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Sibley, Magda, Pezzica, Camilla and Tweed, Aidan 2021. Eco-hammam: the complexity of accelerating the ecological transition of a key social heritage sector in Morocco. Sustainability 13 (17) , 9935. 10.3390/su13179935
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Sibley, Magda and Pena-Garcia, Antonio 2020. Flat glass or crystal dome aperture? A year-long comparative analysis of the performance of light pipes in real residential settings and climatic conditions. Sustainability 12 (9) , 3858. 10.3390/su12093858
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Sibley, Magda and Pezzica, Camilla 2020. Eco-hammam - share the resources, save the planet! [Online]. https://ecohammam.com: Cardiff University. Available at: https://ecohammam.com/

Sibley, Magda, Pezzica, Camilla, Elkadi, Galila and Abouelmagd, Doaa A. S. 2020. Belle epoque Cairo museums itineraries: مسارات متاحف الزمن الجميل. [Online]. https://becami.com/: Cardiff University. Available at: https://becami.com/

Alghafis, Mohammed, Latif, Eshrar and Sibley, Magda 2019. A review of existing literature on architectural identity of Saudi buildings. Presented at: SPACE International Conference 2019 Architectural Culture and Society, London, England, 29 November - 1 December 2019. Proceedings - SPACE International Conference 2019 on Architectural Culture and Society, 29 November - 1 December 2019, London. London, UK: SPACE Studies Publications, pp. 110-118.
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Idris, Madihah Mat and Sibley, Magda 2019. What are users' perceptions of the hospital courtyard garden and how satisfied are they with it? Asian Journal of Environment -Behavior Studies 4 , pp. 60-75. 10.21834/aje-bs.v4i13.348
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Sibley, Magda 2018. Let there be light! Investigating vernacular daylighting in Moroccan heritage hammams for rehabilitation, benchmarking and energy saving. Sustainability 10 (11) , 3984. 10.3390/su10113984
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Ahmed, Vian, Tezel, Algan, Aziz, Zeeshan and Sibley, Magda 2017. The future of Big Data in facilities management: opportunities and challenges. Facilities 35 (13/14) , pp. 725-745. 10.1108/F-06-2016-0064

Sibley, Magda and Sibley, Martin 2015. Hybrid transitions: combining biomass and solar energy for water heating in public bathhouses. Energy Procedia 83 , pp. 525-532. 10.1016/j.egypro.2015.12.172
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Sibley, Magda and Sibley, Martin 2013. Hybrid green technologies for retrofitting heritage buildings in North African medinas: combining vernacular and high-tech solutions for an innovative solar powered lighting system for hammam buildings. Energy Procedia 42 , pp. 718-725. 10.1016/j.egypro.2013.11.074
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Sibley, Magda 2013. The historic hammams of Damascus and Fez. In: Weber, Willi and Yannas, Simos eds. Lessons from Vernacular Architecture, Routledge, pp. 77-91.

Dumreicher, Heidi, Levine, Richard S. and Sibley, Magda 2013. Hammam rehabilitation reader. Vienna, Austria: Sonderzahl Verlagsges.

Sibley-Behloul, Magda 2013. Rehabilitating hammam seffarine in Fez. In: Dumreicher, Heidi, Levine, Richard S. and Sibley-Behloul, Magda eds. Hammam Rehabilitation Reader, Sonderzahl Verlagsges,

Destino, T. and Sibley-Behloul, Magda 2013. The Hammam living traditions. In: Dumreicher, Heidi, Levine, Richard S. and Sibley-Behloul, Magda eds. Hammam Rehabilitation Reader, Sonderzahl Verlagsges.,

Sibley, Magda and Jackson, Iain 2012. The architecture of Islamic public baths of North Africa and the Middle East: an analysis of their internal spatial configurations. arq: Architectural Research Quarterly 16 (2) , pp. 155-170. 10.1017/S1359135512000462

Alatni, B., Sibley, M. and Minuchin, L. 2012. Evaluating the impact of the internationalisation of urban planning on Saudi Arabian cities. Presented at: 7th International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability 2012, Ancona, Italy, 7-9 May 2012. Published in: Pacetti, M. and Passerini, G. eds. Sustainable City VII: Urban Regeneration and Sustainability. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environmen pp. 291-301. 10.2495/SC120251
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Sibley, Magda 2009. The courtyards houses of the Medina of Fez. In: Ludovico, Micara and Vadini, Ettore eds. The Mediterranean Medina, Gangem Edition,

Sibley, Magda and Fodil, Fadli 2009. The utopian space of the Islamic bathhouse or hammam. In: Phillips, Richard ed. Muslim Spaces of Hope: Geographies of possibilities in Britain and the West, Zed Books,

Fadli, Fodil and Sibley, Magda 2009. Hammams of North Africa: an architectural study of sustainability concepts in a historic traditional building. In: Claude, Demers and Andre, Potvin eds. Architecture Energy and the Occupant's Perspective, Presses de l'Université Laval,

AlWaer, H., Sibley, M. and Lewis, J. 2008. Factors and priorities for assessing sustainability of regional shopping centres in the UK. Architectural Science Review 51 (4) , pp. 391-402. 10.3763/asre.2008.5143

AlWaer, H., Sibley, M. and Lewis, J. 2008. Different stakeholder perceptions of sustainability assessment. Architectural Science Review 51 (1) , pp. 48-59. 10.3763/asre.2008.5107

Tee, Goh Ai and Sibley, Magda 2008. Sustainable housing development: design towards zero energy for space heating. Presented at: 25th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA), Dublin, Ireland, 22-24 Oct 2008.
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Sibley, Magda 2005. Informal transformations of formal housing estates in Algiers and Cairo. In: Shakur, Tasleem ed. Cities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment, Open House Press, pp. 88-98.

Sibley, Magda 2005. The Courtyard houses of North African medinas: past, present and future. In: Edwards, Brian, Sibley, Magda, Hakmi, Mohammad and Land, Peter eds. Courtyard Housing: Past, Present and Future, London, UK: Taylor & Francis, pp. 49-62.

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