Memories: 8th AicE-Bs2018Sheffield, UK, 14-15 Jul 2018

Published: 15 Jul 2018

Programme Booklet
Keynote Speaker Booklet
Abstract Book
Proceeding

 

Slides:
Opening
Oral Presentations
Keynote Presentation
Award Presentations & Closing
Dinner

 

Best Paper Awards

THE Best Paper Award
Jingjing Wang, Yiru Pan, Karim Hadjri
School of Architecture, Faculty of Social Science, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Score: 12.1 / 13.5
Creative Housing Design: Promoting sustainable living in cohousing community in the UK
Prize valid for AicE-Bs2019: RM1,000 cash; Registration Fees; (Excluding Abstract Fees)

1st Runners Up
Buket Senoglu1, Hilmi Ekin Oktay2, Isami Kinoshita1
Environmental Science and Landscape Architecture, Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University, Japan, Landscape Architecture, Architecture and Design Faculty, Van Yuzuncu Yil University, Turkey
Score: 11.03 / 13.5
Visual Effect of Modern Buildings on a Traditional Japanese Garden
Prize valid for AicE-Bs2019: RM750 cash; Registration Fees; (Excluding Abstract Fees)

2nd Runners Up
Madihah Mat Idris*, Magda Sibley, Karim Hadjri
School of Architecture, Faculty of Social Science, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Score: 9.9 / 13.5
Investigating space use patterns in a Malaysian hospital courtyard garden: Lessons from real-time observation of patients, staff and visitors
Prize valid for AicE-Bs2019: RM500 cash; Registration Fees; (Excluding Abstract Fees)

Special Mention
Maimon Ali1, Norhafizah Abdul Rahman2, Izham Ghani2
Department of Town and Regional Planning, Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Score: 7.55 / 13.5
Interpreting the Meaning of Housing Quality towards Creating Better Residential Environment
Prize valid for AicE-Bs2019: RM250 cash; Registration Fees; (Excluding Abstract Fees)

Special Effort Award
Mariia Ermilova*, Mitsunari Terada, Isami Kinoshita
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Science, Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University, Japan
Tsurushibina Craft Story in the Context of Community Development: Inatori District of Higashiizu Town, Japan