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Innovative refurbishment strategies for poorly performing housing stock in Scotland, UK

Conference Proceeding
Bros-Williamson, J., Stinson, J., Reid, A., & Gravrand, D. (2016)
Innovative refurbishment strategies for poorly performing housing stock in Scotland, UK. In 41st IAHS WORLD CONGRESS Conference Proceedings
Scotland is currently increasing its housing stock at a rate of less than 1% per year. With 174,000 households registered on local authority waiting lists for new or improved ...

Digital Lighting for the Analogue Museum.

Conference Proceeding
Innes, M. (2015)
Digital Lighting for the Analogue Museum. In PLDC 2015 Proceedings
Exhibition lighting in museums and galleries usually strives to render the true nature of the surface of the exhibits. This would normally include using light sources that pro...

Madlener House.

Other
Burton, K. (2015)
Madlener House. Chicago, USA
A work for violin and cello commissioned by Access Contemporary Music and the Chicago Architecture Foundation. The work explores the relationship between music and architectur...

Lighting Design as a Second Language.

Presentation / Conference
Innes, M. (2015, October)
Lighting Design as a Second Language. Presented at LES RENCARDS DE L’ACETYLÈNE 2015, Paris
Lighting Education for Non-Specialists: How does anyone end up working as a lighting designer? We have all discovered the joy of lighting design through different routes. Whe...

Etched in the Memory.

Journal Article
Forster, A. M., Vettese-Forster, S., & Borland, J. (2015)
Etched in the Memory. RICS Building Conservation Journal, 28-29
Alan Forster, Samantha Vettese-Forster and John Borland explore the cultural value of preserving historic graffiti.

External design data: Chapter 2 Environmental design: CIBSE Guide A

Other
Levermore, G., Dixon, J., Eames, M., Hanby, V., Junaidi, H., Muneer, T., …Virk, D. (2015)
External design data: Chapter 2 Environmental design: CIBSE Guide A
This chapter provides the basic weather and solar data required for manual calculation of heating and cooling loads in the UK and Europe. For building simulation purposes, hou...

Solar Energy Measurements

Book Chapter
Muneer, T., & Tham, Y. W. Solar Energy Measurements. In Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, (1-34)
Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118985960.meh423
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has recommended a standard terminology for various radiation fluxes and the classification of the associated instruments. The units...

The place-based impact of built environments: Diabetes, living conditions, homes and neighbourhoods

Journal Article
Sidawi, B., Deakin, M., & Al-Hariri, M. T. A. (2016)
The place-based impact of built environments: Diabetes, living conditions, homes and neighbourhoods. Indoor and Built Environment, 25(3), 495-508. https://doi.org/10.1177/1420326x14556909
Abstract Many studies have demonstrated the adverse effect built environments have on health and differentiated between their direct and indirect impacts. In the case of diabe...

An examination of the role of sound in defining the city in the context of Edinburgh

Journal Article
Vettese-Forster, S., Gowans, S., Case, J., & Maciej, K. (2014)
An examination of the role of sound in defining the city in the context of Edinburgh. European Academic Research, 1, 3218-3247
The surfeit of generic and place-specific sounds that exist in the urban environment contribute to what has been referred to as the soundscape. Within the built environment so...

The Dichotomy of Gallery Lighting.

Conference Proceeding
Innes, M. (2013)
The Dichotomy of Gallery Lighting
Sight is the principal sense used by most gallery visitors, hence light is an essential element required for visitors to appreciate the exhibits, but light can also damage the...

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