Constructed Environment Journal

Latest publications:
Sound Environment as an Element of Urban Analysis for Public Spaces

The aim of the paper is to present a methodological approach to urban analysis that includes the sound environment, relying on sound effects associated with space, culture, and society.

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Published online: January 6, 2015

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The Impact of Graphic Design and Art Works on Environmental Aesthetic: An Appraisal of Nigerian Public Architectural Building Decorations

This paper examines the philosophy behind the erecting of graphic design art work and sculptural pieces in decorating public places and buildings in Nigeria.

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Published online: January 6, 2015

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A Penetrable Bubble: Sustainable Metropolitan Park “La Carlota”

"La Carlota" is located east of the city of Caracas, Venezuela. This paper describes the proposal to turn this area into a sustainable metropolitan park.

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Published online: January 6, 2015

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Consumer Participation in Public Housing Design and Development: A Panacea for Post-occupancy Modification of Residential Buildings in South-Eastern Nigeria

Housing estates in South-East Nigeria have witnessed different forms of post- occupancy. This research evaluates two housing estates in Owerri, attempting to sustain the character of future housing estates.

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Article: Electronic

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Mies' Illinois Institute of Technology: Spatial Experience of Structure in American Urban Planning around WWII

Understanding the design process of Mies's IIT offers an intervention model for the contemporary city through architectural design still in place today

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Published online: September 29, 2014

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Green Roof Sound Behavior in Dry and Humid Conditions

Green roof sound insulation made with local materials such as coconut fiber substrate in dry and humid conditions.

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Published online: September 29, 2014

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Loose Space, Inclusive Life: A Case Study of Mong Kok Pedestrian Bridge as an Everyday Place in a Densely Populated Urban Area

Using Mong Kok Pedestrian Bridge as a case study, this research focuses on investigating the looseness of public space, the inclusiveness of urban life, and their interrelationship.

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Published online: June 13, 2014

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The International Journal of the Constructed Environment , Volume 5, Issue 2, January 2015

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Issue: Print

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Application of Evidence Theory to Construction Projects

To improve the decision process throughout the life-cycle of large-scale construction projects, an evidential reasoning framework based on the Dezert-Smarandache theory of plausible and paradoxical reasoning is described and used.

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Published online: June 4, 2014

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Local Government Planning Law and Urban Design for Active Living

This article is comprised of a discussion and analysis of how Australian local government law, can be used to implement active living and 'walkability' into urban design.

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Published online: June 4, 2014

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