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La Maison Suspendue: Imaginary Solutions For an Everyday Domestic Machine

Designing the French Interior : The Modern Home and Mass Media

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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... and regeneration of the individual” (1937: n. p.). Similar to the role newspapers (mass media) played in creating nationalism, according to Benedict Anderson, the “machine house” employed “technical means for re-presenting … [a] kind...

Professional conduct of architects

Sarah Lupton

Sarah Lupton, MA, DipArch, LLM, RIBA, FCIArb – a partner in Lupton Stellakis and Reader in professional studies at Cardiff University. Lectures widely on subjects relating to construction law, and acts as adjudicator and expert witness in construction disputes. She is a member of a large number of industry and professional committees, and is also an elected member of the Architects Registration Board. Sarah is the author of many books, including a series on standard form building contracts, and is the editor of Which Contract? and The Architect’s Handbook of Practice Management. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Peter Anderson

Peter Anderson, LLB (Hons), currently Senior Litigation Partner at Simpson & Marwick, Ediburgh. In 1992 became a Solicitor-Advocate and in 2002 a Fellow of Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. In 1991 was appointed Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Legal Adviser. In 1994, he became a Tribunal Judge for Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeal Panel and Board; 2002 was appointed Chairman, Disciplinary Tribunal, Institute of Chartered Accounts and in 2003 was appointed judge in sheriff courts, Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Architect’s Legal Handbook : The Law for Architects

Architectural Press, 2006

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... Professional conduct of architects SARAH LUPTON AND PETER ANDERSON 1 Codes of professional conduct 1 .05 F ailure to comply with the ARB Code could result in the removal of the person’s name from the register, terminating...

Notes and references

Peter Tregenza

Peter Tregenza is Emeritus Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield. As an architect and engineer he has been fascinated by the beauty and complexity of daylight for more than forty years, teaching and studying the subject internationally. He has been Visiting Professor at the National University of Singapore and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and has worked in schools of architecture in the UK, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand, and China. He has been involved in the research activities of the Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage, especially the CIE/WMO International Daylight Measurement Project and European Union programmes. His publications include many research papers on daylighting and he is the co-author with David Loe of The Design of Lighting (Routledge, 1998). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Michael Wilson

Michael Wilson is Principal Research Fellow in the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Westminster, UK. He was Director of the Low Energy Architecture Research Unit from 1987 until 2010. He has undertaken more than 25 research, dissemination and demonstration projects in daylighting, acoustics and energy for the European Commission. In particular he coordinated a research project on sun tracking systems and projects producing interactive teaching packages on daylight. He has lectured in the UK, throughout Europe, in South America and South Africa. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Daylighting : Architecture and lighting design

Routledge, 2011

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... how This chapter is a general introduction to the physical concepts children learn to understand the world. Development theory of illuminating engineering; these are covered by general was advanced by Anderson [42], while Bartlett [43]...

The New Science of Making

Mario Carpo

Mario Carpo is the Reyner Banham Professor of Architectural Theory and History, the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London. After studying architecture and history in Italy, Dr. Carpo was an Assistant Professor at the University of Geneva in Switzerland, and in 1993 received tenure in France, where he was first assigned to the École d’Architecture de Saint-Etienne, then to the École d’Architecture de Paris-La Villette. He was the Head of the Study Centre at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montréal from 2002 to 2006, and the Vincent Scully Visiting Professor of Architectural History at the Yale School of Architecture from 2010 to 2014. Dr. Carpo’s research and publications focus on the relationship among architectural theory, cultural history, and the history of media and information technology. His award-winning Architecture in the Age of Printing (MIT Press, 2001) has been translated into several languages. His most recent books are The Alphabet and the Algorithm (MIT Press, 2011) and The Digital Turn in Architecture, 1992– 2012 (Wiley, 2012). Dr. Carpo’s recent essays and articles have been published in Log, The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Grey Room, L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui, Arquitectura Viva, AD/Architectural Design, Perspecta, Harvard Design Magazine, Cornell Journal of Architecture, Abitare, Lotus International, Domus, Artforum, and Arch+. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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LabStudio : Design Research between Architecture and Biology

Routledge, 2018

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... of today’s digitally intelligent designers already use extensively. As works by Achim Menges, Neri Oxman, Jenny Sabin, and Peter Lloyd Jones among others, have shown, we can now design and fabricate materials with variable properties...

A visual language of the workplace

Peter A. Bacevice

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Peter A. Bacevice is Director of Research for HLW International. In addition, he is a researcher with the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business where he has been involved in a long-term study of coworking and the growth of the mobile workforce. Pete divides his time professionally between New York and Ann Arbor, Michigan. He holds a PhD in Education from the University of Michigan. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Hannah Beveridge

Hannah Beveridge is a Senior Associate and Senior Design Strategist for HLW International where she works alongside the design team to align design strategy with clients’ business strategies and real estate needs. Having worked in Australasia, the UK and Europe across a range of sectors, Hannah brings broad knowledge of workplace trends and industry benchmarks to her work. She holds a BA in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Melbourne, a BA in Interior Architecture from Monash University, and a Masters of Innovation, Creativity and Leadership from Cass Business School. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Liz Burow

Liz Burow is Associate Principal and Director of Strategy and Discovery for HLW International where she leads a team of design strategists and workplace planners that service clients globally. Liz and her team work directly with clients to uncover needs and collectively build key programming, visioning and planning strategies. She has also developed and taught numerous courses at the intersection of design and business at Parsons The New School for Design in New York. Liz graduated from Washington University with a B.A. in Architecture and earned her Masters of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Creating the Productive Workplace : Places to Work Creatively

Routledge, 2018

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... Hillier, B. and Hanson, J. (1984) The Social Logic of Space . New York: Cambridge University Press. Kelliher, C. and Anderson, D. (2010) Doing more with less? Flexible working practices and the intensifica- tion of work. Human Relations ,...

Case Study: Microfabrication: Spatializing Cell Signaling and Sensing Mechanisms

Keith Neeves

Keith Neeves is an Associate Professor in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at the Colorado School of Mines. He obtained his BS in chemical engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder, a PhD in chemical and biomolecular engineering at Cornell University, and was an NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. His lab at the Colorado School of Mines investigates transport phenomena in biological and geological media. His research has been recognized with NSF CAREER, Colorado Bioscience Association Educator of the Year, and Biomedical Engineering Society Young Innovator awards and is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, and the American Heart Association. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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LabStudio : Design Research between Architecture and Biology

Routledge, 2018

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... Isabelle Caelen, André Bernard, David Juncker et al., “Formation of Gradients of Proteins on Surfaces with Microfluidic Networks,” Langmuir 16(24) (2000): 9125–9130. 5 J. Cooper McDonald, David C. Duffy, Janelle R. Anderson et al.,...