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Hugh Byrd

Adjunct Professor
School of Architecture
Location: Building 001, Room 2038

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Hugh Byrd as Principal Supervisor

Garelja, Antonia (2021). Fast food, slow city: A food and cultural, educational facility in Auckland's CBD (Master of Architecture (Professional))
Jucutan, Alexandra Alexis Mondejar (2021). Bayanihan in Mindanao (Master of Architecture (Professional))

Publications

Byrd, H., Matthewman, S., & Rasheed, E. (2022). Air-conditioning in New Zealand: power and policy. Buildings & Cities (Vol. 3(1)).

Ahmadian, E., Sodagar, B., Mills, G., Byrd, H., Bingham, C., & Zolotas, A. (2019). Sustainable cities: The relationships between urban built forms and density indicators. Cities (Vol. 95).

Byrd, H., & Matthewman, S. (2019). Rebuilding Christchurch's Infrastructure: an analysis of political mismanagement. ICDEM 2019: 21st International Conference on Disaster and Emergency Management, Rome.

Byrd, H., Matthewman, S., & Kenny, C. (2018). The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on Future Urban Form in New Zealand's Cities. Urbanism NZ, Wellington NZ.

Rasheed, E., & Byrd, H. (2018). Can a naturally ventilated office outperform a mixed mode office? Pilot study on occupants' comfort. Building & Environment (Vol. 137).

Ahmadian, E., Byrd, H., Matthewman, S., Miles, G., Christine, K., & Sodagar, B. (2018). Energy and the form of cities: the counterintuitive impact of disruptive technologies. Architectural Science Review (Vol. open access).

Xinxin, Wang., Bradbury, Matthew., Melchiors, Lucia., & Byrd, Hugh. (2018). COLLABORATIVE STUDENT AND COMMUNITY DESIGN IN A TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE PLANNING A FLOOD RESILIENT WATERFRONT IN NEW ZEALAND. ISOCARP, Holland.

Rasheed, E., Byrd, H., Money, B., Mbachu, J., & Egbelakin, T. (2017). Why are naturally ventilated office spaces not popular in New Zealand? Sustainability (Vol. 9(6)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4156

Byrd, H. (2017). The Power of Suburbia. Berger,A. & Kotkin, J. & Guzman,C, New York.

Mandal, A., & Byrd, H. (2017). Density, energy and metabolism of a proposed smart city. Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs, Auckland, New Zealand (Vol. 1(2)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4114

Mirza, L., & Byrd, H. (2017). Towards appreciating the importance of windowscapes: Evaluation and suggestion for improvement of New Zealand Building Code. Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs (Vol. 2(1)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4155

Byrd, H., & Rasheed, E. (2016). The Productivity Paradox ib Green Buildings. Sustainability (Vol. 8(4)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3580

Byrd, H. (2015). Waiheke Library The design and monitoring of a near zero energy building. Auckland, New Zealand, Waiheke Island.

Byrd, H., & Matthewman, S. (2014). Exergy and the City: the technology and sociology of power (failure). Journal of Urban Technology (Vol. 21(3)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4048

Byrd, H., & Matthewman, S. (2013). Renewable energy in New Zealand: The reluctance for resilience. E. Michalena & J. Hills, London.

Byrd, H. (2012). Post-occupancy evaluation of green buildings: the measured impact of over-glazing. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 55(3)).

Byrd, H. (2012). The case for policy changes in New Zealand housing standards due to cooling and climate change. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (Vol. 14(4)).

Ramli, M., & Byrd, H. (2012). Towards a sustainable built environment in Malaysia. Pulau Pinang, Malaysia, Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Byrd, H., & Matthewman, S. (2012). Warm up New Zealand: Heat smart - a critical overview. New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 27(2)).

Byrd, H. (2012). The anatomy and demise of decorative brickwork on artisans' housing in Birmingham. Journal of Architectural Conservation (Vol. 18(2)).

Hussain, N. H., & Byrd, H. (2012). Towards a compatible landscape in Malaysia: An idea, challenge and imperatives. Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, Transforming Cities Research Initiative (Vol. 35 (2012)).