Jacqueline Mcintosh

Courses

Teaching in 2018

Qualifications

BA UBC, MBSc (Dist) VUW, PGCHLT VUW

Stream supervisor

ARCI 591/592 - Architecture Research Thesis
Emergent Practices: Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Research interests

My current research falls under the overall umbrella of sustainability, and in particular issues relating to:

Housing:

  • culture
  • construction innovation
  • disaster recovery.

In addition, the shift from industry to academia has prompted an interest in:

  • architectural pedagogy
  • social constructivist theories of teaching and learning.

Current research projects

I am currently engaged in two research projects with respect to sustainable housing. At the global level, I am seeking different examples and cultural models of shared housing and at the local level.

I am exploring housing construction innovations that have developed/could develop through use of new internet technologies, with a particular focus on SIPs construction.

My third, longer range research project surveys internationally, the teaching of architectural management and professionalism within architecture degree programmes.

Selected publications

Journal publications

McIntosh, J., Gray, J., & Maher, S. (2010). In Praise of Sharing as a Strategy for Sustainable Housing. Journal of Green Building, Volume 5, Number 1, Winter.

McIntosh, J. (2009). Searching for the Alchemists Stone: Finding Management Relevance in Architectural Experience. International Journal of the Humanities. Volume 7, Issue 1. (pp. 171-182).

Maher, S L., & McIntosh, J. (2007, July). In Defence of Others: Culture and Context in Sustainable Housing Typology. Protibesh Environment - Journal of the Department of Architecture. 11, 2. (pp. 17-25).

Chapter in book

Ward, D., & McIntosh, J. (2009). Building Knowledge: The Use of Internet Chat Forums in Researching Construction Innovation. Computing, Cognition and Education; Recent Research in Architectural Sciences. Ins by Ning, G., Ostwald, M J., & Williams, A. (Eds). Australia and New Zealand Architectural Science Association. (pp. 63-74). Newcastle and Sydney, Australia.

Conference paper in published proceedings

McIntosh, J. (2008). Learning from Hurricane Katrina: The Case for Structural Insulated Panel Systems. 4th International i-Rec Conference 2008. Ins by Seville, E. (Eds). i-Rec. (pp. 1-13). Christchurch, New Zealand.

Full list of publications

Courses

Teaching in 2018