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Publication List

Books

1. *Coyne, Richard. 2011. Derrida for Architects. London: Routledge.

2. *Coyne, Richard. 2010. The Tuning of Place: Sociable Spaces and Pervasive Digital Media. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 330pp.

3. *Snodgrass, Adrian, and Richard Coyne. 2006. Interpretation in Architecture: Design as a Way of Thinking. London: Routledge, 332 pages.

4. *Coyne, Richard. 2005. Cornucopia Limited: Design and Dissent on the Internet. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 284 pages.

5. *Coyne, R.D. 1999. Technoromanticism: Digital Narrative, Holism and the Romance of the Real, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 398 pages.

6. *Coyne, R.D. 1995. Designing Information Technology in the Postmodern Age: From Method to Metaphor, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 399 pages.

7. Coyne, R. D., Rosenman, M. A., Radford, A. D., Balachandran, M. and Gero, J.S. 1994. Knowledge-Based Design Systems, Japanese edition published by Ohm-Sha, Tokyo, 522 pages (First edition by Addison Wesley, Reading Massachusetts, 1990, 576 pages). [MO]

8. Coyne, R. D. 1988. Logic Models of Design, Pitman, London, 317 pages.

Edited proceedings

9. Coyne, R.D (ed) (1989). Proc. Computers in Design Teaching, appeared as ADTRA Journal (Journal of the Architectural Design Teaching and Research Association), University of Sydney, Sydney, Vol.1, No.2, 56 pages.

10. Coyne, R.D., Snodgrass, A.B., Fry, A. and Redding, P. (eds) (1991). Proc. Gadamer, Action and Reason, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, Sydney, 75 pages. [MO]

11. Coyne, R.D. (ed.) (1993). Proc. Universities as Interpretive Communities, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, Sydney, 175 pages.

12. Maher, M.L., Coyne, R.D. and Newton, S. (eds) (1994). Proc. Multimedia and Design Conference, Key Centre of Design Computing, Department of Architectural and Design Science, University of Sydney, Sydney, 255 pages.

13. Coyne, R.D., M. Ramscar, J. Lee and K. Zreik (eds) (1997). Proc. EuropIA97: Design and the Net, Edinburgh, EuropIA productions, Paris.

14. Coyne, Richard and John Lee (2000) Proc. Design and the Emerging E-Commerce Environment, University of Edinburgh, EuropIA productions, Paris. [MO]

Book chapters

15. Gero, J.S., Radford, A.D., Coyne, R.D. and Akiner, V.T. (1985). Knowledge-based computer-aided architectural design, Knowledge Engineering in Computer-Aided Design, Gero, J.S. (ed.), North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 57-81.

16. Gero, J.S. and Coyne, R.D. (1985). Knowledge-based planning as a design paradigm, Design Theory for CAD, Yoshikawa, H. and Warman, E. (eds), North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp.289-323. [MO]

17. Rosenman, M.A., Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1987). Expert Systems for Design Applications, in Applications of Expert Systems, Quinlan J.R. (ed.), Addison-Wesley, Wokingham, England, pp. 66-84.

18. Coyne, R.D., Rosenman, M.A., Radford, A.D., and Gero, J.S. (1987). Innovation and creativity in knowledge-based CAD, Expert Systems in Computer-Aided Design, Gero, J.S. (ed.), North-Holland Amsterdam, pp.435-465. [MO]

19. Coyne, R.D. and Radford, A.D. (1988). Knowledge-based design systems in architecture: a linguistic perspective, in Knowledge-Based Systems in Architecture, Gero, J.S and Oksala, T. (eds), Acta Scandinavica Polytechnica, Helsinki, pp.27-36. [MO]

20. Coyne, R.D. (1990). Tools for exploring associative reasoning in design, in The Electronic Design Studio, M.McCullough, W.J. Mitchell and P. Purcell (eds), MIT Press, Cambridge, pp.91-106.

21. Newton, S. and Coyne, R.D. (1991). The impact of connectionist systems on design, in Artificial Intelligence in Design ’91, by J.S. Gero (ed), Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, pp.49-75.

22. Coyne, R.D. (1992). The impact of computer use on design practice, CAD Futures ’91: Education, Research, Application, G.N. Schmitt (ed.) Vieweg, Wiesbaden, Germany, pp.413-424.

23. Newton, S. and Coyne, R.D. (1993). Assessing the impact of new technologies on design practice through an examination of metaphor, in Advanced Technologies: Architecture, Planning, Civil Engineering, M.R. Beheshti and K. Zreik (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp.43-52.

24. Coyne, R.D., Newton, S. and Sudweeks, F. (1993). A connectionist view of creative design reasoning, in Modelling Creativity and Knowledge-Based Creative Design, J.S. Gero and M.L. Maher (eds), Lawrence Erlbaum, New Jersey, pp.177-209. [MO]

25. Coyne, R.D. (1996). Language, space and information, Intelligent Environments: Spatial Aspects of the Information Revolution, ed. P. Droege, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp.503-528.

26. Coyne, R.D. and McLachlan, F. (1997). The legacy of Surrealism in the electronic design studio, Proc. CAADFutures97, ed. R. Junge, Kluwer, Dordrecht, Germany, pp.733-748. [MO]

27. Berthold, M.R., Sudweeks, F., Newton, S. and Coyne, R. (1995). “It makes sense”: using an autoassociative neural network to explore typicality in computer-mediated discussions, in Network and Netplay: Virtual Groups on the Internet, S. Rafaeli, F. Sudweeks and M.McLaughlin (eds), AAAI/MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 191-219.

28. Wiszniewski, Dorian, and Richard Coyne. 2002. Mask and Identity: The Hermeneutics of Self Construction in the Information Age. Building Virtual Communities: Learning and Change in Cyberspace. eds Renninger, Ann and Shumar, Wesley, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, 191-214.

29. Coyne, R.D. (2002). The cult of the not-yet. In Designing for a Digital World. Ed Neil Leach. London: Wiley-Academic, 45-48.

30. Coyne, Richard. 2005. The digital uncanny: repetition, suspicion and the space of interpretation. In P. Turner, and E. Davenport (eds.), Spatiality, Spaces and Technology: 5-18. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

31. Coyne, Richard. 2006. Space without ground. In M. Bain (ed.), Architecture in Scotland: 94-99. Glasgow: The Lighthouse Trust. Published in conjunction with exhibition, Defining Place, The Lighthouse, Glasgow.

32. *Coyne, Richard. 2006. Digital Commerce and the Primitive Roots of Architectural Consumption. In J. Odgers, F. Samuel, and A. Sharr (eds.), Primitive: Original Matters in Architecture: 247-258. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. First appeared as Coyne, Richard. 2004. Digital Commerce and the Primitive Roots of Architectural Consumption (abstract). Conference on the Primitive: 23-23. Cardiff, Wales.

33. *Coyne, Richard. 2007. Forms in the Dark: Nature, Waste and Digital Imitation. In M. Frascari, J. Hale, and B. Starkey (eds.), From Models to Drawings: Imagination and Representation in Architecture. London: Routledge.

34. *Coyne, Richard, and James Stewart. 2007. Orienting the future: design strategies for non-place. In T. Inns (ed.), Design for the 21st Century 79-90. London: Gower Ashgate. [MO]

35. *Coyne, Richard. 2008. “Creativity and sound: the agony of the senses.” In The Routledge Companion to Creativity, edited by Tudor Rickards, Mark A. Runco and Susan Moger, 25-36. Routledge: London.

36. Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2007. Voice and space: The agency of the acousmêtre in spatial design. In P. Turner, S. Turner, and E. Davenport (eds.), Exploration of Space, Technology and Spatiality: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 102-112, Hershey PA: Information Science Reference. First appeared as Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2004. Voices Off: The Spatial Implications of Voice in Ubiquitous Digital Media. Proc. Space, Spatiality, Technology Conference 12 – 24 Dec 2004: 34-38. Edinburgh: Napier University. [MO]

37. *Coyne, Richard, Mark Wright, James Stewart, and Henrik Ekeus. 2009. “Virtual flagships and sociable media.” In Flagship Marketing: Concepts and Places, edited by Anthony Kent and Reva Brown, 46-62. London: Routledge. [MO]

38. Coyne, Richard, James Stewart, Mark Wright, Henrik Ekeus, Robin Williams, and Penny Travlou. 2010. Branded meeting places: Ubiquitous technologies and the design of places for meaningful human encounter. In T. Inns (ed.), Design for the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Methods and Findings: 146-159. London: Gower Ashgate. [MO]

Refereed journal articles

39. Coyne, R.D. (1982). VISIT: a computer design tool for landscape architects, Land Use Modelling Quarterly, CES, University of Melbourne, February, pp. 6-9.

40. Gero, J.S. and Coyne, R.D. (1985). Logic programming as a means of representing semantics in design languages, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, vol. 12, pp. 351-369. [MO]

41. Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1985). Design knowledge and sequential plans, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, vol. 12, pp. 401-418. [MO]

42. Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1985). Design knowledge and context, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, vol. 12, pp. 419-442. [MO]

43. Coyne, R.D. (1985) Knowledge-based planning systems and design: a review, Architectural Science Review, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 95-103.

44. Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1986). Semantics and the organization of knowledge in design, Design Computing, vol. 1, no. 1 pp. 68-89. [MO]

45. Coyne, R.D. (1990). Logic of design actions, Knowledge-Based Systems, Vol.3, No.4, pp.242-257.

46. Coyne, R.D. and Postmus, A. (1990). Spatial applications of neural networks, Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Vol.5, No.1, pp.9-22. [MO]

47. Coyne, R.D. and Newton, S. (1990). Design reasoning by association, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol. 17, pp.39-56. [MO]

48. Coyne, R.D. (1990). Design reasoning without explanations, AI Magazine, Vol.11, No.4, pp.72-80. Originally appeared as Coyne, R.D. (1990). Learning without explanations: design education and models of cognition. Proc. ANZAScA90/ADTRA, University of New South Wales, Sydney, pp.243-249.

49. Coyne, R.D. (1991). Objectivity and the design process, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.18, pp.361-371.

50. Coyne, R.D. (1991). Modelling the emergence of design descriptions across schemata, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.18, pp.427-458.

51. Coyne, R.D. and Snodgrass, A.D. (1991). Is designing mysterious? Challenging the dual knowledge thesis. Design Studies, Vol.12, No.3, pp.124-131. [MO]

52. Yoon, K.B. and Coyne, R.D. (1992). Reasoning about spatial constraints, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.19, pp.243-266.

53. Coyne, R.D. and Yokozawa, M. (1992). Computer assistance in designing from precedent,  Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.19, pp.143-171. [MO]

54. Coyne, R.D. and Snodgrass, A.B. (1992). Rescuing CAD from rationalism, Design Studies Vol.14, No.2, pp.100-123. [MO]

55. Coyne, R.D. and Snodgrass, A.B. (1992). Cooperation and individualism in design, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.20, pp.163-174. [MO]

56. Snodgrass, A.B. and Coyne, R.D. (1992). Models, metaphors and the hermeneutics of designing,  Design Issues, Vol.9, No.1, pp.56-74.

57. Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1992). CAD in Education: Department of Architectural and Design Science, University of Sydney, ACADIA Quarterly, Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture, USA, Vol.11, No.4, pp.15-19. [MO]

58. Gero, J.S., Coyne, R.D. and Maher, M.L. (1992). Teaching and research in the Design Computing Unit of the University of Sydney, Hermes: Review Sciences et Techniques de la Conception—Journal of Design Sciences and Technology, Vol.1, No.1, pp.69-84.

59. *Coyne, R.D. Snodgrass, A.B. and Martin, D. (1994). Metaphors in the design studio,  JAE (Journal of Architectural Education), Vol.48, No.2, pp.113-125. [MO]

60. Coyne, R.D. (1994). Heidegger and virtual reality: The implications of Heidegger’s thinking for computer representations, Leonardo, Vol.27, No.1, pp.65-73.

61. Coyne, R.D. (1994). Metaphor and the impact of computers on organisations, Hermes: Review Sciences et Techniques de la Conception—Journal of Design Sciences and Technology, Vol.3, No.2, pp.119-135.

62. *Coyne, R.D. and Snodgrass, A.B. (1995). Problem setting within prevalent metaphors of design, Design Issues, Vol.11, No.2, pp.31-61. [MO]

63. Coyne, R.D. (1995). Mistrusting hermeneutics, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.22, No.5, pp.623-628

64. Coyne, R.D. (1995). Computers, metaphors and change, Arq (Architectural Research Quarterly), No.1, Vol.1, pp.62-67.

65. Coyne, R.D. (1995). Communication systems and development: the pragmatic approach, Development Bulletin, Australian Development Studies Network, Vol.35, October, pp.4-7.

66. *Coyne, R.D., McLaughlin, S., Newton, S. (1996). Information technology and praxis: a survey of computers in design practice, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.23, pp.515-551. [MO]

68. Coyne, R.D., Sudweeks, F. and Haynes, D. (1996). Who needs the Internet? Computer-mediated communication in design firms, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.23, pp.749-770. [MO]

69. Coyne, R.D. (1996). Multimedia in the design studio: a metaphorical analysis, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Vol.23, pp. 255-277.

70. Coyne, R.D. (1997). Creativity as commonplace, Design Studies, Vol.18, No. 2, pp.135-141, also presented at Proc. Creativity and Cognition, University of Loughborough.

71. Snodgrass, Adrian B., and Richard D. Coyne. (1997). Is designing hermeneutical? Architectural Theory Review, (2) 1, 65-97.

72. *Coyne, R. D. (1998). Cyberspace and Heidegger’s Pragmatics Information Technology and People, Special Issue: Heidegger and Information Technology, 11 (4), pp.338-350.

73. Coyne, R. D. (1999). The embodied architect in the information age, Architectural Research Quarterly, Arq, 3(2): 175-185.

74. McLachlan, Fiona and Richard Coyne (2001). The accidental move: accident and authority in design discourse, Design Studies , Vol. 22, 87-99. [MO]

75. Raman, P. G. and Richard Coyne (2000). The production of architectural criticism, Architectural Theory Review, University of Sydney, Australia, pp.83-103. ABN 15 211 513 464. [MO]

76. *Coyne, Richard, Hoon Park and Dorrian Wiszniewski (2000). Design Devices: What They Reveal and Conceal, Kritische Berichte: Zeitschrift für Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften, Vol. 3, ISSN 0340-7403, pp.55-69. [MO]

77. Coyne, R. and Wiszniewski, D. (2000). Technical Deceits: critical theory, hermeneutics and the ethics of information technology. International Journal of Design Sciences and Technology Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 9-18. First presented at Proc. Second International Workshop on Philosophy of Design and Information Technology: Ethics in Information Technology Design, 9-10 December, Saint-Ferréol, Toulouse, France, 35-44. [MO]

78. Ofluoglu, Salih, Richard Coyne, and John Lee. 2002. PLA(id): A tool for organising and sharing on-line building product information. Automation in Construction, (11) 5, 585-596.

79. Coyne, R.D., J. Lee, D. Duncan and S. Ofluoglu. (2001). Applying web-based product libraries, Automation in Construction, 10 549-559. First appeared as Coyne, R.D., J. Lee, D. Duncan and S. Ofluoglu. (1998). Applying web-based product libraries, Proc. EuropIA’98, Cyber Design, eds Cherif Branki and Khaldoun Zreik, EuropIA Productions, Paris, pp.105-117. [MO]

80. McLachlan, Fiona, and Richard Coyne. 2001. The accidental move: accident and authority in design discourse. Design Studies. 22 87-99.

81. Coyne, Richard, Hoon Park, and Dorian Wiszniewski. 2002. Design devices: digital drawing and the pursuit of difference. Design Studies, (23) 3, 263-286.

82. Coyne, Richard. 2003. Mindless repetition: learning from computer games. Design Studies, (24)199-212.

83.   Coyne, Richard, John Lee, and Martin Parker. 2005. Permeable portals: designing congenial web sites for the e-society. Tangentium, (2) 1, http://www.personal.leeds.ac.uk/~polaw/tangentium/jan05/index.html. [MO]

84. Coyne, Richard, Pedro Rebelo, and Martin Parker. 2004. Resisting the seamless interface. International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), (4) 2, 430-442.

85. Coyne, Richard. 2005. Wicked problems revisited. Design Studies, (26) 1, 5-17.

86. Coyne, Richard. 2005. Inflecting space. Avatar: Dislocazioni tra Antrapologia e Communicazione, (December no. 6) 34-39.

87.   Coyne, Richard. 2007. Thinking through virtual reality: Place, non-place, and situated cognition in technological society. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, Special Issue: Real and Virtual Places (http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/SPT/v10n3/pdf/), (10) 3, 26-38.

88. Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2006. Voices out of place: Voice, non-place and ubiquitous digital communications. Mobile Understanding: The Epistemology of Ubiquitous Communication: 171-182. Vienna: Passagen Verlag. First appeared as Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2005. Sounding Off: The Place of Voice in Ubiquitous Digital Media. Proc. Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age, Budapest, April 28–30: 129-134.

89. Coyne, Richard, Raymond Lucas, Jia Li, Martin Parker, and John Lee. 2007. Co-operation and complicity: Voices, robots, and tricksters in the digital marketplace. International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), (5) 1, 161-175. The augmented marketplace: Voices, robots and tricksters. In V. Bourdaksi, and D. Charitos (eds.), Keynote Speakers: Proc. Communicating Space(s): ii-ix. Volos: University of Thessaly, Greece.

90. Coyne, Richard. 2008. “The net effect: Design, the rhizome, and complex philosophy.” Futures 40: 552-561.

91. Coyne, Richard. 2009. Interpretive communities as decisive agents: on pervasive digital technologies. Architecture Research Quarterley (ARQ), (13) 2, 127-132.

Refereed conference articles (that have not also appeared as chapters or journal articles)

92. Gero, J.S. and Coyne, R.D. (1984). The place of expert systems in architecture, CAD84, Butterworths, Guildford, pp. 529-546.

93. Gero, J.S. and Coyne, R.D. (1986). Developments in expert systems for design synthesis, Expert Systems in Civil Engineering, Kostem, C.N. and Maher, M.L. (eds), ASCE, Seattle, Washington, pp. 193-203.

94. Coyne, R.D. and Gero, J.S. (1986). Expert systems that design, Proc. First Australian Artificial Intelligence Congress, Melbourne, Computerworld, 37-43 Alexander St, Crows Nest, NSW, pp. I.10-I.20. [MO]

95. Gero, J.S., Radford, A.D., Rosenman, M.A., Coyne, R.D., Balachandran, B. and Mackenzie, C. (1986). Knowledge-based building design, Advanced Building Technology—Proceedings of CIB86, Vol.1, pp.93-102.

96. Radford, A.D. and Coyne, R.D. (1987). Architectural design expression with low cost computer graphics, Proc. AUSGRAPH87, ACGA 576 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, pp. 25.1-25.9.

97. Coyne, R.D. (1987). The application of expert systems to architectural design, Proc. 20th Annual Conference of ANZAScA, Department of Architectural Science, University of Sydney, pp.197-203.

98. Rosenman, M.A., Gero, J.S., Coyne, R.D., Radford, A.D., Smith, P.R., Coates, D. and Tolhurst, S. (1987). SOLAREXPERT: A prototypical expert system for passive solar energy design in housing, in T. Lee and S. Kaneff (eds), Solar’87—Creating the Future, Vol.II, Aust NZ Solar Energy Society, Canberra, pp.361-370.

99. Coyne, R.D. and Radford, A.D. (1988). Creative Desktop publishing for designers, AUSGRAPH88, Melbourne, pp.133-139. [MO]

100. Radford, A.D. and Coyne, R.D. (1988). Changes in the design process with CAD, Proc. 21st Annual Conference of ANZAScA, University of Queensland, Brisbane, pp.59-62.

101. Coyne, R.D. (1989). The implications of computer use in architecture schools, ADTRA Journal: Proceedings of Computers in Design Teaching Conference, University of Sydney, Sydney, Vol.1, No.2, pp.5-12.

102. Coyne, R.D. and Newton, S. (1989). A tutorial on neural networks and design, Conference on Expert Systems in Engineering, Architecture and Construction, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp.321-337. [MO]

103. Coyne, R.D. (1990). Modelling the emergence of design descriptions across schema boundaries, Proc. First Australian Conference on Neural Networks, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp.41-42.

104. Coyne, R.D. (1991). Inconspicuous architecture, Proc. Gadamer, Action and Reason, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp.62-70.

105. Murthy, H. and Coyne, R.D. (1991). Computer use in architecture schools and architectural practices, Proc. ANZAScA, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, pp.301-307.

106. Coyne, R. and Newton, S. (1992). Metaphors, Computers and Architectural Education, Proc. ECAADE: CAAD Instruction—the New Teaching of an Architect, Barcelona, pp.307-318. [MO]

107. Coyne, R.D. (1992). The role of metaphor in understanding computers in design, Proc. ACADIA (Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture), Charleston, South Carolina, pp.3-11.

108. Coyne, R.D. (1993). IT as Mass Media, Proc. ANZAScA (Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association), Sydney, pp.99-104.

109. Coyne, R.D. (1993). The disintegrated curriculum: hermeneutics and the four modes of professional education, Proc. Universities as Interpretive Communities, University of Sydney, pp.145-168.

110. Coyne, R.D. (1994). Multimedia in the design studio: Does multimedia threaten old media? Proc. Multimedia and Design Conference, Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp.29-42.

111. Coyne, R.D. (1994). Deconstructing the rhetoric of information technology, Proc. International Workshop on the Philosophy of Design and Information Technology, University of Caen, Caen, France, pp.39-57.

112. Coyne, R.D. (1995). Research as romance, in Proc. EuropIA96, Critical Review of the Applications of Advanced Technologies: Architecture, Civil and Urban Engineering, Miramond, M., Le Gauffre, P., Beheshti, R. and Zreik, K. (eds), EuropIA Productions, Paris, France, pp.1-9.

113. Coyne, R.D. (1995). Multimedia metaphors in the design studio, Proc. ECAADE95: Multimedia and Architectural Disciplines, Palermo, Italy, pp.129-138.

114. Coyne, R.D. and McLachlan, F. (1996). Designing the unfamiliar: multimedia in the design studio, Proc. IMARA96: Animated Image and Architectural Representation, Monaco, France, 65-74. [MO]

115. Coyne, Richard, (1996). CAAD, Curriculum and Controversy, In: Proc. ECAADE, European Conference on Education in Computer-Aided Design, ed. A Ekholm, S Fridqvist, S and J af Klercker, Lund, Sweden: Report-ECAADE, European Conference on Education in Computer-Aided Design, Lund Institute of Technology, pp.121-130. ISSN 0-9523687-2-2

116. Coyne, R.D. and J. Lee (1997). CAD on-line, Proc. EuropIA’97: Design and the Net, ed. R.D. Coyne, M. Ramscar, J. Lee and K. Zreik, Edinburgh, EuropIA productions, Paris, pp.63-75. [MO]

117. Coyne, R. D. (1998). Design with Attitude: Postures Intellectuelles, Proc. Computers in Design Studio Teaching, Workshop on CAD and Design teaching: EAAE-eCAADe, eds Herbert Neuckermans and Benjamin Geebelen, Leuven, Belgium, pp.55-63.

118. Coyne, Richard, Dorian Wiszniewski, and Hoon Park (1999). Metaphor in design discourse, Proc. Symposium on Metaphor, J.A.Barnden (ed.) AISB-99 Convention, Edinburgh, pp.56-60. [MO]

119. Wiszniewski, D., Coyne, R.D. and Pierce, C. (1999) Turing’s Machines, Proc. ECAADE99: Turing to 2000, September 15-18, Liverpool. ISBN 0 9523687 5 7 pp. 25-32. [MO]

120. Ofluoglu, S., R.D. Coyne and J. Lee (2000). Managing building product information on the Web, Proc. Incite2000: Implementing IT to Obtain a Competitive Advantage in the 21st Century, Hong Kong, Heng Li, Qiping Shen, David Scott and Peter E.D. Love (eds),  The Hong Kong Politecnic University, 856-868, ISBN 962-367-272-1.

121. Coyne, Richard, Adrian Hawker and Dorian Wiszniewski, (2000). Educational Practice and Interpretation, in Proc. Research by Design B, European Association for Architectural Education, Delft University of Technology, November, 2000, pp. 88-93. First presented at Proc. Research by Design, International Conference, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology in Co-Operation with the EAAE/AEEA, November 1-3, 2000, Abstract: pp. 83-85. ISBN 90-407-2119-X. [MO]

122. Coyne, Richard, John Lee, and Salih Ofluoglu. 2000. Design and the emerging e-commerce environment. In R. Coyne, J. Lee, and K. Zreik (eds.), Proc. Design and the Emerging E-Commerce Environment, 14-15 November 2000: 39-52. Edinburgh: EUROPIA Productions, Paris. [MO]

123. Wiszniewski, Dorian and Richard Coyne. (2002). From questionable ethics to sound judgement. Proc. Ethics in Architecture: Architectural Education in the Epoch of Virtuality, Transactions on Architectural Education No. 08. Ed. Anne Elisabeth Toft, 103-117. ISBN 2-930301-02-3

124. Al-Attili, Aghab, and R. D. Coyne. 2004. Embodiment and illusion: The implications of scale as a cue for immersion in virtual environments. Proc. 1st ASCAAD International Conference, e-Design in Architecture, KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia273-293.

125. Jun-Young, Heo, Aghlab Al-Attili, Pedro Rebelo, and Richard Coyne. 2003. The design implications of time-based interactive media. Generative Art 2003: 6th International ConferenceII-78 to II-85.

126. Rebelo, Pedro, and Richard Coyne. 2003. Resisting the smooth: time-based interactive media in the production of distressed space. Digital Design: 21st eCAADe Conference, 287-291.

127. McMeel, Dermott, Richard Coyne, and John Lee. 2005. Talking dirty: Understanding formal and informal communication in construction projects. In B. Martens, and A. Brown (eds.), Proc. CAADFutures, Learning from the Past: 265-274. Vienna: Österreichischer Kunst- und Kulturverlag.

128. Coyne, Richard, and Jenny Triggs. 2007. Training for practice-based research: adaptation, integration and diversity. In T. Bianchi (ed.), Creativity or Conformity: Building Cultures of Creativity in Higher Education, 8-10 January. Cardiff: Metropolitan University. Full paper at http://www.creativityconference.org/abstracts.php.

129. Stewart, James, Mark Wright, Henrik Ekeus, Richard Coyne, and Penny Travlou. “The memory space: Exploring future uses of Web 2.0 and mobile internet through design interventions.” In Proc. COST (Collaborations on Science and Technology) 298, Copenhagen: COST, 2009.

130. Wright, Mark, Henrik Ekeus, Richard Coyne, James Stewart, Penny Travou, and Robin Williams. 2008. Augmented duality: overlapping a metaverse with the real world. ACM International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment (ACE), Yokahama, Japan, 263-266.

131. Richard Coyne, Mark Wright, James Stewart, Henrik Ekeus, Penny Travou, Meetings on the Move, in Mobility, the City and STS workshop, Copenhagen 20 November 2008

Unpublished conference presentations

132. Coyne, R.D. (1994). IT and Mass Media, Proc. ITS’94 (International Telecommunications Society Conference), July 3-6, Sydney, paper distributed.

Unrefereed articles

133. Coyne, Richard. 2005. Orienting the future: design strategies for non-place. In P. Jenkins (ed.), ScotMARK, Architectural Research and Knowledge: A Scottish Dimension: 72-72. Edinburgh: ScotMARK.

134. Coyne, Richard. 2002. Mute on areas of design (letter to the editor). ARQ Architectural Research Quarterly, (6)5.

Reports

135. Murthy, H. and Coyne, R.D. (1992). Computing in Schools of Architecture in Australia, New Zealand, and South-East Asia, School of Architecture, Report, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Western Australia, 36 pp.

136. Coyne, R., S. McLaughlin, S. Newton, F. Sudweeks. D. Haynes and A. Jumani. (1996). Report on Computers in Practice: a survey of computers in architectural practice, Department of Architecture, University of Edinburgh, 125 pp. [MO]

137. Pedreschi, Remo and Richard Coyne. (1999). Modelling studies of the use of modular building systems in refurbishment. Final Report to the Steel Construction Institute, Department of Architecture, The University of Edinburgh.

138. Triggs, Jenny. 2006. ACE-ECA Postgraduate Research Methods Report. Edinburgh: The University of Edinburgh. 83 pages (under AHRC grant, with input from R. Coyne).

CDROM

139. Coyne, Richard and Volker Welter. (1999). Geddes’ Edinburgh. Multimedia Interactive, SCRAN, Edinburgh. [MO]

Published Reviews: Architectural Science Review, Vol.31, No.1, p.36, 1988; Architectural Science Review, Vol.31, No.2, pp.63-65, 1988; CAD Vol.20, No.4, pp.223-224, 1988; CAD Vol.20, No.5, pp.298-299, 1988; Architectural Science Review, Vol.33, No.2, pp.57-59, 1992; Architectural Science Review, Vol.35, No.1, pp.35-36, 1992; Environment and Planning B, 1998; Architectural Research Quarterly, 1998; Coyne, Richard. 2002. Review of Timothy Druckrey (Ed.): Ars Electronica: Facing the Future, A Survey of Two Decades. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1999). The Information Society, (18) 2.

Some Online Publications

Coyne, R., S. McLaughlin, S. Newton, F. Sudweeks. D. Haynes and A. Jumani. 1996. Report on Computers in Practice: a survey of computers in architectural practice
Body Museum Project 1998 (as a paper)
Essay on CAD showing student work 2001
Essay on Future Studies
Review of Ars Electronica (Oct 2001)

* Selection of the most significant publications

[MO] Indicates “main originator”

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