from Frascari’s discussion of “Drawings as loci for thought” () as well as earlier research on the “situation of drawing” (Banou 2015), to propose that the drawing archive inherits modes of embodied cognition from the particular mo... Read More about The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter.

Kaleidoscopic drawings: Sights and sites in the drawing of the city (2020)
Book Chapter
Banou, S. (2020). Kaleidoscopic drawings: Sights and sites in the drawing of the city. In S. Ewing, & I. Troiani (Eds.), Visual Research Methods in Architecture. Bristol: Intellect

The city’s presence is conventionally described and comprehended in architectural representation and print media through ocular-centric processes of figuration. Yet, the means through which this visualization proceeds is not strictly sensory, and at... Read More about Kaleidoscopic drawings: Sights and sites in the drawing of the city.