about

publications

Cityscape:  A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Special Issue on Hurricane Response, “A Sustainable Housing Response to Hurricane Katrina,” John Quale and Kristina Iverson, published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Fall 2008

Eco-Architecture:  Harmonisation Between Architecture and Nature,: “Ecological, Modular and Affordable Housing;” John Quale; G. Broadbent and C. A. Brebbia, editors; WIT Press, 2006, pages 53-62

Eco-Architecture II:  Harmonisation Between Architecture and Nature, “Hands On Learning: the ecoMOD Project;” John Quale; G. Broadbent and C. A. Brebbia, editors; WIT Press, 2008, pages 171-180

Ecology and Design:  Ecological Literacy in Architecture Education, 2006 Report and Proposal, American Institute of Architects, Committee on the Environment, funded by the Tides Foundation’s Kendeda Sustainability Fund,  2006, PDF version, pages 61-62

Expanding Architecture: Design as Activism, essay on ecoMOD in collected volume; Bryan Bell and Katie Wakeford, editors; Metropolis Books, 2008

Growing Urban Habitats. Seeking a New Housing Development Model, by William R. Morrish, Susanne Schindler and Katie Swenson, Stout Publishers, San Francisco, 2009

Integrated Design in Contemporary Architecture, section on ecoMOD1 house; Kiel Moe, Princeton Architectural Press, 2008

The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 3, “Sustainable Opportunities in Prefabricated Construction,” John Quale, 2007

Journal of Architectural Education, “Design as Research: Learning from Doing in the Design-Build Studio,” David Hinson, Volume 61, Number 1, September 2007, pages 23-26

Journal of Architectural Education, Sustainability Issue, “Introduction,” Vincent Canizaro and Kim Tanzer, Volume 60, Number 4, May 2007, pages 4-14

Journal of Building Performance Simulation, “Four approaches to teaching with building performance simulation tools in undergraduate architecture and engineering education,” by Patrick P. Charles and Charles R. Thomas, Volume 2, Issue 2 June 2009, pages 95 – 114

Lunch, Volume 1:  Trespass, graduate student journal of the School of Architecture, May 2006

Lunch, Volume 4:  Margin, graduate student journal of the School of Architecture, May 2009

Metropolis Magazine, “The Rise of the Citizen Architect:  Public Interest Architecture,” interview with John Quale, October 2008, cover story, pages 121-127

The Next American City, “Prefab Housing Goes Green Gracefully,” John Quale, Issue 11, Summer 2006

The Oxford Conference:  A Re-Evaluation of Education in Architecture; “The Case for Real Buildings with Real Budgets,” by John Quale; Sue Roaf and Andrew Bairstow, editors; WIT Press, 2008, pages 149-152

Rebuilding After Katrina:  Visions for the Gulf Coast, Betsy Roettger, editor, “ecoMOD2:  the preHAB house,” John Quale, volume two in the UVA School of Architecture’s ‘Urgent Matters’ book series, distributed by University of Virginia Press, 2007

Summer Institute of Architecture Journal 2007, Catholic University of America, “Assuming Responsibility:  Investigating the Architecture of Stewardship,” Volume 4, “John Quale / ecoMOD / Interview 06.20.2007,” pages 6-15

Sustain Magazine:  Offsite Construction (OSC) Magazine Supplement, “Finding the Potential in Prefab,” John Quale, Summer 2006

Technology, Nature & Sustainable Design:  Behind the Curtain of ecoMOD3; the students of STS 200-2, with B.R. Cohen, University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science, 2008

The Value of Design, Proceedings of 2009 ACSA Annual Meeting, “ecoMOD3 — the SEAM House:  Historic Preservation as Social and Environmental Justice,” John Quale, March 2009

The Value of Design, Proceedings of 2009 ACSA Annual Meeting, “Revising the American Dream:  Making Sustainable Housing Affordable For All,” John Quale, March 2009

trojan goat: UVA solar decathlon team

2002 UVA Solar Decathlon team

Sustainable Homes USA; essay on UVA Solar Decathlon house; Jacobo Krauel, editor; Links International; Barcelona, Spain, 2009

Trojan Goat:  A Self-Sufficient House, by John D. Quale, preface by Kenneth Frampton, volume one in the UVA School of Architecture’s ‘Urgent Matters’ book series, distributed by the University of Virginia Press, 2005

306090, A Journal of Emergent Architecture + Design, Issue 04:  Global Trajectories, “Trojan Goat,” Princeton Architectural Press, Spring 2003, pages 86-91