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A new report published by researchers at Oxford Brookes University has revealed for the first time a detailed national picture of the actual performance of new build homes through a detailed analysis of building performance evaluation projects.
Oxford Brookes alumna and Pakistan’s first-ever female architect, Yasmeen Lari, has been awarded the Jane Drew Prize 2020 for her steadfast work in highlighting the role of women in architecture and design.
Oxford Brookes University has been ranked amongst the "world’s top universities" in 13 subjects in the latest QS World University Rankings - up from 12 in 2019.
Pakistan’s first-ever female architect, School of Architecture alumni Yasmeen Lari, has been
awarded the Jane Drew Prize 2020 for her contribution to raising the profile of women in
architecture and design. Lari, 79, joins the ranks of Zaha Hadid, Amanda Levete, Elizabeth
Diller and Denise Scott Brown – who have all previously received the prize.
An Architect Apprenticeship Degree at Oxford Brookes University was the pathway that led to Tegan Ramsey becoming an architect apprentice at the global firm Gensler. Her success was achieved despite a series of health challenges. Tegan’s experience is being featured as part of National Apprenticeship Week: 3 - 7 February 2020. This is an annual week-long celebration in the government’s calendar, to recognise apprentices across England.
Professor Rajat Gupta of the Oxford Brookes Low Carbon Building Research Group has led a pioneering UK-India research study to develop and nurture adoption of building performance evaluation (BPE) in the booming green building marketplace of India.
A team from the Oxford Brookes University’s Centre for Development and Emergency Practice - CENDEP - has received a £690,000 share of £14.8M from the UK government’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), for a joint project focused on helping householders respond to major disasters, by creating shelter in extreme circumstances.
Professor Rajat Gupta, Matt Gregg and Dr Agnese Salvati of the Oxford Brookes Low Carbon Building Research Group have won the Chair’s Award for Best Paper in the Category: Energy Assessment Systems, at the international Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society (SEEDS) Conference 2019.