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Dr puteri shireen jahnkassim

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  1. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Md Sharif, Harlina and Hamat, Sufian (2019) The identity of Islam in project development and the public realm: resisting global mimicry and returning to contextualised inventiveness. In: Islamic development management: recent advancements and issues. Springer, Singapore, pp. 299-317. ISBN 9789811375835
  2. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Zainal Abidin, Siti Norzaini and Mohd Ariffin, Noor Aziah (2019) Reinventing the passive design framework in the tropics: the experience of green rating systems and passive strategies. In: "Technical Symposium 2019: Transforming Built Environments", 25-26 April 2019, University of Sheffield. (Unpublished)
  3. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah (2019) Modulations of identities: a regional facade design resource from the aristocratic vernacular. Cultural Syndrome, 1 (1). pp. 34-52. E-ISSN 2685-3825
  4. Zainal Abidin, Norzalifa and Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah (2019) Multiculturalism as a reflection in the decorative motif in Malaysia traditional buildings. Borneo Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1 (1). pp. 1-11. E-ISSN 2682-8235
  5. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen (2019) A genealogy of Malay architecture: ‘the public realm’. In: Exhibition and Lecture Series: Malay Architecture - The Resilience of Tradition from Origins to the Contemporary, Museum and Gallery Tuanku Fauziah, University Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. (Unpublished)
  6. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita (2019) The mosque in the Malay world: on the origins of spiritual form and space. In: Exhibition and Lecture Series: Malay Architecture - The Resilience of Tradition from Origins to the Contemporary, 15 Jan 2019, Museum and Gallery Tuanku Fauziah, University Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. (Unpublished)
  7. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita (2019) The Malay-inspired residences: embodying the Malay weltanschauung. In: Exhibition and Lecture Series: Malay Architecture - The Resilience of Tradition from Origins to the Contemporary, Museum and Gallery Tuanku Fauziah, University Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. (Unpublished)
  8. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen (2018) The challenge of designing culturally. Construction+, 2018 (11). pp. 14-19. ISSN 9770128150000
  9. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Ibrahim, Illyani (2019) From centre to centrifugal dispersion of the maritime ‘Melayu’ culture: modelling the regional reverberations of the medieval Melaka empire. DISEGNARECON, 12 (22). 9.1-9.17. ISSN 1828-5961
  10. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen (2019) Low energy cities : dimensions of masterplanning and architecture of sustainability across tropical Asia - comparing past and present forms and technologies. In: 2019 International Conference on Civil, Architecture and Urban Engineering (ICCAUE 2019), 18-20 October 2019, Chongqing, China. (Unpublished)
  11. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Md. Sharif, Harlina and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah (2019) The hybrid aesthetics of the malay vernacular: reinventing classifications through the classicality of South East Asia’s palatial forms. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8 (1S). pp. 340-350. ISSN 2277-3878
  12. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah (2019) Reframing a 'theory of origin' of Malay architecture: a basis from the public realm. e-Bangi : Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 16 (4). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1823-884x
  13. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Ibrahim, Illyani and Kamaruddin, Kamariah and Salleh, Elias and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina (2018) Tropical environmentalism of the ‘Malayu’ public realm-A reconstruction of traditional urban climatic ‘sanctuaries’. Journal of Built Environment, Technology and Engineering, 5. pp. 21-33. E-ISSN 0128-1003
  14. Dabdoob, Rawia Marwan and Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen (2019) Performance trends and lifecycle savings of implemented solar photovoltaic system in housing development under tropical climat. International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR), 7 (2). pp. 695-703. ISSN 2320-5407
  15. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah and Abdul Latip, Nurul Syala (2019) Themes of classicality in the Malay architectural form: principles from an aristocratic realm = Tema keklasikan dalam bentuk seni bina Melayu: prinsip daripada golongan bangsawan. Melayu: Jurnal Antarabangsa Dunia Melayu, 11 (1). pp. 27-59. ISSN 1675-6460
  16. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Md Sharif, Harlina and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah (2018) Hybrid aesthetics classification in Malay neo-classicality reinventing identity through aristocratic structures. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences (APSS), 1 (4). pp. 71-75.
  17. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Jamil, Khairil Husaini and Awang, Arita Hanim (2018) The generational impact of tawḥidic practices and propensities in architectural historiography: linking the notion of ‘Time’ in Sūrah al-ʿAṣr to architectural evolvements. In: 3rd International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT3) 2018, 18th-19th Sept. 2018, Bangi, Selangor.
  18. Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Mohd Nawawi, Norwina and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah and Abdullah, Alias (2018) The aesthetic tendencies of early modernity in South-East Asia: the hybrid language of aristocratic palaces of the early 1900s in Malaysia. In: 7th International Seminar On Nusantara Heritage 2018 (7th ISoNH 2018), 23rd Oct. 2018, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
  19. Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah and Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Latip, Nurul Syala and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita (2018) Identifying Malay regional character through aristocratic architectural elements. In: 7th International Seminar On Nusantara Heritage 2018 (7th ISoNH 2018), 23rd Oct. 2018, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
  20. Raja Abdul Kadir, Tengku Anis Qarihah and Jahn Kassim, Puteri Shireen and Abdul Majid, Noor Hanita and Kamaruddin, Zumahiran (2018) Classifications of classical Malay aristocratic architecture:identifying generic and variant forms. Planning Malaysia : Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, 16 (2). pp. 304-322. ISSN 1675-6215

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18Public buildings of early independence: conflations of regionalism and national identity241
19Criticality, symbolic capital and the high-rise form241
20Ecological urbanism in the tropics studies on the sustainable dimensions of Malay traditional urban centers237
21Modernity, nation and urban-architectural form: the dynamics and dialectics of national identity vs regionalism in a tropical city233
22The regional and national agenda in urban-architectural identity though conflicts and conflations225
23Conclusions225
24The transport terminal: marking national landmarks223
25Identifying Malay regional character through aristocratic architectural elements221
26Classifications of classical Malay aristocratic architecture:identifying generic and variant forms209
27Urban syncretism: conscious and unconscious architectural formation of national identity192
28Hybrid aesthetics classification in Malay neo-classicality reinventing identity through aristocratic structures175
29Themes of classicality in the Malay architectural form: principles from an aristocratic realm = Tema keklasikan dalam bentuk seni bina Melayu: prinsip daripada golongan bangsawan166
30Reframing a 'theory of origin' of Malay architecture: a basis from the public realm137