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Poster Programme

POSTER SESSION 1 – Tuesday, 22 July 2008, 13:00-14:00

P01.01

A technology roadmap for capital projects: challenges and opportunities for architecture education
JA Vanegas*, MJ Clayton: Texas A&M University, USA

P01.02

Sydney’s APEC summit siege: grounding the socio-political and ecological discussions in architectural education
BC Maturana¹*, S Mellersh-Lucas²: ¹University of Melbourne, Australia; ²Deakin University, Australia

P01.03

Holistic earth tube heat exchanger design for specific locations
H Chavda*, F Stevenson: Oxford Brookes University, UK

P01.04

The sustainable use of water as instrument for urban landscape: an environmental regeneration case-study
F Corsico, A Mazzotta*, M Robiglio: Polytechnic of Turin, Italy

P01.05

Energy saving architecture by following the laws of nature
U Heine: Clemson University, USA

P01.06

Sustaining grounds: new paradigms in campus design
DB Hill: North Carolina State University, USA

P01.07

Assessing sustainable adaptation of historic building to climate changes of Iran
A Mohammad Morad, M Akhtarkavan*: University of Science & Technology, Iran

P01.08

A service – learning pedagogy: quality homes for our communities
G Bizios*, K Wakeford: North Carolina State University, USA

P01.09

A building use model for assessing environmental impact
JY Song: University of Cambridge, UK

P01.10

Spatial, environmental and occupational flexibility as sustainable parameters of urban housing
P Dou*, KA Steemers: University of Cambridge, UK

P01.11

The logics of sustainability re-envisioned: implications for architectural teaching and research
M McGlynn: Kansas State University, USA

P01.12

Sustainable vernacular architecture solutions using natural environmental resources (Case study: Hot regions of Iran)
F Soflaei Shahrbabak*, M Shokouhian: Islamic Azad University, Iran

P01.13

Design build programs as a teaching tool for sustainability
RT Gabbard: Kansas State University, USA

P01.14

How proper the advantages of using daylight in saving energy in Egyptian governmental daylit office buildings is taken, and why?
D Salem¹*, H Sadek²: ¹Ain Shams University, Egypt; ²Housing and Building Research Center, Egypt

P01.15

Indoor thermal conditions in Iranian traditional architecture in hot arid climate
J Khodakarami*, N Nasrollahi: Ilam University, Iran

P02.01

To shelter or not to shelter? Shaping and nurturing creativity in early design studios
JB Thomas, Lehigh University, United States

P02.02

Combining architecture and educational and environmental imperatives in innovative ways
D Hes, S Wilks*: The University of Melbourne, Australia

P02.03

Changing the notion of Space for the notion of Medium in architectural teaching
R Martinez¹,²*, P Rutherford¹: ¹University of Nottingham, UK; ²USACH, Chile

P02.04

Examining the impact of changing contexts of learning environment on the enhancement of students’ motivation for learning technologies of low energy construction
M Noguchi*, S Stewart, K Gonsalves: The Glasgow School of Art, UK

P02.05

Teaching the culture of building: case study of an integrated design-build workshop
M Mehaffy: INTBAU USA, USA and Centre for Environmental Structure – Europe, UK

P02.06

Experiments in the development of the studio culture experience
W Burford*, J Lonsdale: University of Gloucestershire, UK.

P02.07

Adjust
B Dougan: Texas A&M University, USA

P02.08

Project X: Student led and free running multi disciplinary design workshops - out of control and un-disciplined! No way!
G Bell*, J Carrick, C Longbottom, M Attard, Z Vrcelj: The University of New South Wales, Australia

P02.09

Creating the group sense: Constructive learning-teaching studio environment
T Ulusu Uraz, B Özmen Mayer*: Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus

P02.10

Architectural education and social perspectives: Establishing the human context of everyday urban life through design studios
D Oktay: Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus

P02.11

Bridging the gap: Architecture and planning in the design studio
T Gorst*, M Devereux: University of the West of England, UK

P02.12

Challenging practice through changing values
AC Pooley: Cardiff University, UK

P02.13

CURI Research Campus – Design Studio
H Bornholdt: Clemson University, USA

P02.14

The design studio: educating the architect
N Charalambous: University of Nicosia, Cyprus

P03.01

Sustainable Schools: Can participation make better learning environments? Can participation encourage sustainable behaviour?
A Wheeler: The University of Nottingham, UK

P03.02

Civic and urbane architecture: traditional and modernist lessons
PP Palazzo¹*, S Ficher²: ¹Centro Universitário Euro-Americano, Brazil; ²Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

P03.03

Asleep at the switch: Architectural education for disaster response in the 21st century
SF Verderber: Clemson University, USA

P03.04

Initiative recover
A Canfora: University of Virginia, United States

P03.05

Considering the King’s sustainability philosophy and local practice for future studio teaching; a case of FACMU, Chiang Mai, Thailand
K Teeraparbwong*, K Wongwitkarn: Chiang Mai University, Thailand      

P03.06

Community, technology, and the land
D Neff: New York Institute of Technology, USA

P03.07

Pedagogic techniques in vernacular architecture education: Comparative analysis of UK and Nigeria
WG Brisibe: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P03.08

Developing sustainable architecture education in Kuwait University: beginning from where the others ended
A Al-Hassan, S Dudek: University of Newcastle, UK

P03.09

Sustainable housing – Studio teaching from real experience of Gujarat (India) earthquake
VR Shah*, MR Chauhan:  CEPT University Ahmedabad, India

P03.10

Building Research and Teaching in the 21st Century:  Learning and Teaching Structures for Outdoor World – An Environment Friendly Model to Ecotourism
EH Mutubuki: University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

P04.01

Mind the gap! Resources to inspire architects of the future to restore buildings of the past
N Steketee*, L Lowell: Collège du Léman, Switzerland

P04.02

Environment-responsiveness in design through site orientation: A study of buildings in Abbottabad city, Pakistan
IA Shah, MW Shah*, S Ullah, I Ahmad, F Ullah, R Zeb, I Hussain: N-WFP University of Engineering and Technology Abbottabad, Pakistan

P04.03

The 'live' project in architectural education
S Atkinson: The University of Texas, USA

P04.04

The refurbishment of Ipoh Railway Station, Perak, Malaysia: A case study
KS Kamal¹*, LA Wahab¹, AG Ahmad², S Shabri², SB Abd Karim³: ¹University Technology MARA, Malaysia; ²University Science, Malaysia; ³University of Manchester, UK

P04.05

Preserving the architectural heritage in the refurbishment of Batu Gajah District Court Complex, Perak, Malaysia
LA Wahab¹*, KS Kamal¹, AG Ahmad², S Shabri², SB Abd Karim³: ¹University Technology MARA, Malaysia, ²University Science, Malaysia, ³University of Manchester, UK

P04.06

Designing a residential neighbourhood in the old texture of Yazd; A harmonic approach between the architecture, culture and environment
M Sadeghipour Roudsari: Shahid Beheshti University, Iran

P04.07

Thermal comfort and student performance in a classroom
DM Ogoli: Judson University, USA

P04.08

Sustainable design through a systemic physical ambiences approach
C Demers*,  A Potvin: Laval University School of Architecture, Canada

P05.01

Integrating creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship into design education
RC Hill, JA Vanegas*: Texas A&M University, USA

P05.02

Graphic statics: teaching structures through design
MH Ramage: Cambridge University, UK

P05.03

Master class: a reflective practice design studio
V North¹*, R Martin¹, P Plowright¹, S Williamson², B Williamson²: ¹Lawrence Technological University, USA; ²Williamson/Williamson, Canada

P05.04

Teaching about meaning in architecture
J Sewell: Boston University, USA

P05.05

Prolegomena to a didactics of architecture
S Melissinopoulos: University of Edinburgh, UK

P05.06

Critical Environmentalism - re-structuring the epistemological framework for architectural education
CK Anz: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA

P05.07

Deep into projecting
B Moncada: Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela

P05.08

Action-based interprofessional learning and teaching: communication and consultancy skills for architecture
MA Schnabel, ELC Howe*: University of Sydney, Australia

P05.09

Making it real: integrating design and construction teaching
M Gjerde: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

P05.10

Architectural composition in teaching architectural design: the state of the art
M Trisciuoglio: Politecnico di Torino, Italy

POSTER SESSION 2 – Wednesday, 23 July 2008, 12:45-13:45

P06.01

Are urban planners visionaries, or infrastructure operatives?
A Potter: John McAslan + Partners, UK

P06.02

Teaching Civic Concinnity: How towns emerge
MC Childs, University of New Mexico, USA

P06.03

CitySection: a web-based environment for urban research
A Johnston: Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston, USA

P06.04

Mapping urbanism
K Hutzell: Carnegie Mellon University, USA

P06.05

The urban laboratory: community design in architectural education
J Kline*, K Hutzell, R E Samahy, L Rico-Gutierrez: Carnegie Mellon University, USA

P06.06

An Inquiry into the relation of 'space and society': Discussing the works of Henri Lefebvre (1971) and Bill Hillier (1984)
K Patel: University of Michigan, USA

P06.07

Energy consumption of domestic new build and the availability of onsite incident energy resources: Implications on providing net-zero CO2 urban environments
I Hamilton: Fulcrum Consulting, UK

P06.08

Cities and buildings
NM David: Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria

P06.09

Sustained patterns
HAA Abdul-Shaheed: Babylon University, Iraq

P06.10

Urban design for architects: Global education and local implementations
SO Hoskara: Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus

P06.11

Towards an Urban Renaissance: Development of an architectural language at Upton
BM Edgar¹,²: ¹The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, UK; ²English Partnerships, UK

P06.12

Urban planning features in Lithuania
M Burinskiene*, J Venckauskaite: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

P06.13

Holistic inventories of sustainable design of buildings in the historic city of Allahabad for consequent re-generation
D Kumar Dwivedi, University of Allahabad, India

P07.01

Architecture divided: the three option curriculum for US education
MJ Clayton: Texas A&M University, USA

P07.02

Will architects be left behind in an age of accelerating change?
R Hill: Texas A&M University, USA

P07.03

A study about the significance of practice in the architecture education

 

'Design-Build Studio by Yildiz Technical Universit-ICUS Faculty of Architecture-2006: Primary School Construction in Anatolia'
ZG Unal: Yildiz Technical University, Turkey

P07.04

Fostering environmental + social action in the 21st Century Design Studio
P Crisman: University of Virginia, USA

P08.01

On site renewable energy generation – a practical proposition or complete folly?
CDF Matson: RYB Konsult, UK

P08.02

Integrating material culture into foundation design studios
R Arens: California Polytechnic State University, USA

P08.03

‘Solar Cube’ ETSAV – a project for teaching, researching and monitoring on building integrated photovoltaic
T Masseck*¹, F Iglesias²: ¹Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain; ²University Ramon Llull, Spain

P09.01

Environmental stewardship through visualization and meditation training in architecture pedagogy
CA Matz: New York Institute of Technology, USA

P09.02

A building energy consumption simulation toward the application of sustainable design strategies. Case Study: Watt Hall
SH Lin*, T Spiegelhater, M Schiler, C Kappeller: University of Southern California, USA

P09.03

A web-based resource guide for sustainability tools and methods for undergraduate architecture students
S Marathe*¹, K Kensek¹, M Schiler¹, M Milne²: ¹University of Southern California, USA, ²University of California at Los Angeles, USA

P09.04

Can virtual crits promote reflective conversation?
R Abdellatif: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

P10.01

Evolving representation techniques in schools of architecture
L Farrelly: University of Portsmouth, UK

P10.02

Aesthetic for the 21st Century
G Sarin: Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, UK

P10.03

The hero designer: Self-identity, rationalization and the role of grade inflation in undergraduate architectural education
L Bachman*¹, C Bachman²: ¹The University of Houston-Central, USA, ²The University of Houston-Downtown, USA

P10.04

Resetting theory to achieve a pertinent architecture
F Loyola Nagelis: Universidad de Chile, Chile

P10.05

Revamping humanities education in architecture - Creating a sense of purpose
K Das: CEPT Ahmedabad, India

P10.06

Multi-stream approach to teaching design theory
O Faruque: Cal Poly, USA

P11.01

Enquiring envelopes: speculative environmental technology in part 1 education
AC Wilson: Sheffield Hallam University, UK

P11.02

Accessible architectural education through distance learning - a Canadian model
WJ Ferwerda: University of Guelph, Canada

P11.03

Challenging mimesis: re-envisioning architectural education in the Indian subcontinent
S Bhattacharjee²,³, A Sane¹,³,4,5,6*: ¹LBHSS Trust’s College of Architecture; ²University of Mumbai, India; ³Council of Architecture, India; 4University College London, UK; 5Charles Wallace Research Fellow 2006-07, UK; 6INTBAU, UK & India

P11.04

The learning organisation and the evolution of practice academy concepts
MJ Malecha: College of Design at North Carolina State University, USA

P11.05

Architecture education, a new vision to today & tomorrow
F Salehi: Bahonar University, Iran

 

 

 

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