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To Build or Not to Build: Going Live is [Not] Just Being Practical!
(Association of Architectural Educators, 2014)
Increasingly students and faculty alike are calling for a “hands-on” approach to architecture and building construction as an integral part of the architectural education. Schools of architecture have implemented courses ...
A study of thermal comfort and thermal preferences in the upland tropical climate of Uganda, Proceedings of 9th Windsor Conference: Making Comfort Relevant, Cumberland Lodge
Upland tropical climates, are often regarded as ‘benign’, but are of increasing concern, particularly with regard to thermal comfort in the context of climate change induced thermal comfort of university students in the ...
Zero degrees of separation: Adapting architecture to climate change
(Uganda Martyrs University, 2017-06-19)
It is widely acknowledged that buildings contribute a considerable proportion of global GHG emissions in their construction and use, making them a key contributor to global climate change. It is however the case that only ...
Embodied energy of the common wood fired brick.
(The Architectural Science Association, 2017)
With calls for environmentally conscious building design and construction on the increase across East Africa, the need to better appreciate the environmental credentials of commonly used materials has become a priority.Lack ...