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Stinson, Jon, Willis, Alexandra, Bros Williamson, Julio, Currie, John and Smith, R S (2015) Visualising energy use for smart homes and informed users. In: 6th International Conference on Building Physics for a Sustainable Built Environment, 14-17 June 2015, Turin, Italy.

Innes, Malcolm (2015) Digital Lighting for the Analogue Museum. In: Professional Lighting Design Convention 2015, 28th-31st October 2015, Rome, Italy.

Burton, Katrina (2015) Madlener House. [Composition]

Innes, Malcolm (2015) Lighting Design as a Second Language. In: LES RENCARDS DE L’ACETYLÈNE 2015, 8th October 2015, Paris.

Forster, Alan M, Vettese-Forster, Samantha and Borland, John (2015) Etched in the Memory. RICS Building Conservation Journal. pp. 28-29.

Innes, Malcolm (2014) Less Light for More Effect. In: Lights in Goa, 17th - 18th January 2014, India.

Vettese-Forster, Samantha, Gowans, Scott, Case, Jed and Maciej, Koralia (2014) An examination of the role of sound in defining the city in the context of Edinburgh. European Academic Research, 1 (10). pp. 3218-3247. ISSN 2286-4822

Innes, Malcolm (2013) A Future Direction for Lighting Education? In: Professional Lighting Design Convention, November, 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Innes, Malcolm (2013) Is there a Right White for Museum and Gallery Lighting? In: Professional Lighting Design Convention 2013, November, 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Innes, Malcolm (2013) The Dichotomy of Gallery Lighting. In: National Galleries of Scotland Research Conference, 8th October, 2013, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Innes, Malcolm (2012) Lighting for Interior Design. Portfolio Skills Interior Design . Laurence King Publishing, London. ISBN 978-1-85669-836-8

Innes, Malcolm (2011) Learning about Light, How lighting educators are contributing to the professionalisation of lighting design. In: Professional Lighting Design Convention 2011, November 2011, Madrid, Spain.

Innes, Malcolm (2011) Why is it so dark in here? Perception of Brightness at Low Light Levels in Museum Environments. In: Professional Lighting Design Convention 2011, November 2011, Madrid, Spain.

Tham, Yieng Wei (2011) SOLAR RADIATION RELATED CLIMATE CHANGE PROJECTIONS FOR THE UK. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.

Milton, Alex and Winton, Euan (2011) Remodelling Home. [Show/Exhibition]

Hendry, Kate (2011) Scotland's housing Expo 2010. [Show/Exhibition]

Mpakati Gama, Effiness, Wamuziri, Sam and Sloan, Brian (2011) Applicability of inventory methods for embodied energy assessment of buildings in Sub-Sahara Africa. The Built and Human Environment Review, 4 (2). pp. 41-55. ISSN 1759-0754

Borthwick, Sarah and Muneer, Tariq (2011) Energy cooperatives as a means of achieving sustainability within the housing sector. In: CIC Start Online Conference 2011 - Resilience of Buildings, Neighbourhoods and Cities, June 2011, Online.

Tham, Yieng Wei, Muneer, Tariq and Davison, Brian (2010) Estimation of hourly averaged solar irradiation: evaluation of models. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 31 (1). pp. 9-25. ISSN 14770849

Innes, Malcolm (2009) Light Art & Architecture (2). In: Fagerhult Lighting Academy Workshop, November, 3rd, 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Innes, Malcolm (2008) Light Art & Architecture (1). In: Light Middle East Conference, May 25th-27th 2008, Dubai.

Wilson, Peter (2007) New Timber Architecture in Scotland. Arcamedia, Belfast. ISBN 1 904320 05 8

Currie, John, Capper, Graham and Holmes, J (2006) Energy efficiency improvements through sunspace augmented positive input ventilation of buildings. In: EPIC 2006 AIVC Vol 3, 20-22 November 2006, Lyon, France.

Gardiner, Barry A and Brüchert, F (2006) The effect of wind exposure on the tree aerial architecture and biomechanics of Sitka Spruce (picea sitchenisis Bong.). American Journal of Botany, 93 (10). pp. 1512-1521. ISSN 0002-9122

Innes, Malcolm (2005) Made of Light: The Art of Light and Architecture. In: Made of Light: The Art of Light and Architecture. Birckhauser Verlag, London. ISBN 978-3764368609

Muneer, Tariq, Gueymard, C and Kambezidis, H (2004) Solar radiation and daylight models. Elsevier, Oxford. ISBN 978 0 7506 5974 7

Deakin, Mark, Curwell, Steve and Lombardi, Patrizia (2001) BEQUEST: the framework and directory of assessment methods. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 6 (6). pp. 373-383. ISSN 0948-3349

Thomson, John R (2000) Historic houses – the marketing reality. In: Historic Houses Conference, 2000, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Muneer, Tariq and Kubie, Jorge (2000) Windows in buildings: thermal, acoustic, visual and solar performance. Architectural Press, Oxford. ISBN 0750642092

Angus, Roderick Charles (1995) Daylight illuminance modelling for the United Kingdom and Europe. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.

Muneer, Tariq (1990) Temperature entropy chart for thermodynamic properties of water/ steam substance. Edinburgh Napier University.

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