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'The big flower'. Image by by Mr. Connell Vaughan.

'The big flower'. Image by by Mr. Connell Vaughan.

UCD School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture - Research Publications 2010/11

Below is the list of research publications for the UCD School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in the academic year 2010/11




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Book Chapters
Mr Paul Arnold
Paul Arnold (2011) 'Kells: Conserving an enigma' In: Loughlin Kealy; Stefano F. Musso (eds). Conservation /Transformation. Leuven, Belgium: EAAE.  
Dr Finola O'Kane Crimmins
Finola O'Kane (2011) 'An Absentee Family's Suburban Demesne; The Making of Mount Merrion, Co. Dublin' In: Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridegway (eds). The Irish Country House; Its Past, Present and Future. Dublin: Four Courts Press.  
Finola O'Kane (2011) 'Conversions at Borris House and Demesne, Co. Carlow, Ireland' In: Loughlin Kealy & Stefano Musso (eds). Conservation/Transformation. Leuven, Belgique: EAAE Transactions on Architectural Education.  
Finola O'Kane (2010) ''Bargains in View'; The Fitzwilliam Family's Development of Merrion Square, Dublin' In: The Eighteenth-century Dublin Townhouse. Dublin: Four Courts Press.  
Mr Michael Pike
GKMP Architects (2010) 'Urban Landscaping in Kilkenny' In: Dr. Sandra O'Connell (eds). Irish Architecture, The RIAI Annual Review. Dublin: RIAI. Available Online  
Professor John Tuomey
edited by Alan Berman (2010) 'working with Stirling' In: Alan Berman (eds). Jim Stirling and the Red Trilogy. London: Frances Lincoln Ltd.  
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Peer Reviewed Journals
Mr Paul Kenny
Hernandez, P., Kenny, P. (2011) 'Development of a methodology for life cycle building energy ratings'. Energy Policy, 39 (6):3779-3788. Available Online  
Dr Samantha Martin-Mcauliffe
Samantha Martin-McAuliffe (2011) 'Review: Emerging Landscapes'. .  
Mr Michael Pike
Pike M, Scanlon E (2011) 'Habitus - the social anthropology of the contemporary Dublin House Extension'. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 111C :311-336. Available Online  
Mr Emmett Scanlon
Pike M, Scanlon E (2011) 'Habitus - the social anthropology of the contemporary Dublin House Extension'. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 111C :311-336. Available Online  
Ms Elizabeth Shotton
Byrne J., Fenton M., McDermott J., Hemberg E., O'Neill M., McNally C., Shotton E. (2011) 'Combining Structural Analysis and Multi-Objective Criteria for Evolutionary Architectural Design'. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6625 :200-209.  
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Other Journals
Mr Michael Pike
GKMP Architects (2010) 'Urban Landscaping in Kilkenny' Architecture Ireland, (253):44-45.Available Online  
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Conference Publications
Professor Hugh Campbell
Hugh Campbell (2011) How the mind meets architecture: what photography reveals Society of Architectural Historians, 64th annual meeting,  
Hugh Campbell, Alice Clancy (2010) The Ambient Optic Array - Scale and Size in recent photography and architecture AHRA Annual conference, SCALE,  
Mr David Igoe
Doherty P., Igoe D. and Gavin K. (2010) Instrumented static pile load testing Field procedures, data interpretation and recent developments Proc. of the Bridge, Concrete and Infrastructure Conference, Cork, Ireland,  
Dr Samantha Martin-Mcauliffe
Samantha Martin-McAuliffe (2010) The Ethics of Giving and Receiving: A Study of the Iveagh Markets, Dublin Portrait of the City, Dublin, Ireland,  
Samantha Martin-McAuliffe and Lisa Smirl (2010) Gated Continuities: the Compound in the Historical Perspective Ordnance: War and Architecture, University College Cork, Ireland,  
Samantha Martin-McAuliffe (2010) New Order on Ancient Traditions: Dublin's Iveagh Markets European Urban History Conference, Gent, Belgium,  
Dr Finola O'Kane Crimmins
Finola O'Kane (2011) Rapporteur for Borris House and Demesne . In: Loughlin Kealy and Stefano Musso eds. Conservation/Transformation, Kilkenny, Ireland, 45 - 49  
Mr Michael Pike
Michael Pike (2010) Scale and Identity in the Housing Projects of Coderch Scale: AHRA Conference 2010,  
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