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Mols, Nick M. L. and Pezzica, Camilla ORCID: 2024. Envisioning the architectural-urban nexus in Renaissance Florence in the case of Palazzo Rucellai. Nexus Network Journal 10.1007/s00004-024-00767-y

Mols, Nick and Pezzica, Camilla ORCID: 2023. Florentine streetscapes and their role in revisiting Palazzo Rucellai's urban façade hypotheses. Presented at: Nexus 2023, Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics, Torino, Italy, 12-15 June 2023. Nexus Network Journal. 10.1007/s00004-023-00698-0

Pezzica, Camilla ORCID:, Mols, Nick and Chioni, Chiara 2023. Multidomain digital twins for exploring alternative urban and architectural virtual realities. Presented at: REpresentation Advances And CHallenges (REAACH) International Symposium, Turin (online), 10-11 October 2023.

Mols, Nick 2022. Italian architectural ratios in the British rotunda typology. Nexus Network Journal 25 10.1007/s00004-022-00632-w

Mols, Nick M. L. 2022. Partitioning sites for invention invention in Serlio's and Palladio's Palazzi. Nexus Network Journal 24 , pp. 333-351. 10.1007/s00004-022-00595-y

Mols, Nick 2021. Numeric intersections between Serlio's and Palladio's room ratios. Presented at: Nexus 20/21: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics, Virtual, 26-29 July 2021. Published in: Williams, Kim and Leopold, Cornelie eds. Nexus Architecture and Mathematics 20/21. Turin: KWB, pp. 207-212.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2021. Scottish annotations in Italian architectural books: The Lord George Douglas Collection. Presented at: 16th International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Literature and Language, 26-30 July 2021.

Mols, Nick M.L. 2020. Digital art history, revealing hidden vectors. Presented at: Technological Revolutions and Art History: A Four-Part Symposium, 12 November 2020.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2020. Early modern emulation as contemporary representation. Contour Journal 5 , pp. 1-21.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2019. Sebastiano Serlio’s spatial representation through ‘Linee Occulte'. Presented at: Thinking 3D: Architecture and Audience, 28-29 September 2019.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2019. Sebastiano Serlio’s spatial representation through Linee Occulte. [Online]. University of St Andrews.: Thinking 3D. Available at:

Mols, Nick M. L. 2019. Digital Humanities and remote sensing: Introduction to LiDAR. Presented at: Digital Day of Ideas 2019, Centre for Data, Culture & Society, University of Edinburgh, 29 May 2019.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2019. Skeuomorph fantasia, Kronian dematerialisation and proportional emulation. Presented at: Material Fluidities: Dialogues Between the Digital and the Handmade, 26 April 2019.

Mols, Nick M. L., Wu, Patricia and Khan, Asad U. 2019. LiDAR as a creative agency. Presented at: Centre for Digital Scholarship, 6 March 2019.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2019. Theory and practice: Gibbs's Rules for Drawing and the Radcliffe Camera. The Georgian Group Journal 27 , pp. 79-90.

Mols, Nick M.L. 2019. Proportional emulation. Jessamy, Kelly, ed. Material Fluidity, Exhibition Catalogue, Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art, Allander Print Ltd, pp. 26-27.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2018. Sebastiano Serlio’s early modern emulation as contemporary representation. Presented at: Scaffolds - Open Encounters with Society, Art and Architecture, 22-23 November 2018.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2018. Architecture and geometry in Early Modern Britain. Presented at: Annual SGSAH Symposium, Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities, 28 August 2018.

Mols, Nick M.L. 2014. A paradox of reduced space. Presented at: Craftsmanship: Dead or Alive?, 11 December 2014.

Mols, Nick 2014. A paradox of reduced space and craftsmanship in architecture. Presented at: IAI-EU: Indonesian pavilion, The Future Craftsmanship in Architecture: 14th Biennale of Venice, 8 June 2014.

Mols, Nick M. L. 2013. Metropolitan House. Van de Vreken, Koen, ed. Architecture, Interior Architecture, Conservation of Monuments and Sites, Urban Design and Regional Planning, Yearbook of Architecture 2011-2012, Antwerp: University Press Antwerp, pp. 68-69.

Mols, Nick M. L. and Kennes, Sybil 2012. Design research, the Research Institute. Verbruggen, Sven, ed. Thoughts for Architecture, Antwerp: University Press Antwerp, pp. 72-77.

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