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  • Psalms 

    Phillips, M (TateLondon, 2024-05-01)
    Apart from the faint clicking of ultrasonic sensors, the occasional clunk of motors engaging, and the random squeak of rubber tyres on polished gallery floors, Psalms slowly and silently performs it’s graceful, predefined ...
  • ISBN 9780367341435 

    Phillips, M (RoutledgeLondon, 2021-12-31)
    This chapter explores the origins of creative practice-based research, its roots in the Art College system and its struggle to emerge imago like in the University system. It reflects on the academicisation of art and ...
  • Bronze Spheric Theme 

    Phillips, M; Hodges, J; Tate, (Tate St Ives, 2020-01-20)
    Interactive Projection of a virtual Bronze Spheric Theme for Tate St Ives Naum Gabo Exhibition co-produced with i-DAT and Tate Digital.
  • spɛktə/ - on Digital Dust, Ectoplasm and the Infinite Architecture of the Fulldome. 

    Phillips, M (Wiley, 2024-08-01)
    The history of the fulldome is intertwingled with architectural mechanisms for viewing and representing the heavens, weaving the mythological, the divine and theological, the astronomical and astrological into the fabric ...
  • Developing Sustainable Makers 

    Macpherson, P (University of Plymouth Pressuk, 2023-07)
    This essay will discuss my developed professional and teaching knowledge of sustainable making processes and how I have used this to focus creative learners on how to explore personal values and strengthen their sustainable ...
  • Unboxing the Black Box 

    Macpherson, P; Smith, R; Phillips, M; Dooley, R; Aga, B; Crogan, P (https://www.swctn.org.uk/news/, 2022-09)
  • Impact of Energy-Consuming Air Conditioning Systems on People's Thermal Comfort and Preferences: Comparative Study of Iraq and Gulf Cooperation Council Countries 

    Al-Hafith, O; B.K., S; De Wilde, P; Korsavi, S
    <jats:p>This study investigates the impact of the intense usage of air-conditioning systems on the thermal comfort requirements of building occupants. It compares the thermal comfort requirements of building occupants in ...
  • A Review of the Iraqi Housing Sector Problems 

    Al-Hafith, O; Satish, BK; Wilde, P
    Housing is one of the important necessities for people. It comes after food and drink according to Maslow’s pyramid of human needs. It also influences countries’ social cohesion, stability and development and at the same ...
  • The Thermal Performance Prospects of Courtyards in Cold Conditions 

    Al-Hafith, O; B.K., S; de Wilde, P
    Aiming at developing more thermally comfortable and energy efficient buildings, some studies have been advocating using traditional architecture’s passive design strategies. Among the rarely investigated architectural ...
  • An Adaptive Thermal Comfort Model for Residential Buildings ‎in Iraq 

    Al-Hafith, O; B.K., S; de Wilde, P (2019-04-11)
    In Iraq, the temperature reaches around 0 °C in winter and 50 °C in summer. Aiming at providing thermal comfort for people, studies have been advocating developing innovative thermally responsive designs or adopting ...

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