Explore here the most recent publications from members of the Henry van de Velde research group.

Reconciling demolition and deconstruction practices with circular building - the case of Impact Factory Mechelen

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Practices in Research Conference on Demolitions & Deconstructions, 27 May, 2024, Brussels, Belgium- () p. 79-85
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Construction history editorial

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Construction history : international journal of the Construction History Society - ISSN 0267-7768-39:1 (2024) p. i-v
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    Inge Bertels, Nicholas Bill, Mike Chrimes, Sarah Melsens, Yting Pan, David Yeomans

Bewertung und Ertüchtigung von genieteten Gitterträgern in Dachkonstruktionen

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Die Bautechnik - ISSN 0932-8351-101:5 (2024) p. 328-334
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Adaptable buildings as multilayered membranes in porous cities : empirical study of two cases in the Netherlands

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AMPS proceedings series-34:3 (2024) p. 111-120

Architectenwoningen in het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest (1830-1970)

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Brussels studies : het elektronisch wetenschappelijk tijdschrift voor onderzoek over Brussel - ISSN 2031-0293-191 (2024) p. 1-20
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    Stephanie Van de Voorde, Linsy Raaffels, Barbara Van der Wee, Inge Bertels

Les maisons d’architecte en Région de Bruxelles-Capitale (1830-1970)

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Brussels studies : het elektronisch wetenschappelijk tijdschrift voor onderzoek over Brussel - ISSN 2031-0293- (2024) p.
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    Stephanie Van de Voorde, Linsy Raaffels, Barbara Van der Wee, Inge Bertels

Introduction

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Architecture's afterlife : the multisector impact of an architecture degree-p. 4-21
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    Harriet Harris, Roberta Marcaccio, Michela Barosio, Dag Boutsen, Andrea Čeko, Johan De Walsche, Santiago Gomes, Mia Roth-Čerina, Carla Sentieri, Hanne Van Reusel, Federica Vannucchi

What is architecture? A contested history of the discipline and its embedded meanings

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Architecture's afterlife : the multisector impact of an architecture degree-p. 22-33
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Pervasiveness of architecture and work-life balance

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Architecture's afterlife : the multisector impact of an architecture degree-p. 112-121
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Researching architecture's afterlife : a methodological framework

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Architecture's afterlife : the multisector impact of an architecture degree-p. 34-48
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Architects’ houses in the Brussels-Capital Region (1830-1970)

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Brussels studies : het elektronisch wetenschappelijk tijdschrift voor onderzoek over Brussel - ISSN 2031-0293- (2024) p. 1-19
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    Stephanie Van de Voorde, Linsy Raaffels, Barbara Barbara Wee Van der, Inge Bertels

Open infill design in co-creation : practical steps towards a new modular wall conceptT

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Livable Cities : a Conference on Issues Affecting Life in Cities, 14-16 June, 2023, New York, N.Y., USA- () p. 136-145
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Adaptief vermogen

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Transformatie naar woningen / Remøy, Hilde [edit.]; et al. [edit.]-p. 195-205
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Moving to the edge : how the relocation of the Provincial Higher Architecture Institute in Hasselt, Belgium, reshaped its interior architecture program

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Interior design on edge / Morawski, Erica [edit.]; et al. [edit.]-p. 253-275
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How does the built environment affect patient safety in relation to physical activity? Experiences at a rehabilitation center

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Applied ergonomics : human factors in technology and society - ISSN 0003-6870-116 (2024) p. 1-9
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Assessment of the rotational stiffness of single-riveted joints in a steel lattice girder by modal analysis

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Engineering structures: the journal of earthquake, wind and ocean engineering - ISSN 0141-0296-298 (2024) p. 1-12
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    H. Franz, E. Lepretre, S. Chataigner, Mario Rinke, L. Dieng

Reconsidering the interrupted housing pathways of refugees in Flanders (Belgium) from a home-making perspective : a policy critique

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Housing studies - ISSN 0267-3037-39:5 (2024) p. 1129-1151
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Teachers' self-efficacy and role when teaching STEM in high-tech informal learning environments

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Research in science and technological education - ISSN 0263-5143-42:2 (2024) p. 255-275
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“Change is a beautiful thing” said the butterfly : exhibition design and the circular economy

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Proceedings ICAMT 49th International Conference 2023 : Undoing Conflict in Museums: Materiality and Meaning of Museum Architecture and Exhibition Design, 25-27 October, 2023, Porto, Portugal- () p. 24-30