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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Building Information Modelling and Green Buildings: Challenges and Opportunities Ayman M. I. Raouf, Sami G. Al-Ghamdi Aug 01, 2018
Building Investment Decision Support (BIDS) Vivian Loftness, FAIA (Carnegie Mellon University), Volker Hartkopf (Carnegie Mellon University), Beran Gurtekin (Carnegie Mellon University) Mar 01, 2005
Building is Only Half of the Battle: Multi-level interventions to impact change Erin Peavey, AIA (HKS Inc.) Nov 01, 2019
Building Literacy: A Simulated Environment to Learn Building Technology Shahin Vassigh (Florida International University) Dec 01, 2011
Building the Business Case: Health, Wellbeing and Productivity in Green Offices World Green Building Council (WGBC) Oct 31, 2016
Building-Integrated Carbon Sequestration Techniques: Towards Mitigating Climate Change Jayati Chhabra (Georgia Institute of Technology), Tarek Rakha (Georgia Institute of Technology) Oct 02, 2020
Buoyant Ecologies: Research, Collaboration, and Resilience at the Edge Adam Marcus (California College of the Arts) Apr 26, 2017
Business and Architecture: New Directions for Rural & Small Hospitals J. Mark Smith, MBA, Assoc. AIA (Easter and Mason Healthcare Consulting Corporation) Jul 01, 1999
By Proxy: Design Problems and Collaborative Inquiry Michael Leighton Beaman (Beta-field; Rhode Island School of Design; University of Virginia) Apr 26, 2017
Can an Architect Design a Space that Will Unconsciously Create a Mood that Would Motivate People to Be More Productive? Irving M. Weiner (Massasoit Community College) Jul 12, 2011