Forthcoming special Issue of Urban Planning (2024). The issue is interested in how a socio-technical discourse can produce new insights, evidence, or analytical frameworks for housing and design research studies.
List of Publications
Özer, S. & Jacoby, S. (2022). Dwelling size and usability in London: A study of floor plan data using machine learning. Building Research & Information.
Jacoby, S. & Alonso, L. (2022) Home Use and Experience during COVID-19 in London: Problems of Housing Quality and Design. Sustainability, 14(9):5355.
Jacoby, S., Arancibia, A. & Alonso, L. (2022). Space standards and housing design: Typological experimentation in England and Chile. The Journal of Architecture.
Ozer, S. & Jacoby, S. (2022). The design of subsidised housing: Towards an interdisciplinary and cross-national research agenda. Housing Studies.
Laboratory for Design and Machine Learning, Royal College of Art (2021). The home, the household, and Covid-19. Evidence submitted to Commission on Creating Healthy Cities Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation, Kellogg College.
Jacoby, S. & Cheng, J. (Eds.). (2020). The socio-spatial design of community and governance: Interdisciplinary urban design in China. Springer.
Jacoby, S. (2019). Collective forms and collective spaces: A discussion of urban design thinking and practice, based on research in Chinese cities. China City Planning Review, 28(4), 10–17.
Jacoby, S., Cheng, J. & Tan, G. (Eds.). (2018). Collective forms in China: A contemporary review [Special issue]. New Architecture/Xin Jianzhu, 5.