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Vol: 39 No: 3

Vol : 39   No: 3

TITLE: Pos t -Disaster Housing Reconstruction to Enable Resilient Communities   2014

  • LINKING ORGANISATIONAL COMPETENCY TO PROJECT SUCCESS IN POST-DISASTER RECONSTRUCTION
  • RESPONSIBLE RECONSTRUCTION:THE ARCHITECT’S ROLE
  • PERMANENT HOUSING IN COMMUNITY SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL RECOVERY: THE CASE OF T. VILUFUSHI, MALDIVES
  • GLOBAL AND REGIONAL PARADIGMS OF RECONSTRUCTION HOUSING IN BANDA ACEH
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE ACROSS FOR SAFER SELFRECOVERY IN POST-DISASTER SHELTER
  • TIME-EFFICIENT POST-DISASTER HOUSING RECONSTRUCTION WITH PREFABRICATED MODULAR STRUCTURES
  • REFLECTIONS ON RESIDENTIAL REBUILDING AFTER THE VICTORIAN BLACK SATURDAY BUSHFIRES
  • CORDAID’S POST-DISASTER SHELTER STRATEGY IN HAITI: LINKING RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT
  • PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENTS AND ASSOCIATED RISK IMPLICATIONS FOR POST-DISASTER HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN DHAKA
  • Editorial: Pos t -Di sas ter Hous ing Recons t ruc t ion to Enabl e Res i l ient Communi t ies .
  • Guest Editors

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    Email
    Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed,
    School of Architecture & Design, RMIT University. Australia.
    Esther Charlesworth
    School of Architecture & Design, RMIT University. Australia.

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    Vol :  39   No:  2  

    TITLE: Improving Energy Efficiency In The Existing Housing Stock.  2014

  • Negotiating Green Retrofitting Standards In Danish Urban Renewal :- The Case Of Copenhagen
  • ENERGY COSTS, RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY, AND SEGREGATION IN A SHRINKING CITY.
  • ‘DEAL OR NO DEAL?’: ASSESSING THE UK’S NEW GREEN DEAL .
  • UPGRADING ENERGY EFFICIENT HOUSING AND CREATING JOBS: IT WORKS BOTH WAYS
  • ENERGY POLICY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE DUTCH NON-PROFIT HOUSING SECTOR
  • ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN FRENCH SOCIAL HOUSING RENOVATIONS VIA DESIGN-BUILD-MAINTAIN.
  • ANALYSIS OF ENERGY-EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS IN SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLINGS IN CONCEPCION, CHILE
  • ANALYSIS OF THE ACCURACY OF INDIVIDUAL HEAT METERING AND CHARGING.
  • ENERGY SAVING POLICIES FOR HOUSING BASED ON WRONG ASSUMPTIONS?
  • Editirial Vol 39 no2 2014
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    Guest Editor
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    Address
    Email
    Dr. Henk Visscher,
    OTB Research for the Built Environment, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Envornment, Delft University of Technology, Jaffalaan 9, 2628 BX Delft, The Netherlands.


     

      

    Vol :  39   No:  1  

    TITLE: OPEN ISSUE: Covering Climate-Adaptive Behaviours, Collaborative Design, Courtyard House, Feng Shui, Deconstruction, Housing Co-operatives, Urban Planning, Low Carbon Cities Frameworks, Loft Conversions, Sustainable Urbanism.  2014

  • SUSTAINABLE URBANISM: MOVING PAST NEO-MODERNIST & NEO-TRADITIONALIST HOUSING STRATEGIES.
  • SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN RURAL YAYLA SETTLEMENTS.
  • THE LAYERED DEPENDENCY STRUCTURE MATRIX FOR MANAGING COLLABORATIVE DESIGN PROCESSES.
  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COURTYARD HOUSING USING FENG SHUI.
  • DEMOLITION VERSUS DECONSTRUCTION: IMPACTS OF FENESTRATION DISPOSAL IN BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECTS.
  • A REVIEW OF LOFTS AS HOUSING IN ISTANBUL
  • HOUSING COOPERATIVES IN THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: DEVELOPMENT AND CURRENT PRACTICE.
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF OPEN SPACE: THE NEED FOR UNIFORM POLICY ?
  • LANDSCAPE AND SUSTAINABILITY: THREE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE BUILDINGS IN THE TROPICS
  • Editorial: Vol 39 No 1 2014
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    Guest Editor
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    Address
    Email
    Nicholas Wilkinson
    Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Gazimagusa, Mersin 10, Turkey


     

     

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