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Crowther, Philip, Scott, Andrew, & Allen, Tom (2016) Perceptions of collaboration amongst novice design students. In Tucker, Richard (Ed.) Collaboration and Student Engagement in Design Education. IGI Global, Pennsylvania, United States of America, pp. 126-144.
Crowther, Philip (2016) Morphological analysis of the city for achieving design for disassembly. In Brebbia, C.A. & Galiano-Garrigos, A. (Eds.) The Sustainable City XI. WIT Press (UK), Southampton, U.K., pp. 15-26.
Crowther, Philip (2012) Portfolio review. In Askland, Hedda Haugen, Ostwald, Michael J., & Williams, Anthony (Eds.) Assessing Creativity : Supporting Learning in Architecture and Design. Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT), Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 229-240.
Crowther, Philip (2009) Designing for disassembly. In Newton, Peter, Hampson, Keith, & Drogemuller, Robin (Eds.) Technology, Design and Process Innovation in the Built Environment. Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 224-237.
Crowther, Philip (1995) H'ani : National Parks and Wildlife Facilities at Springbrook. In Popovic, Vesna, Whitman, Paula, & Hudson, Brian J. (Eds.) Design for the community. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, pp. 36-39.
Crowther, Philip (2016) Temporary public spaces: A technological paradigm. The Journal of Public Space, 1(1), pp. 63-74.
Caldwell, Glenda, Osborne, Lindy, Mewburn, Inger, & Crowther, Philip (2015) Guerrillas in the [urban] midst : Developing and using creative research methods - guerrilla research tactics. Journal of Urban Technology, 22(3), pp. 21-36.
Lane, Murray, Osborne, Lindy, & Crowther, Philip (2015) A blended learning approach to the teaching of professional practice in architecture. Education Sciences, 5(2), pp. 166-178.
Saghafi, Mahmoud Reza, Franz, Jill M., & Crowther, Philip (2014) A holistic model for blended learning. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 25(4), pp. 531-549.
Crowther, Philip (2013) Understanding the signature pedagogy of the design studio and the opportunities for its technological enhancement. Journal of Learning Design, 6(3), pp. 18-28.
Saghafi, Mahmoud R., Franz, Jill, & Crowther, Philip (2012) Perceptions of physical versus virtual design studio education. International Journal of Architectural Research, 6(1), pp. 6-22.
Crowther, Philip (2007) Drawing dialogues: Participatory design education. IDEA Journal, 2007, pp. 3-15.
Crowther, Philip (2005) Design for Disassembly - Themes and Principles. BDP Environment Design Guide, 2005.
Crowther, Philip (2005) Don't Drop the Batton: Reclaiming a Knowledge of Construction. TAKE 4 - Collaboration and Coalition: Creating Architectural Knowledge in Contemporary Practice, pp. 51-59.
Crowther, Philip (1999) Design for Disassembly. BDP Environment Design Guide, November .
Crowther, Philip (2015) Re-valuing construction materials and components through design for disassembly. In Thornton, Katherine (Ed.) Proceedings of Unmaking Waste: Transforming Production and Consumption in Time and Place, Zero Waste SA Research Centre for Sustainable Design and Behaviour, Adelaide, SA, pp. 261-269.
Crowther, Philip (2014) Investigating design for disassembly through creative practice. In Intersections International Symposium, 30 June 2014, Santa Verdiana Church, Florence, Italy. (Unpublished)
Osborne, Lindy, Franz, Jill M., Savage, Susan M., & Crowther, Philip (2012) Dichotomy in the design studio 2.0 : adapting to new blended learning environments. In The Asian Conference on Education Conference Proceedings 2012, The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), Osaka, Japan, pp. 1-1601.
Saghafi, Mahmoud R., Franz, Jill, & Crowther, Philip (2012) A holistic blended design studio model : a basis for exploring and expanding learning opportunities. In Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE 2012), EdITLib, Austin, Texas.
Osborne, Lindy, Franz, Jill M., Savage, Susan M., & Crowther, Philip (2011) Dichotomy in the design studio : adapting to new blended learning environments. In ICERI2011 Proceedings CD, IATED, Madrid, Spain, pp. 5579-5588.
Crowther, Philip (2011) Beyond the walls of academia : architectural internships. In Elkadi, Hisham, Xu, Leilei, & Coulson, James (Eds.) Architecture @ the Edge, School of Architetcure and Building, Deakin University, Deakin University, Geelong, VIC.
Osborne, Lindy & Crowther, Philip (2011) Butterpaper, sweat & tears : the affective dimension of engaging students during the architectural critique. In Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia 2011, 18 - 21 September 2011, Deakin University, Geelong, VIC.
Saghafi, Mahmoud R., Franz, Jill M., & Crowther, Philip (2010) Crossing the cultural divide : a contemporary holistic framework for conceptualising design studio education. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Design Education : ConnectED, Sydney.
Crowther, Philip, Loh, Susan, & Sanders, Paul S. (2010) Accommodating serendipity in the active studio. In Forsyth, Graham (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Design Education, Conference Links and Event Management Services, University of New South Wales, Sydney, pp. 1-5.
Crowther, Philip (2010) Assessing architectural design processes of diverse learners. In Proceedings of ATN Assessment Conference 2010 : Sustainability, Diversity and Innovation, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
Crowther, Philip & Savage, Susan M. (2008) The changing role of universities and flexible course re-development. In CIB W89 : International Conference in Building Education and Research, 10th - 15th February 2008, Sri Lanka. (Unpublished)
Davis, Rebekah, Popovic, Vesna, & Crowther, Philip (2007) Advancing Design Activity: Catalysts for Sustained Innovation. In Poggenpohl, Sharon (Ed.) The International Association of Societies of Design Research, 12 - 15 November, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China.
Crowther, Philip (2006) Sustaining a Subtropical Response. In Subtropical Cities 2006, 27-29 September 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
Crowther, Philip & Savage, Susan M. (2005) Strange Bedfellows: Collaborative Course Development Across the Disciplines. In Holt-Damant, Kathi & Sanders, Paul (Eds.) Third International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, September 2005, Brisbane.
Crowther, Philip (2002) Design for Buildability and the Deconstruction Consequences. In Chini, Abdol & Schultmann, Frank (Eds.) CIB Task Group 39 - Deconstruction, Annual Meeting 2002, April 2002, Karlsruhe, Germany.
Crowther, Philip (2001) Developing and Inclusive Model for Design for Deconstruction. In Chini, Abdol (Ed.) CIB Task Group 39 - Deconstruction, Annual Meeting, 2001, April 2001, Wellington, New Zealand.
Crowther, Philip (2000) Building Deconstruction in Australia. In Kibert, Charles & Chini, Abdol (Eds.) CIB Task Group 39 - Deconstruction, annual meeting, 2000, May 2000, Watford, U.K..
Crowther, Philip (2000) Building Disassembly and the Lessons of Industrial Ecology. In Shaping the Sustainable Millennium: Collaborative Approaches - CIB, EPA, QUT, CSIRO, July 2000, Brisbane, Australia.
Crowther, Philip (2000) Developing Guidelines for Designing for Deconstruction. In Deconstruction - Closing the Loop, May 2000, Watford, U.K.
Crowther, Philip (1999) Design for Disassembly to Extend Service Life and Increase Sustainability. In Lacasse, Michael A. & Vanier, Dana J. (Eds.) Durability of Building Materials and Components 8: Service Life and Asset Management, May 30 - June 3, 1999, Vancouver, Canada.
Crowther, Philip (1999) Design for Disassembly to Recover Embodied Energy. In Szokolay, Steven S. (Ed.) The 16th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, 22-24 September 1999, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns.
Crowther, Philip (1999) Design for disassembly : an architectural strategy. In Ganis, Mary (Ed.) Design for Sustainability, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 27-33.
Crowther, Philip (1999) Historic Trends in Building Disassebly. In Technology in Transition: Mastering the Impacts - ACSA/CIB 1999 International Science and Technology Conference, June 1999, Montreal, Canada.
Osborne, Lindy, Franz, Jill M., Savage, Susan M., & Crowther, Philip (2012) Dichotomy in the design studio : adapting to new blended learning environments. In CIF Dean’s Research Seminar, 8 February 2012, Queensland University of Technology.
Crowther, Philip, Osborne, Lindy, & Caldwell, Glenda Amayo (2012) Learning landscapes 2.0 : warning - assembly required. In The CIF Dean's Research Seminar, 8 February 2012, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Saghafi , Mahmoud Reza, Gard, Stephan, Franz, Jill M., Crowther, Philip, Sanders, Paul S., & Santo, Yasuhiro (2012) Bending and blurring blended learning boundaries [Extended Abstract]. In Joosten, Tanya (Ed.) 9th Annual SLOAN Consortium (SLOAN-C) Blended Learning and Conference Workshop, 23-24 April 2012, Hyatt Regency, Milwaukee.
Crowther, Philip, Osborne, Lindy, & Caldwell, Glenda (2011) Learning Landscapes 2.0: Adaptable educational environments. [Design/Architectural Work]
Crowther, Philip, Kennedy, Rosemary J., Fuller, Mark, Hill, Tim, Lyons, Ben, Middleton, Malcolm, et al. (2011) Brisbane Airport Atelier : Team Delta. [Design/Architectural Work]
Wright, Natalie, Jerome, Kristine P., Franz, Jill M., Berry, Michael Richard, Wigg, Adam, Scott, Andrew, et al. (2010) goDesign travelling design workshop program for regional secondary students. [Exhibition/Event]
Shutter, Leigh, Crowther, Philip, Sanders, Paul S., & Satherley, Shannon D. (2009) Genshanmen Urban Centre and Transport Interchange. [Design/Architectural Work]
Shutter, Leigh, Crowther, Philip, Sanders, Paul S., & Birkeland, Janis (2008) Binjiang urban centre and transport interchange. [Design/Architectural Work]
Crowther, Philip (2005) Beach House. [Design/Architectural Work]
Crowther, Philip (2004) West End House. [Design/Architectural Work]
Crowther, Philip (2003) Design for disassembly : an architectural strategy for sustainability. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.