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Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

My primary focuses are, architectural history, technology and digital production. Exploring the implementation of BIM in relation to objects and specification in relation to sustainability and heritage. I am also interested in analogue and digital approaches to architectural design, examining the use of software and the integration of BIM in the design process and visual communication.  

Key Publications

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  • Planning Adaptation: Accommodating Complexity in the Built Environment, Muldoon-Smith, K., Moreton, L. 11 Jan 2022, In: Urban Planning
  • Meaningful Transfer: Tech-knowlogical interdependencies in the digital built environment, Muldoon-Smith, K., Moreton, L., Kotter, R. 31 Aug 2021, In: Frontiers in Sustainable Cities
  • The communication of architectural design analysis in residential design guidance: legibility, commodity and design, Moreton, L. 1 Sep 2020, In: Town Planning Review
  • The complexities of managing historic buildings with BIM, Charlton, J., Kelly, K., Greenwood, D., Moreton, L. 15 May 2020, In: Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management
  • Regionally Responsive Approaches to Residential Design in England, Moreton, L. Aug 2016

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