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John H. Stubbs

John H. Stubbs is Christovich Senior Professor of Architectural Preservation Practice and Director of the Master of Preservation Studies program in the School of Architecture, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Formerly Vice President for Field Projects for the World Monuments Fund, he is an international architectural conservation consultant. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Robert G. Thomson

Robert G. Thomson is trained as a historical archaeologist and preservation planner. He is currently the Federal Preservation Officer for the Presidio Trust, San Francisco, California, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Architectural Conservation in Asia : National experiences and practice

Routledge, 2017

Book chapter

... NEPAL In recent decades, Nepal’s dramatically rugged landscape and ethereal historic wood and masonry religious structures, public buildings and houses have benefited from the sustained attention of foreign architectural heritage...

Transformation of Compositional Frameworks

Michael Hann

Professor Michael Hann (BA, M.Phil, PhD, FRSA, FTI) holds the Chair of Design Theory at the University of Leeds. He is also Director of the University of Leeds International Textiles Archive (ULITA). He has published across a number of subject areas, has made numerous key-note addresses at international conferences, and is an acknowledged international expert on the geometry of design. Previous publications with Berg are: Structure and Form in Design (2012) and Symbol, Pattern and Symmetry (2013). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Stripes, Grids and Checks

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...Introduction The intention of this penultimate chapter is to illustrate the results of a procedure to transform grid structures into forms of potential value to practitioners. Various types of grid, based on well-known classes...

Conclusion to Part IV

John H. Stubbs

John H. Stubbs is Christovich Senior Professor of Architectural Preservation Practice and Director of the Master of Preservation Studies program in the School of Architecture, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Formerly Vice President for Field Projects for the World Monuments Fund, he is an international architectural conservation consultant. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Robert G. Thomson

Robert G. Thomson is trained as a historical archaeologist and preservation planner. He is currently the Federal Preservation Officer for the Presidio Trust, San Francisco, California, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Architectural Conservation in Asia : National experiences and practice

Routledge, 2017

Book chapter

... The nations of South Asia share some of the longest and most enduring institutions for modern architectural conservation, as well as centuries-old traditions that guide the care of culturally valued places. Together these have created...

Green building and the Least Developed Regions

Peter Ozolins

Peter Ozolins, PhD established his architectural practice (www.peterozolinsarchitect.com) in 1998 after more than 20 years’ experience as an architect in Africa, the Middle East and the U.S. During a 9 year residence in Madagascar and Tanzania he designed education and health-related projects for a variety of non-governmental organizations. He has also done consulting work for USAID, UNESCO and NGO's in various African countries, Iraq and Nepal. His U.S.-based work includes university, commercial and residential projects as well as continued overseas work. Peter Ozolins earned his PhD from Virginia Tech in Environmental Design and Planning, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED accredited professional with the US Green Building Council. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sustainability and Scarcity : A handbook for green design and construction in developing countries

Roudlege, 2015

Book chapter

... Developed Regions SUSTAINABILITY AND GREEN BUILDING Just what does the well-used word ‘sustainability’ mean, and how does it relate to notions of green building? In 1986, Robert Repetto, noted economist and Yale University professor...

Green building issues in the Least Developed Regions

Peter Ozolins

Peter Ozolins, PhD established his architectural practice (www.peterozolinsarchitect.com) in 1998 after more than 20 years’ experience as an architect in Africa, the Middle East and the U.S. During a 9 year residence in Madagascar and Tanzania he designed education and health-related projects for a variety of non-governmental organizations. He has also done consulting work for USAID, UNESCO and NGO's in various African countries, Iraq and Nepal. His U.S.-based work includes university, commercial and residential projects as well as continued overseas work. Peter Ozolins earned his PhD from Virginia Tech in Environmental Design and Planning, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED accredited professional with the US Green Building Council. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sustainability and Scarcity : A handbook for green design and construction in developing countries

Roudlege, 2015

Book chapter

... Least Developed Regions While there are overarching and unifying themes that underlie all considerations of sustainability and the built environment, an individual intervention must address the specifics of place and time in order...

Democratizing Conservation

Richard A. Engelhardt

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Richard A. Engelhardt was the UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture in Asia and the Pacific from 1994 to 2008, based in Bangkok, where he headed UNESCO’s culture sector programs for the Asia-Pacific region. He was educated in history, archaeology, and anthropology of the Asia-Pacific region at Yale and Harvard universities. Following his graduation, he joined the United Nations where, for 30 years, he directed heritage conservation and culture development projects throughout the Asia and the Indo-Pacific region on behalf of UNESCO. In this capacity, Engelhardt has pioneered many regional initiatives in the fields of culture, heritage and creativity, including the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Conservation Awards. As the Head of the UNESCO Office in Cambodia, Engelhardt launched and directed the international safeguarding campaign for Angkor during the 1990s. In recognition of his services in the preservation of the Angkor monuments, H.M. King Norodom Sihanouk awarded Engelhardt the prestigious title of Commandeur de l'Ordre Royal du Cambodge. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Heather A. Peters

Heather A. Peters is a research anthropologist, specializing in China, with a special focus on the ethnic diversity of Yunnan Province. She obtained her Ph.D. from Yale University. From 1997 to 2015, she served as a Senior Consultant in the Culture Unit of UNESCO Bangkok. She develops, oversees, and coordinates cultural projects covering issues ranging from the protection and development of World Heritage sites to the prevention of trafficking and unsafe migration of young ethnic minority women and men from Yunnan, China to Thailand, as well as the creation of culturally and linguistically appropriate HIV/AIDS, trafficking and drug prevention materials. Specifically, she has worked on projects aimed at integrating preservation and development of World Heritage sites in the Old Town of Lijiang in Yunnan province and the Hani Rice Terraces in Honghe, Yunnan, seeking to harmonize the perceived conflict between preservation and economic development (especially tourism). Recently, she has focused on the importance of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) to communities today, the rights of indigenous peoples and communities at World Heritage sites, and the role of culture in development. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Montira Horayangura Unakul

Montira Horayangura Unakul received her AB in Economics and East Asian Studies from Harvard University and MArch-MCP from the University of California, Berkeley and was trained in heritage conservation at ICCROM. She was awarded a Yenching Fellowship to Peking University, the Raymond L Prize in Community Design and meritorious commendations for service to various institutions in Thailand. She has worked with UNESCO since 2001, where she has conceptualized and managed projects in World Heritage, built heritage conservation, museums, cultural tourism, community-based heritage management, heritage education, intercultural dialogue, and peace education. She currently serves on the advisory boards of the Siamese Heritage Trust, the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, and the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts. She lectures and publishes extensively on cultural heritage issues. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Human-Centered Built Environment Heritage Preservation : Theory and Evidence-Based Practice

Routledge, 2019

Book chapter

... Democratizing Conservation Challenges to Changing the Paradigm of Cultural Heritage Management Richard A. Engelhardt, Heather A. Peters, and Montira Horayangura Unakul1 Heritage management, both cultural and natural, was conceived...

Indian Subcontinent, 1400–1750

George Michell

George Michell is Professorial Fellow in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Australia. He has researched the art, archaeology and architecture of many historic sites in India. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture Volume 2

© the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the University of London, 2019

Sir Banister Fletcher chapter

...During this period, the Indian subcontinent (present-day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal) together with Sri Lanka was divided among many separate kingdoms. As some polities expanded, so did their architectural influence...

Green building strategies for the Least Developed Regions

Peter Ozolins

Peter Ozolins, PhD established his architectural practice (www.peterozolinsarchitect.com) in 1998 after more than 20 years’ experience as an architect in Africa, the Middle East and the U.S. During a 9 year residence in Madagascar and Tanzania he designed education and health-related projects for a variety of non-governmental organizations. He has also done consulting work for USAID, UNESCO and NGO's in various African countries, Iraq and Nepal. His U.S.-based work includes university, commercial and residential projects as well as continued overseas work. Peter Ozolins earned his PhD from Virginia Tech in Environmental Design and Planning, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED accredited professional with the US Green Building Council. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sustainability and Scarcity : A handbook for green design and construction in developing countries

Roudlege, 2015

Book chapter

... the Least Developed Regions APPROPRIATE GREEN BUILDING STRATEGIES In order to be sustainable, a building designed for and built in the LDR context must respond to the critical issues of sustainability that apply there. While many issues...

Case studies

Peter Ozolins

Peter Ozolins, PhD established his architectural practice (www.peterozolinsarchitect.com) in 1998 after more than 20 years’ experience as an architect in Africa, the Middle East and the U.S. During a 9 year residence in Madagascar and Tanzania he designed education and health-related projects for a variety of non-governmental organizations. He has also done consulting work for USAID, UNESCO and NGO's in various African countries, Iraq and Nepal. His U.S.-based work includes university, commercial and residential projects as well as continued overseas work. Peter Ozolins earned his PhD from Virginia Tech in Environmental Design and Planning, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED accredited professional with the US Green Building Council. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sustainability and Scarcity : A handbook for green design and construction in developing countries

Roudlege, 2015

Book chapter

... Chapter 4: Case studies PURPOSE AND UTILITY The importance of these case studies is not that they are the best exemplars of green building in the LDR context but that, through them, the issues and oppor- tunities of sustainability can...