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Assoc Prof Mark Luther
Associate Professor, Dr. Luther is the Consortium Director of MABEL (the Mobile Architecture and Built
Environment Laboratory at
Deakin University, Geelong Australia. He is a registered architect in Michigan (U.S.A.) and Victoria
(Australia). He lectures in the School
of Architecture and Building at Deakin University, in graduate and undergraduate courses on lighting,
acoustics and building services as
well as a course in Sustainable Building Constructs.
CareerBS Arch, M Arch & D Arch. - The University of Michigan
Registered Architect - Victoria Australia, Michigan, U.S.A.
Project Architect - Lueneburg, Germany - 2.5 years
Self Employed Architect: 5 years in Michigan, U.S.A.
Employed as an architect in Michigan for 2 years
Key publicationsLuther, MB (2009) Towards Prefabricated Sustainable Housing: an Introduction BDP Environmental Design Guide, TEC 28, Australian Institute of Architects
Luther, MB (2009) Ventilation Research on Australian Residential Construction Architecture Science Review Vol. 52, No. 2, The University of Sydney
Luther, MB (2009) Developing an 'as Performing' Building Assessment Journal of Green Building Vol.4, No.3 Summer Edition, College Publishing, U.S.A.
Taylor P, Fuller R.J., and Luther, M.B. (2008) Energy use and thermal comfort in a rammed earth office building Energy and Buildings 40 , 793-800 Elsevier Press
Jones, J.R. and Luther, M.B. (1993) A Summary of Analytical Methods and Case Study Monitoring of Atria ASHRAE Transactions Winter Conference, ASHRAE, Atlanta, GA
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Professional activitiesArchitect in Environmental Design Assessment and Evaluation
Member of AIRAH, ANZAScA, ANZSES, ASHRAE
Teaching areasBuilding Services
Building Environmental Technology: Lighting, Thermal and Acoustics