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Latest publications:
The Gap of Teaching Sustainability in Planning and Urban Design Programs in Saudi Arabia

This research explores the gap of teaching sustainability in Saudi urban design and planning schools based on case studies of three major planning programs in the country.

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Published Online: January 22, 2016

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The International Journal of Design in Society , Volume 10, Issue 3, December, 2016

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The International Journal of Design in Society , Volume 10, Issue 4

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The International Journal of Design in Society , Volume 10, Issue 1, March, 2016

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The International Journal of Design in Society , Volume 10, Issue 2, June, 2016

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Detachable Images and the Shaping of the Postmodern City: The Work of Gordon Cullen

The rise of image makers to dominant positions in postwar architectural discourse coincided with increased circulation of images in the mass media stream, detached from their initial context and ideology.

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Published Online: September 24, 2015

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Negotiating Identities in the Designs for New Luxury Condominiums in Neo-liberal India

This paper focuses on the phenomenal embrace of luxury condominiums as the desired and preferred residential typology for the elite in wake of neo-liberal economic and social transformations in India.

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Published Online: November 24, 2015

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ICT4[n]: An Alternative Approach to Technology Design and Development that Extends the Distributed Strength of Ugandan Women

Collaborating with a Ugandan Field Team, I explore an alternative approach to the design and development of ICTs that builds upon the distributed strength of women working in open-air markets.

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Published Online: November 24, 2015

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Using Creative Practice to Re-conceptualize Provision of Services in Intractable Situations

The authors developed and tested a model that posits that creative processes are useful in reconceptualising intractable on-going problems. The model was tested by service provider organisations.

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Published Online: October 22, 2015

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Applying Gibson's Theory of Affordances to Interior Design

A psychological theory of perception based on affordances is applied to interior design, offering a new framework toward innovation in design.

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Published Online: October 22, 2015

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