Dr Richard Hyde

PhD, Oxford Brookes University, UK; Bachelor of Science (Honours), Aston University,UK; Diploma of Architecture, Birmingham Polytechnic, UK.
Professor

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 5600

Biographical details

Sustainable architectural design emerged in the latter half of the 20th century as a major determinant in shaping the nature of building design, research and practice. Professor Hyde’s research is based on the notion that the social and cultural change to a more sustainable future is a journey, which involves transformation of current economic, social and environmental theory and practice.

A central construct to this approach is to explore the bioclimatic context to design, extending on Olgay’s foundation work though the idea of climate responsive design; through using the poetic and pragmatic issues of site and climate as a determinant, the conceptual and technical development of project is enhanced (Hyde 2001). Extensions to this approach came though the IEA Task 28 on Sustainable Solar Housing leading to a recent book (Hyde 2008) and IEA Task 47 and forthcoming book on Sustainable Retrofitting (Hyde 2012). This work has involved developing and integrating new green technologies in conjunction with the Forest and Wood Products Association, The Institute of Wood Science, USA and over thirty industry partners. This cross-disciplinary work resulted in a demonstration project creating an innovative lightweight sustainable prototype building (Healthy Home Project Australia); it is cited for ‘best practice’ in the Commonwealth of Australia sustainable design guidance.

The need to aid transformation supported the development of new sustainable design standards and design tools. To this he has coordinated numerous projects through the Sustainable Tourism Collaborative Research Centre leading to innovative international Earthcheck Standards for the design and operational phases of sustainable development. http://www.earthcheck.org/. The theoretical work is found in recent books (Hyde 2007) http://www.crctourism.com.au. Notable tools involved computer-based design systems such as an energy-conservation tool for architects called LTV developed in conjunction with The Martin Centre, the University of Cambridge, UK.

His current activities involve working on technical, social and cultural aspects of sustainable design and are focussed around Australian Research Council (ARC) and Forest and Wood Products Association (FWPA) funding. The project Towards a Quality of Life Framework for Sustainable Housing in South East Queensland, (Hyde, R.A., Gardner, T., Skoein, P., Rutherford, L., Walton, C., Wadley, D.A., ARC Linkage 2006-2011), explores the role of social aspects of sustainability; Quality of Life is used as a measure of progress to sustainable development. Innovation of this project has come from the inclusion of environmental factors in the QoL model (Upadhyay 2012), and the influence of QoLe on environmental performance of housing (O'Callaghan 2012). More technical projects for example Towards Novel Biomimetic Building Materials: Evaluating Aboriginal and Western Scientific Knowledge of Spinifex Grasses, P Memmott (UQ) S. Schmidt (UQ), Hyde, R., (University of Sydney), D. Martin (UQ), R. Fensham (Qld Herbarium) ARC Discovery, in conjunction with the University of Queensland, focuses on the use of biomimetics to explore the development of new building materials. http://www.aboriginalenvironments.com/index. (Memmott, Hyde, Davidson 2010). Drawing from work of Benyus, J. M. (1997), Biomimetics in this context is seen as using nature as a mentor, model and measures for research and practice. (Gamage, Hyde, 2011 and 2012)

A new project in 2011 examines the function of thermal mass on energy performance and energy storage (Effective use of Thermal Mass in Residential Timber-framed Construction-Scoping study for developing rules of thumb for direct gain systems, Hyde, R., (University of Sydney), Hayman, S. (University of Sydney), Armstrong, P. ((University of Sydney), Forest and Wood Products Association.). The research used parametric modeling of stock houses through simulation and test cell monitoring; it has identified the amount, location and performance benefits of adding thermal mass to timber houses. The influence of different climates and other factors have assisted in quantifying the benefits of thermal storage (Slee, Hyde 2011).

A new project investigates the importance of cultural sustainability as a pillar of wisdom in transformation and change with in society; called The Green Renaissance Project (Hyde, R.A, Laser, E, Hayman, S., and Fiorito, F., Francesco Sartogo, President PRAU Solar Italy, and Professor Valario Calderaro, University of Rome, funded from the Sustainability Cluster, Institute of Sustainable Solutions, University of Sydney), it is involved in redefinition of our current understanding in this area (Laser, Hayman, Hyde 2011). Cross-disciplinary research started in 2009 linking research methodologies from archaeological, architectural science and historic conservation. The outcomes from this will provide better understanding of the bioclimatic aspects of Pre and Post Renaissance critical case buildings in Italy that has previously been largely ignored, improve the authenticity of the reconstructions of the critical cases and lay the framework for further conservation with in the cultural sustainability umbrella in Australia.

Professional Experience

  • Professor of Architectural Science, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney.
  • Director, Centre for Sustainable Design, University of Queensland
  • Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, The University of Queensland
  • Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture, National University of Singapore
  • Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University, UK. Associate Professor | Kansas State University, USA

Research interests

  • Architectural and Design Science
  • Sustainable Design

Teaching and supervision

  • DAAE3001 - Sustainable Architectural Practice
  • DESC9015 - Building Energy Analysis
  • DESC9145 - Sustaining the Built Environment
  • DESC9147 - Sustainable Building Design Principles
  • DESC9148 - Sustainable Building Design Practice

Associations

  • Chartered Architect, Queensland
  • Member: Australia Institute Architects, Sydney Branch
  • Editor- in-Chief, Architectural Science Review, Taylor Francis, UK.
  • Australian Coordinator | International Energy Agency (IEA)Solar: Heating and Cooling Program, Task 28 on Sustainable Solar Housing. http://www.iea-shc.org/task28/index.html
  • Australian Coordinator | International Energy Agency: Solar Heating and Cooling Program, Task 47 on Solar Renovation of Non Residential Buildings. http://www.iea-shc.org/task47/
  • The Martin Centre, the University of Cambridge, UK
  • The Institute of Wood Science, USA.

Awards and honours

Fellowships

1998 | Joseph Gottstein Fellowship, Canonic Survey of Timber Buildings. Nationally competitive Fellowship by the Timber Industry.

Paper awards

2008 | Best paper award ANZAScA 2008

Design awards

Far Eastern Economic Review Asian Innovation Awards. 2004. Award with Yeang, K, Hanson, V., Edmonds, J., ‘The Use Of Light Pipes For Deep Plan Office Buildings. Sustainable Energy Association,

National Building Award, Healthy Home Project, 2001. Urban Design Award, Gold Coast Council, Healthy Home Project, 2001.

National and State Award for Excellence Energy Aware Housing Awards, judged by the MBA and Dept. of Mines and Energy, Healthy Home Project, 2000

Serenity Stones Project. 2001. Serenity Stones citations. Reviewed in Mix Vol 7 Jan 2001, Cement and Concrete Association Publication. Visit from the Shadow Minister of the Environment. BP News, May 1998, ‘Paving the way for eco-concrete,’ p 30. University of Queensland News, 28 April, 1998‘Students pave the way with tile design,’ p 1-2.. Citations for Student Design, 1996. Student Designs: Lightweight Structures Association of Australia. Award of Excellence and Citation of Merit for student designs.

Inaugural Tilling Timber Design Competition, 1994. Design for a Children’s Liturgy Pavilion, Holy Family Church, Brisbane. Project awarded commendation for Best Architectural Design. Co-authored with student Jamie Peel. Published in Architectural Australia, July 1994.

Selected grants

2012

  • Australian Centre for Energy Storage Research (ACESeR); Maschmeyer T, Masters A, Vassallo A, Minett A, Lyster R, Crossley P, Hill D, Verbic G, Hyde R, Chester L, Frost G; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2010

  • Effective use of thermal mass in residential timber-framed construction � scoping study for development rules of thumb for direct gain systems; Hyde R, Armstrong P, Hayman S; Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited/Research and Development Research Grants.

2008

  • Towards a quality life model for sustainable housing in South East Queensland; Hyde R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).
  • Exploring synergies with innovative green technologies for advanced renovation; Hyde R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).
  • Towards novel biomimetic building materials: Evaluating aboriginal and western scientific knowledge of Spinifex grass; Memmott P, Schmidt S, Hyde R, Fensham R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2007

  • ARC Linkage transferred from UoQ - Linkage 2006 Round One for funding commencing January 2007 - Towa; Symes C, Upadhyay A, Hyde R; Gold Coast City Council (Qld)/Project Support.
  • ARC Linkage transferred from UoQ - Linkage 2005 Round Two for funding commencing July 2006 - Explori; Symes C, Hyde R, Abbott C.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Schianetz, K., Prasad, D., Blair, J., Watt, M., Bayada, B., Hair, A. (2007). Planning and Design Standard for Improving Sustainability of Neighborhoods and Precincts. Australia: CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd.
  • Hyde, R., Watson, D., Cheshire, W., Thomson, M. (2007). The Environmental Brief: Pathways for Green Design. UK: Taylor and Francis.

Edited Books

  • Hyde, R., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Yeang, K. (2013). Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2007). Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates. UK: Earthscan.

Book Chapters

  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I. (2013). An Evidence-Based Design (EBD) Approach to Select Retrofitting Strategies: What Sources of Evidence Can Be Used to Select Retrofitting Strategies? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 89-106). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R., Groenhout, N. (2013). Design Solution Sets for Bioclimatic Retrofit. In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 61-88). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2013). Eco-Design for Retrofitting: How Can Eco-Design Work Apply to Retrofitting Buildings for Climate Change? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 27-54). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2013). Reviewing Benchmarking Systems for Retrofitting: How Can Benchmarking be Harnessed for the Purposes of Retrofitting? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 186-202). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R., Watson, L., Khoo, K., Lester, N., Kelder, J. (2008). Brisbane: A subtropical Climate. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 229-267). UK: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Rostvik, H. (2008). Definitions, Concepts and Principles. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 21-57). UK: Earthscan.
  • Sunaga, N., Soebarto, V., Agostini Ribeiro, M., Hyde, R., Binarti, F., Junghans, L., Calderaro, V., Rajapaksha, I., Rajapaksha, U. (2008). Design, Elements and Strategies. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 297-365). UK: Earthscan.
  • Groenhout, N., Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Chandra, S., Saeki, Y., Lim, C. (2008). Green Technologies, Performance and Integration. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 367-425). UK: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Schianetz, K. (2008). Indicators, Audits and Measuring Success. In Anitra Nelson (Eds.), Steering Sustainability in an Urbanising World . Policy, Practice and Performance, (pp. 99-110). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Hyde, R., Sunaga, N. (2008). Overview. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 1-17). UK: Earthscan.
  • Woods, P., Hyde, R., Hayashi, M., Agostini Ribeiro, M., Sotogo, F., Calderaro, V., Soebarto, V., Rajapaksha, I., Rajapaksha, U., Ghobadian, V. (2008). Trends, Promotion and Performance. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 59-113). UK: Earthscan.

Journals

  • Hyde, R., Smith, P. (2013). Changing place of the work environment - Workplace reform? Architectural Science Review, 56(4), 263-265. [More Information]
  • Gamage, A., Hyde, R. (2012). A model based on Biomimicry to enhance ecologically sustainable design. Architectural Science Review, 55(3), 224-235.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2012). Barriers to and opportunities for advanced passive cooling in sub-tropical climates. Architectural Science Review, 55(1), 49-60.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Green, H., Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Upadhyay, A. (2012). Exploring the influence of housing design and occupant environmental attitudes on energy and water usage. Architectural Science Review, 55(3), 176-185.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2011). A typological approach to daylighting analysis. Architectural Science Review, 54(ANZAScA special issue), 141-147.
  • Roussac, A., de Dear, R., Hyde, R. (2011). Quantifying the 'human factor' in office building energy efficiency: a mixed-method approach. Architectural Science Review, 54(ANZAScA special issue), 124-131.
  • Roaf, S., Hyde, R., Campbell, C., Seigert, M. (2010). Transforming markets in the built environment and adapting to climate change: an introduction. Architectural Science Review, 53(1), 3-11. [More Information]
  • Memmott, P., Hyde, R., O'Rourke, T. (2009). Biomimetic Theory and Building Technology: Use of Aboriginal and Scientific Knowledge of Spinifex Grass. Architectural Science Review, 52(2), 117-125.
  • Hyde, R., Yeang, K., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Webster-Mannison, M., Healey, K., Halawa, E. (2009). Exploring Synergies with Innovative Green Technologies for Advanced Renovation using a Bioclimatic Approach. Architectural Science Review, 52(3), 229-236.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2009). Rule of Thumb for Daylighting of Rooms with External Obstructions. Architectural Science Review, 52(2), 151-160.
  • St. Clair, P., Hyde, R. (2009). Towards a New Model for Climate Responsive Design at the University of the Sunshine Coast Chancellery. Journal of Green Building, 4(3), 3-20.
  • Park, J., Hyde, R. (2005). A Case Study of a Prototype Environmental Home for Sustainable House Design. Journal of the Korean Society of Living and Environmental Systems, 12(2), 130-139.

Edited Journals

  • Hyde, R. (2011). Architectural Science Review. Architectural Science Review, 54(1).

Conferences

  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Gardner, T., Upadhyay, A. (2013). A Quality of Life Study of Ecologically Sustainable Housing in South East Queensland. Sustainability and the city - a science frontier symposium, Highett, Victoria: CSIRO.
  • Slee, B., Parkinson, T., Hyde, R. (2013). Can you have too much thermal mass? 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Hong Kong: The Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U., Rajapaksha, I., O Riain, M., Silva, F. (2012). A Design Framework for Achieving Net Zero Energy Commercial Buildings. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Liu, M., Hyde, R. (2012). Retrofits to improve energy efficiency in the tertiary education sector - An investigation of current practice and implications. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R. (2012). Role of people-environment relationships in sustainable development. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Alulayet, M., Panuwatwanich, K., Hyde, R., Fiorito, F. (2012). The evolution of a framework for Building Environmental Assessment (BEA) for green buildings in Saudia Arabia. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Khan, T., Hyde, R. (2012). Transformation of 'urban grey pocket' to 'urban green pocket' in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Hyde, R., Shahriar, A., Hayman, S., Cabrera, D. (2011). 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) | From principles to practice in architectural science. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Gamage, A., Hyde, R. (2011). Can biomimicry, as an approach, enhance Ecologically Sustainable Design (ESD)? 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R. (2011). Does sustainable housing contribute to Quality of Life to the residents? : A study of the Ecovillage at Currumbin. 12th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference (APRU DSC), China: Press of Tsinghua University.
  • Slee, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating 'rules of thumb' for integrating thermal mass into lightweight construction in Australia. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating the Impact of Sustainable House Design and Environmental Attitudes on Resource Usage. 6th World Sustainable Building Conference, SB11 Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland: Finnish Association of Civil Engineers R/L and Vtt Technical Research Centre of Finland.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating the impact of sustainable house design and environmental attitudes on resource usage: an Australian study. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Lazer, E., Hayman, S., Hyde, R., Rajapksha, I., Sartogo, F., Calderaro, V. (2011). Harnessing of archaeological and architectural science knowledge for cultural sustainability. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Shahriar, A., Hyde, R. (2011). The use of computer programming to extract sky brightness from digital images. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R. (2011). Towards an evidence based model for environmental retrofit-mapping solution sets for near carbon neutral buildings in warm climates. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U. (2010). A modelling appraisal of design standards in retrofitting a high-rise office building in Brisbane. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2010). A Typological Approach to Daylighting Analysis. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I., Leifer, D. (2010). Developing a framework of interventions for retrofitting high-rise buildings in warm climates. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Roussac, A., de Dear, R., Hyde, R. (2010). Quantifying the 'human factor' in office building energy efficiency: A mixed-method approach. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Hood, B., Gardner, T., Barton, R., Gardiner, R., Beal, C., Hyde, R., Walton, C. (2010). The Ecovillage at Currumbin - A Model for Decentralised development. Australia's National Water Conference and Exhibition - Ozwater '10, Brisbane, Australia: The Australian Water Association.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R., Wadley, D. (2010). Towards a new paradigm for the assessment of sustainable housing: An environmental Quality of Life (QoLe) approach. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2009). The influence of latitude variations on daylighting rule of thumb effectiveness. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Shahriar, A., Candido, C., Rajapaksha, U. (2009). Towards a methodology for retrofitting commercial buildings using bioclimatic principles. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • Memmott, P., Hyde, R., O'Rourke, T. (2008). Biomimetic theory and building technology: use of aboriginal and scientific knowledge of spinifex grass. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2008). Daylight rule of thumb for rooms with external obstructions. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Gardner, T., Walton, C., Rutherford, L. (2008). Exploring A 'Quality Of Life' Approach For Sustainable Housing In Southeast Queensland. Case Study Of Currumbin Ecovillage, Australia. World Sustainable Building Conference (SB08), online (http://www.sb08.org): SB08.
  • Shahriar, A., Hyde, R., Hayman, S. (2008). Wide-angle image analysis for sky luminance measurement. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Davidson, J. (2007). A Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) of Lark Quarry Trackways Building and Shelter, Winton, Queensland. 41st Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA (2007), Deakin University: Deakin University, School of Architecture and Building.
  • Hyde, R., Yeang, K., Groenhout, K., Barram, N., Webster-Mannison, F., Trethewy, R., Healey, K. (2007). Exploring Synergies with Innovative Green Technologies for Advanced Renovation using a Bioclimatic Approach. A study of for Multi-Residential and Office Buildings in Warmer Climates. Pre-loved Building Conference continuing the push, Brisbane: Australian Institute of Regrigeration Air Conditining and Heating.
  • Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Blair, J., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Schianetz, K. (2007). Reviewing benchmarking approaches for Building Environmental Assessment (BEA) tools - rigour versus practicality. PLEA 2007 - The 24th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Singapore: Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Prasad, D., Blair, J. (2005). Development of a Planning and Design Tool for Assessing the Sustainability of Precincts. 39th Conference: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association, Wellington, NZ: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Watt, M. (2005). Environmental Assessment and the Building Design Process: A Case Study of the Green Globe Design and Construct Standard. 4th Australian Life Cycle Assessment Conference, Sydney: Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2005). Sustainable by passive architecture, using courtyards in non-domestic buildings in Southeast Queensland. 2005 World Sustainable Building Conference (SB05Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan: Lavoisier.
  • Hyde, R. (2005). The environmental brief: Pathways for advancing green design. 39th Conference: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association, Wellington, NZ: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Blair, J., Prasad, D., Zehner, R., Hyde, R. (2005). Triple Bottom Line Assessment and Sustainability: A Method of Performance Evaluation. 2005 World Sustainable Building Conference (SB05Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan: Lavoisier.
  • Hyde, R., Watson, S. (2002). A Prototype E.S.D. 1Home: Towards a Model for Practice in Solar Sustainable Design. 36th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Association, Geelong: Deakin University Geelong.
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U. (2002). Courtyard as a Climate Modification Strategy for Thermal Comfort in Moderate Climate of Queensland. 19th Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference, Toulouse, France: PLEA 2002.
  • Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Scott, A., Kraatz, J., Watt, M., Ness, J. (2002). Green globe design phase assessment for tourism facilities and infrastructure. World Sustainable Building Conference 2002 (SB02), Norway: Sustainable Buildings 2002, GRIP.
  • Leichti, R., Crews, K., Hyde, R. (2002). Meeting the Triple Bottom Line using a Semi-Rigid Timber Framing System. 7th World Conference in Timber Engineering, WCTE 2002, Malaysia: University of Technology, Mara.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2002). Passive modification of air temperature for thermal comfort in a courtyard building for Queensland. 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality & Climate, Monterey, California: Indoor Air 2002, Empire Grade, CA 95060.

Original Creative Work

  • Hyde, R., Smith, P. (2013). Editorial: Changing place of the work Environment - workplace reform. Architectural Science Review, Vol. 56, No. 4, (pp. 263 - 265). Oxford, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2012). Editorial: Perspectives on sustainability. Architectural Science Review, 55:2, (pp. 83 - 85). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Architectural science and its role in evidence-based decision-making. Architectural Science Review, 54:3, (pp. 175 - 177). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis. [More Information]
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Measuring impacts from design interventions and on building improvements. Architectural Science Review, 54:4, (pp. 267 - 269). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Resolving the subjective and objective environments. Architectural Science Review, 54:1, (pp. 3 - 4). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2010). ASR achieves 'A' level ranking in the 'Excellence in Research for Australia' (ERA) review conducted by the Australian Research Council (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 143 - 144). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R. (2010). Editorial. Architectural Science Review, 53:4, (pp. 357 - 358). Oxford, UK, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Pong, S., Sit, D., Kim, C., Kwan, D., Yu, L., Choi, S., Najm, S., Najm, M., Liu, Y. (2010). Retrofitting for climate change. VADS Plaza, Jalan Wan Kadir, KL. Malaysia, Malaysia: T.R. Hamzah & Yeang. Unrealized.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Emerging Roles for Designers and Increasing Diversity of Fields of Knowledge (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 167 - 168). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Exploring Architecture using the Scientific Method (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 243 - 244). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Welcome to ASR for 2009 (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 1 - 3). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Prasad, D., Blair, J. (2007). Development of a planning and design tool for assessing the sustainability of precincts. Planning and Design Standard for Improving Sustainability of Neighbourhood and Precinct, (pp. 11 - 20). Gold Coast, Australia: CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd.

Recorded / Rendered

  • Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R. (2010). Advanced Renovation: Critical Case, 160, Ann Street (Forward and Data Driven Simulation Model). Conference presentation with simulation models, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Report

  • Fienberg, L., Hyde, R. (2011). Towards a Sustainable Materials Teaching and Research Framework.

2013

  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Gardner, T., Upadhyay, A. (2013). A Quality of Life Study of Ecologically Sustainable Housing in South East Queensland. Sustainability and the city - a science frontier symposium, Highett, Victoria: CSIRO.
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I. (2013). An Evidence-Based Design (EBD) Approach to Select Retrofitting Strategies: What Sources of Evidence Can Be Used to Select Retrofitting Strategies? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 89-106). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Slee, B., Parkinson, T., Hyde, R. (2013). Can you have too much thermal mass? 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Hong Kong: The Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Smith, P. (2013). Changing place of the work environment - Workplace reform? Architectural Science Review, 56(4), 263-265. [More Information]
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R., Groenhout, N. (2013). Design Solution Sets for Bioclimatic Retrofit. In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 61-88). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2013). Eco-Design for Retrofitting: How Can Eco-Design Work Apply to Retrofitting Buildings for Climate Change? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 27-54). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R., Smith, P. (2013). Editorial: Changing place of the work Environment - workplace reform. Architectural Science Review, Vol. 56, No. 4, (pp. 263 - 265). Oxford, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Hyde, R. (2013). Reviewing Benchmarking Systems for Retrofitting: How Can Benchmarking be Harnessed for the Purposes of Retrofitting? In Richard Hyde, Nathan Groenhout, Francis Barram and Ken Yeang (Eds.), Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates, (pp. 186-202). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hyde, R., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Yeang, K. (2013). Sustainable Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings: Warm Climates. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2012

  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U., Rajapaksha, I., O Riain, M., Silva, F. (2012). A Design Framework for Achieving Net Zero Energy Commercial Buildings. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Gamage, A., Hyde, R. (2012). A model based on Biomimicry to enhance ecologically sustainable design. Architectural Science Review, 55(3), 224-235.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2012). Barriers to and opportunities for advanced passive cooling in sub-tropical climates. Architectural Science Review, 55(1), 49-60.
  • Hyde, R. (2012). Editorial: Perspectives on sustainability. Architectural Science Review, 55:2, (pp. 83 - 85). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Green, H., Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Upadhyay, A. (2012). Exploring the influence of housing design and occupant environmental attitudes on energy and water usage. Architectural Science Review, 55(3), 176-185.
  • Liu, M., Hyde, R. (2012). Retrofits to improve energy efficiency in the tertiary education sector - An investigation of current practice and implications. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R. (2012). Role of people-environment relationships in sustainable development. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Alulayet, M., Panuwatwanich, K., Hyde, R., Fiorito, F. (2012). The evolution of a framework for Building Environmental Assessment (BEA) for green buildings in Saudia Arabia. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.
  • Khan, T., Hyde, R. (2012). Transformation of 'urban grey pocket' to 'urban green pocket' in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association - Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice, Brisbane: Griffith University.

2011

  • Hyde, R., Shahriar, A., Hayman, S., Cabrera, D. (2011). 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) | From principles to practice in architectural science. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2011). A typological approach to daylighting analysis. Architectural Science Review, 54(ANZAScA special issue), 141-147.
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Architectural science and its role in evidence-based decision-making. Architectural Science Review, 54:3, (pp. 175 - 177). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis. [More Information]
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Architectural Science Review. Architectural Science Review, 54(1).
  • Gamage, A., Hyde, R. (2011). Can biomimicry, as an approach, enhance Ecologically Sustainable Design (ESD)? 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R. (2011). Does sustainable housing contribute to Quality of Life to the residents? : A study of the Ecovillage at Currumbin. 12th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference (APRU DSC), China: Press of Tsinghua University.
  • Slee, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating 'rules of thumb' for integrating thermal mass into lightweight construction in Australia. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating the Impact of Sustainable House Design and Environmental Attitudes on Resource Usage. 6th World Sustainable Building Conference, SB11 Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland: Finnish Association of Civil Engineers R/L and Vtt Technical Research Centre of Finland.
  • O'Callaghan, B., Hyde, R. (2011). Evaluating the impact of sustainable house design and environmental attitudes on resource usage: an Australian study. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Lazer, E., Hayman, S., Hyde, R., Rajapksha, I., Sartogo, F., Calderaro, V. (2011). Harnessing of archaeological and architectural science knowledge for cultural sustainability. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Measuring impacts from design interventions and on building improvements. Architectural Science Review, 54:4, (pp. 267 - 269). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Roussac, A., de Dear, R., Hyde, R. (2011). Quantifying the 'human factor' in office building energy efficiency: a mixed-method approach. Architectural Science Review, 54(ANZAScA special issue), 124-131.
  • Hyde, R. (2011). Resolving the subjective and objective environments. Architectural Science Review, 54:1, (pp. 3 - 4). London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shahriar, A., Hyde, R. (2011). The use of computer programming to extract sky brightness from digital images. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Fienberg, L., Hyde, R. (2011). Towards a Sustainable Materials Teaching and Research Framework.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R. (2011). Towards an evidence based model for environmental retrofit-mapping solution sets for near carbon neutral buildings in warm climates. 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2011), Sydney, Australia: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.

2010

  • Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U. (2010). A modelling appraisal of design standards in retrofitting a high-rise office building in Brisbane. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2010). A Typological Approach to Daylighting Analysis. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Rajapaksha, I., Hyde, R. (2010). Advanced Renovation: Critical Case, 160, Ann Street (Forward and Data Driven Simulation Model). Conference presentation with simulation models, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Hyde, R. (2010). ASR achieves 'A' level ranking in the 'Excellence in Research for Australia' (ERA) review conducted by the Australian Research Council (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 143 - 144). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I., Leifer, D. (2010). Developing a framework of interventions for retrofitting high-rise buildings in warm climates. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Hyde, R. (2010). Editorial. Architectural Science Review, 53:4, (pp. 357 - 358). Oxford, UK, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Roussac, A., de Dear, R., Hyde, R. (2010). Quantifying the 'human factor' in office building energy efficiency: A mixed-method approach. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Hyde, R., Pong, S., Sit, D., Kim, C., Kwan, D., Yu, L., Choi, S., Najm, S., Najm, M., Liu, Y. (2010). Retrofitting for climate change. VADS Plaza, Jalan Wan Kadir, KL. Malaysia, Malaysia: T.R. Hamzah & Yeang. Unrealized.
  • Hood, B., Gardner, T., Barton, R., Gardiner, R., Beal, C., Hyde, R., Walton, C. (2010). The Ecovillage at Currumbin - A Model for Decentralised development. Australia's National Water Conference and Exhibition - Ozwater '10, Brisbane, Australia: The Australian Water Association.
  • Upadhyay, A., Hyde, R., Wadley, D. (2010). Towards a new paradigm for the assessment of sustainable housing: An environmental Quality of Life (QoLe) approach. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2010), New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Roaf, S., Hyde, R., Campbell, C., Seigert, M. (2010). Transforming markets in the built environment and adapting to climate change: an introduction. Architectural Science Review, 53(1), 3-11. [More Information]

2009

  • Memmott, P., Hyde, R., O'Rourke, T. (2009). Biomimetic Theory and Building Technology: Use of Aboriginal and Scientific Knowledge of Spinifex Grass. Architectural Science Review, 52(2), 117-125.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Emerging Roles for Designers and Increasing Diversity of Fields of Knowledge (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 167 - 168). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Exploring Architecture using the Scientific Method (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 243 - 244). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Yeang, K., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Webster-Mannison, M., Healey, K., Halawa, E. (2009). Exploring Synergies with Innovative Green Technologies for Advanced Renovation using a Bioclimatic Approach. Architectural Science Review, 52(3), 229-236.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2009). Rule of Thumb for Daylighting of Rooms with External Obstructions. Architectural Science Review, 52(2), 151-160.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2009). The influence of latitude variations on daylighting rule of thumb effectiveness. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, I., Groenhout, N., Barram, F., Shahriar, A., Candido, C., Rajapaksha, U. (2009). Towards a methodology for retrofitting commercial buildings using bioclimatic principles. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • St. Clair, P., Hyde, R. (2009). Towards a New Model for Climate Responsive Design at the University of the Sunshine Coast Chancellery. Journal of Green Building, 4(3), 3-20.
  • Hyde, R. (2009). Welcome to ASR for 2009 (Editorial). Architectural Science Review, (pp. 1 - 3). London, United Kingdom: Earthscan.

2008

  • Memmott, P., Hyde, R., O'Rourke, T. (2008). Biomimetic theory and building technology: use of aboriginal and scientific knowledge of spinifex grass. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Watson, L., Khoo, K., Lester, N., Kelder, J. (2008). Brisbane: A subtropical Climate. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 229-267). UK: Earthscan.
  • Nik Ibrahim, N., Hayman, S., Hyde, R. (2008). Daylight rule of thumb for rooms with external obstructions. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Rostvik, H. (2008). Definitions, Concepts and Principles. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 21-57). UK: Earthscan.
  • Sunaga, N., Soebarto, V., Agostini Ribeiro, M., Hyde, R., Binarti, F., Junghans, L., Calderaro, V., Rajapaksha, I., Rajapaksha, U. (2008). Design, Elements and Strategies. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 297-365). UK: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Wadley, D., Gardner, T., Walton, C., Rutherford, L. (2008). Exploring A 'Quality Of Life' Approach For Sustainable Housing In Southeast Queensland. Case Study Of Currumbin Ecovillage, Australia. World Sustainable Building Conference (SB08), online (http://www.sb08.org): SB08.
  • Groenhout, N., Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Chandra, S., Saeki, Y., Lim, C. (2008). Green Technologies, Performance and Integration. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 367-425). UK: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Schianetz, K. (2008). Indicators, Audits and Measuring Success. In Anitra Nelson (Eds.), Steering Sustainability in an Urbanising World . Policy, Practice and Performance, (pp. 99-110). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Hyde, R., Sunaga, N. (2008). Overview. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 1-17). UK: Earthscan.
  • Woods, P., Hyde, R., Hayashi, M., Agostini Ribeiro, M., Sotogo, F., Calderaro, V., Soebarto, V., Rajapaksha, I., Rajapaksha, U., Ghobadian, V. (2008). Trends, Promotion and Performance. In Hyde, R.A. (Eds.), Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates, (pp. 59-113). UK: Earthscan.
  • Shahriar, A., Hyde, R., Hayman, S. (2008). Wide-angle image analysis for sky luminance measurement. 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA 2008), Newcastle, Australia: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).

2007

  • Hyde, R., Davidson, J. (2007). A Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) of Lark Quarry Trackways Building and Shelter, Winton, Queensland. 41st Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA (2007), Deakin University: Deakin University, School of Architecture and Building.
  • Hyde, R. (2007). Bioclimatic Housing: Innovative designs for Warm Climates. UK: Earthscan.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Prasad, D., Blair, J. (2007). Development of a planning and design tool for assessing the sustainability of precincts. Planning and Design Standard for Improving Sustainability of Neighbourhood and Precinct, (pp. 11 - 20). Gold Coast, Australia: CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd.
  • Hyde, R., Yeang, K., Groenhout, K., Barram, N., Webster-Mannison, F., Trethewy, R., Healey, K. (2007). Exploring Synergies with Innovative Green Technologies for Advanced Renovation using a Bioclimatic Approach. A study of for Multi-Residential and Office Buildings in Warmer Climates. Pre-loved Building Conference continuing the push, Brisbane: Australian Institute of Regrigeration Air Conditining and Heating.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Schianetz, K., Prasad, D., Blair, J., Watt, M., Bayada, B., Hair, A. (2007). Planning and Design Standard for Improving Sustainability of Neighborhoods and Precincts. Australia: CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd.
  • Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Blair, J., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Schianetz, K. (2007). Reviewing benchmarking approaches for Building Environmental Assessment (BEA) tools - rigour versus practicality. PLEA 2007 - The 24th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Singapore: Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore.
  • Hyde, R., Watson, D., Cheshire, W., Thomson, M. (2007). The Environmental Brief: Pathways for Green Design. UK: Taylor and Francis.

2005

  • Park, J., Hyde, R. (2005). A Case Study of a Prototype Environmental Home for Sustainable House Design. Journal of the Korean Society of Living and Environmental Systems, 12(2), 130-139.
  • Hyde, R., Moore, R., Kavanagh, L., Watt, M., Prasad, D., Blair, J. (2005). Development of a Planning and Design Tool for Assessing the Sustainability of Precincts. 39th Conference: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association, Wellington, NZ: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Hyde, R., Watt, M. (2005). Environmental Assessment and the Building Design Process: A Case Study of the Green Globe Design and Construct Standard. 4th Australian Life Cycle Assessment Conference, Sydney: Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2005). Sustainable by passive architecture, using courtyards in non-domestic buildings in Southeast Queensland. 2005 World Sustainable Building Conference (SB05Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan: Lavoisier.
  • Hyde, R. (2005). The environmental brief: Pathways for advancing green design. 39th Conference: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association, Wellington, NZ: Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).
  • Blair, J., Prasad, D., Zehner, R., Hyde, R. (2005). Triple Bottom Line Assessment and Sustainability: A Method of Performance Evaluation. 2005 World Sustainable Building Conference (SB05Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan: Lavoisier.

2002

  • Hyde, R., Watson, S. (2002). A Prototype E.S.D. 1Home: Towards a Model for Practice in Solar Sustainable Design. 36th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Association, Geelong: Deakin University Geelong.
  • Hyde, R., Rajapaksha, U. (2002). Courtyard as a Climate Modification Strategy for Thermal Comfort in Moderate Climate of Queensland. 19th Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference, Toulouse, France: PLEA 2002.
  • Hyde, R., Prasad, D., Scott, A., Kraatz, J., Watt, M., Ness, J. (2002). Green globe design phase assessment for tourism facilities and infrastructure. World Sustainable Building Conference 2002 (SB02), Norway: Sustainable Buildings 2002, GRIP.
  • Leichti, R., Crews, K., Hyde, R. (2002). Meeting the Triple Bottom Line using a Semi-Rigid Timber Framing System. 7th World Conference in Timber Engineering, WCTE 2002, Malaysia: University of Technology, Mara.
  • Rajapaksha, U., Hyde, R. (2002). Passive modification of air temperature for thermal comfort in a courtyard building for Queensland. 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality & Climate, Monterey, California: Indoor Air 2002, Empire Grade, CA 95060.

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