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Curriculum vitae January 2007 Name Robert Vale Postal address: 2 Hauraki Road, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1081 Telephone: 09 372 9188 E-mail: valer@landcareresearch.co.nz r.vale@auckland.ac.nz Academic qualifications, Honours and Awards 1995 PhD University of Nottingham 1973 MA and Diploma in Architecture University of Cambridge 1971 BA University of Cambridge The zero energy Hockerton Housing Project in the UK, designed by Brenda and Robert Vale, won the ‘Residential’ section of the UK National Energy Efficiency Awards Dec 2006. Hockerton Housing Project was awarded the Eurosolar European Prize 2001 in the category "Solar Buildings". Award presented in Berlin 5 December. Received UK Solar Prize Award (zero energy housing category) for Hockerton Housing Project 2000. Received, with Brenda Vale, the 1999 PLEA Award (Passive and Low Energy Architecture) for "lifetime achievement" from PLEA International at the annual PLEA Conference, Brisbane, Australia. October 1999. 1996 Winner of Eurosolar Award for Solar Energy for the Autonomous House. 1994 Elected to the Global 500 Roll of Honour of the United Nations in recognition of outstanding practical achievements in the protection and improvement of the environment. The award was presented on World Environment Day in London by the UN Commissioner for the Environment, Elizabeth Dowdeswell. 1994 Shortlisted for United Nations Habitat Award. 1993 Awarded first Green Building of the Year Award by the Independent on Sunday and the Heating and Ventilating Contractors' Association for the Woodhouse Medical Centre, Sheffield. Present position Postgraduate supervisor, School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland Research Leader, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research (half-time). Appointments held currently Professorial Research Fellow, Victoria University, Wellington, Honorary Professor, School of Architecture, University of Tasmania, Honorary Professor, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney. Member of Auckland City Mayoral Taskforce on Urban Design. Member of judging panel for Auckland City Matiatia Development. Trustee of NZ Ecolabelling Trust Trustee of Waiheke Waste Resource Trust Research and Postgraduate supervision (2000 – 2007) * = completed Huang Ning PhD Sustainable transport for Auckland Bryan Pooley PhD Conversion of suburban Auckland for sustainability (co –supervisor) Maciej Cichy PhD Affordable housing (main supervisor) *David Kettle PhD A method for determining sustainable three waters infrastructure (main supervisor) Jeong Noh PhD Thermal simulation of buildings with atria (co-supervisor)

*Sumita Ghosh PhD A simple method for determining the sustainability of differing residential development patterns in urban areas (co-supervisor) *Paul Jurasovich PhD Sustainability in office buildings (co-supervisor) *Eman Asaad PhD The interaction between housing conditions and health in New Zealand (co-supervisor) *Nalanie Mithraratne PhD A model for life-cycle environmental assessment of NZ housing types (co-supervisor) *Yune Tan PhD Energy conservation in tertiary sector libraries (co-supervisor) *Kelvin Walls PhD Drainage aerosols and health (main supervisor) (In addition I have supervised between 10 and 16 Masters students each year. Research interests Environmentally sustainable architecture and settlements. Zero-energy buildings. Sustainable transport and food systems for a post-oil world. Environmental rating systems for the built environment at building and neighbourhood level. Publications (2000 – 2006) Books: 2002 Vale B. and Vale R. The New Autonomous House Thames and Hudson, London and New York. 256 pp first paperback edition 2000 Vale B. and Vale R. The New Autonomous House Thames and Hudson, London and New York. 256 pp Chapters in books: 2004 Vale B. and Vale R. “Principles of green architecture” in Wheeler S. M. and Beatley T. (eds) (2004) The Sustainable Urban Development Reader Routledge, London/New York. pp 188 – 192 2004 Vale B. and Vale R. “Det Autonoma Huset” and “Hockerton Housing Project” in Wallner S. (2004) Stigfinnare: Innovativt Byggande f?r en H?llbar Utweckling Chalmers, G?teborg. pp 61-69 2003 Vale B and Vale R "Steps Towards a Sustainable Architecture" Chapter 4 in Ballantine A (ed) Architectures: Modernism and After Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK. 2003 pp not known 2003 Vale B and Vale R "Autonomous Living" in Dearling A and Metzler G (eds) Another Kind of Space Enabler Publications, Dorset, UK. 2003. pp 49-55 2002 Vale B and Vale . ‘Autonomous Servicing’ Section 9.3 in Birkeland J (ed) Design for Sustainability; a Sourcebook of Integrated Eco-Logical Solutions Earthscan, London. 2002 2002 Citation in Phaidon Press The House Book Phaidon Press Ltd., London. 2001 (Vale, Brenda and Robert, Autonomous House, p 463) This is a book of 500 iconic houses chosen from all periods of history, and from the whole world. Each house has a one-page entry. 2001 VALE, R., SHACKEL, S.3, REARDON, C.3 'Housing Project: Hockerton' in Reardon, C. (ed.) Your Home Technical Manual Canberra, Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Greenhouse Office. pp 7.7b 1-6. Also available on CD-ROM and on http://www.yourhome.gov.au Refereed Journal articles Ghosh S. and Vale R. (2006) “The potential for solar energy use in a New Zealand residential neighbourhood: A case study considering the effect on CO2 emissions and the possible benefits of changing roof form” Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Vol. 13 No. 4, pp 216-225 Frame B. and Vale R. (2006) ‘Increasing uptake of low impact urban design and development: the role of sustainability assessment systems’ Local Environment Vol. 11, No. 3, pp 287 – 306 Ghosh., S, Vale., RJD, Vale., BA (2006) Indications from Sustainability Indicators, Journal of Urban Design, Oxfordshire, UK, Vol.11, Number 2, pp.263-275 . Ghosh., S, Vale. RJD, Vale., BA (2006) Domestic Energy Sustainability of Different Urban Residential Patterns: A New Zealand Approach, International Journal of Sustainable Development, UK, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp.16 -37.

Vale B. and Vale R. (2005) ‘The all-electric house: Past and Future’ Int J Sustainable Development Vol. 8, No. 3. pp. 173 to 188 Invited Conference papers Vale R. (2005) “Interaction between sustainable design and sustainable behaviour” Invited paper in Proceedings of the third forum on the application of ecological and energy-saving architecture technology (in Chinese) Nanjing, 16-17 July. pp 16-20 Vale B. and Vale R. (2005) “News from Ngowhere: New Zealand after OIl” Keynote paper at Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society Conference, Dunedin, 28 – 30 Nov 2005 2004 VALE R. "Sustainable housing in practice" Keynote paper at the Second Green Architecture Seminar and Architectural Technology Exchange Conference, Beijing, May th th 24 and 25 2003 VALE, R. Keynote lectures "2020 Vision – a more sustainable future" and "Sustainable Commercial Buildings" Building Designers Association Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland. 14-16 August 2002 VALE R. “How to realize ESD” Evergen: Towards a Sustainable Built Environment, 11 June,CSIRO Melbourne Presentation 02 on CD-ROM, 8916 KB 2002 VALE R. “Some ESD Case Studies” Evergen: Towards a Sustainable Built Environment, 11 June, CSIRO Melbourne Presentation 07 on CD-ROM, 13481 KB Refereed Conference Papers Ghosh S. and Vale R. (2006) “Water, Water, Everywhere…Quantifying Possible Domestic Water Demand Savings through the use of Rainwater Collection from Residential Roofs in Auckland, New Zealand” Water Sensitive Urban Design and Urban Drainage Modelling Conference, Melbourne Australia, 3-7 April 2006 Vale R. and Dixon J. (2005) “The battle for hearts and minds – sustainable design and sustainable behaviour” Urbanism Down Under, 18-20 August, Wellington Vale R. and Vale B. (2005) “Everyone needs good NABERS - the relevance of building environmental rating systems to the urban environment” Urbanism Down Under, 18-20 August, Wellington Ghosh S. Vale B. and Vale R. (2005) “Knowledge is power: a quantitative assessment method for the environmental impact of different urban development patterns” Urbanism Down Under, 18-20 August, Wellington Pandey S. Nagels P. and Vale R. (2005) “Low impact systems in neighbourhood developments for stormwater management” NZWWA Fourth Annual Pacific Stormwater Conference, 4-6 May, Auckland Vale R. and Eason C. (2005) “Facilitating nature’s role in urban design; Integrating the built and natural environment” Meaning and Design of Nature for the Urban Built th th Environment Conference, Lincoln University, 24 to 26 Aug. Hargreaves R., O’Connell M., Jaques R., Vale R., Nebel B. and Lietz K. (2005) “Developing a sustainability framework for New Zealand homes” SB05 Conference, Tokyo th VALE, B. and VALE, R. ‘The craft tradition’. The 38 International Conference of Architectural Science Association ANZAScA, Launceston, Tasmania, 10-12 Nov 2004, th pp.350-5.VALE, R. and VALE, B. ‘Teaching and knowledge’. The 38 International Conference of Architectural Science Association ANZAScA, Launceston, Tasmania, 1012 Nov 2004, pp.313-8. 5 CICHY M. and VALE R. ‘How far are the principles of sustainability applicable to affordable social housing?’ 19th EAROPH World Planning and Housing Congress and National Housing Conference Melbourne 19-22 September 2004. Poster presentation VALE B and VALE R "Green Building – Fringe to Mainstream" Keynote Paper to Green Building: Addressing Environmental and Sustainability Issues Through the Use of Wood in Building and Design Forest Industries Engineering Association, Annual Conference, Auckland. 16 – 17 Jun 2003 VALE B and VALE R "The Real Deal – Case Studies of Environmental Design and

Construction" Keynote Paper to Green Building: Addressing Environmental and Sustainability Issues Through the Use of Wood in Building and Design Forest Industries Engineering Association, Annual Conference, Auckland. 16 – 17 Jun 2003 VALE R. " The Role of Insulation and Thermal Mass in the Design of Zero-Heating Homes" Invited paper at First Australasian Workshop on Phase Change Materials for Thermal Storage in Buildings and Other Applications PCM 2003, University of Auckland Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Auckland,12 December 2003 5 GHOSH, S. , VALE, B., VALE, R. ‘A Methodology for determining quantitative urban sustainability in residential areas of Auckland, New Zealand’. Southern Crossings: Proceedings for the Sixth Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Auckland Feb 13-16, 2002. 285-298 5 LUTZ-STRULIK H. and VALE R. ‘Preservation of architectural heritage through Adaptive Reuse, and its value for a sustainable environment’. Southern Crossings: Proceedings for the Sixth Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Auckland Feb 13-16, 2002. 405-416 5 MITHRARATNE, N. ,VALE, B., VALE, R. ‘Life-cycle Analysis of New Zealand Houses’ APRU Conference, Auckland 1-4 Feb. 2001 5 GHOSH, S. , VALE, R., VALE, B. ‘Measuring residential sustainability from aerial photographs in residential areas of Auckland, New Zealand’ APRU Conference, Auckland 1-4 Feb. 2001 2001 Vale B. and Vale R. "Thermal performance of superinsulated lightweight residential construction in the Auckland climate" Paper NOV09 in CD-ROM Performance in Product and Practice: Proceedings: CIB World Building Conference Wellington, 2 Apr - 6 Apr. 9 pp. 2001 Vale B., Mithraratne N. and Vale R. "Life-cycle energy and costs analysis of typical New Zealand houses in the Auckland climate" Paper NOV12 in CD-ROM Performance in Product and Practice: Proceedings: CIB World Building Conference Wellington, 2 Apr 6Apr. 8 pp. 2000 Pritchard M. and Vale R. "How to save yourself (and possibly the world) on 20 minutes a day" Shaping the Sustainable Millennium: Conference Proceedings Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 5 - 7 July. paper no BEE101 PDF on CD Rom. 8pp 2000 Vale B. Asaad E. and Vale R. "How people live, not where people live" Shaping the Sustainable Millennium: Conference Proceedings Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 5 - 7 July. paper no BEE071 PDF on CD Rom. 10pp 2000. VALE, B. and VALE, R. "Thermal Mass in Zero-Heating Houses' in Mills D., Bell J., Stoynov L., Yarlagadda P. (eds.) (2000) Renewable Energy Transforming Business: From Fossils to Photons. Solar 2000 Proceedings. 38th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society, Griffith University, Brisbane, 29 Nov 1 Dec., 187-194. 2000. VALE, B. and VALE R. 'Sun, Sex and the Black Death' in Mills D., Bell J., Stoynov L., Yarlagadda P. (eds.) (2000) Renewable Energy Transforming Business: From Fossils to Photons. Solar 2000 Proceedings. 38th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society, Griffith University, Brisbane, 29 Nov – 1 Dec., 279-285. 2000 Fay R. Vale R. and Vale B. "Assessing the importance of design decisions on life cycle energy and environmental impact" in Steemers K. and Yannas S. (eds) Architecture, City, Environment Proceedings of PLEA 2000, Cambridge, July 2-5, James and James, London. pp 164-169 2000 Vale B. Mithraratne N. and Vale R. "Superinsulation for the Auckland climate" in Steemers K. and Yannas S. (eds) Architecture, City, Environment Proceedings of PLEA 2000, Cambridge, July 2-5, James and James, London. pp 150-154 2000 Keynote paper Vale B. and Vale R. "Towards sustainable buildings" in Sahachaisaeree N. (ed) Green Architecture: the sustainable built environment in the new millennium Conference Proceedings, 21-22 April, Bangkok, CDAST, Bangkok. pp 11-34 2000 Keynote paper Vale B. and Vale R. "Zero energy and sustainable buildings" in Sahachaisaeree N. (ed) Green Architecture: the sustainable built environment in the new

millennium Conference Proceedings, 21-22 April, Bangkok, CDAST, Bangkok. pp 35-58 Articles for professional and other journals: 2004 VALE, R. 'Sustainable Housing in Practice' ARCHI100, No 23, Beijing, Aug. pp1217 2000 VALE, B., VALE, R. ‘2020 Vision’ in ‘National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy Progress Report: December 2000’ Energy Wise News 68 (12) Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, Wellington. 5 (in 14 –23) 2000 2000 Vale B. and Vale R. "Brenda & Robert Vale in Auckland" EcoTech Issue 1 March p.25 2000 Vale B. and Vale R. "An e-mail interview" Scroope: Cambridge Architectural Journal No. 12. pp 80-83 Academic working papers and Research reports: The following detailed papers by VALE R. , VALE B. and FAY R. relating to the National Australian Building Environmental Rating System were published on the Environment Australia website http://www.ea.gov.au 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS)’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/abers.html 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) – Background’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/background.html#objectives 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) -Scope of the Project’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/scope.html 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) – Update #1, 28 May 2001’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/update1.html 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) – Update #2, 27 July 2001 – Introduction’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/update2.html 3 VALE, R., VALE, B , FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) – Update #3 14 August 2001 - A Possible Structure for Recording the NABERS Measurables’ http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/update3.html http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/workshops.html 3 VALE, R., VALE, B., FAY, R. ‘National Australian Building Environmental Rating System Project (NABERS) Final Draft http://www.ea.gov.au/industry/waste/construction/final-draft.ht Creative works (2000 – 2006) Superinsulated house on Waiheke Island Zero-energy house on Waiheke Island Zero-energy retrofit on Waiheke Island Sustainable design advisor for Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research building, Tamaki Sustainable design advisor for retrofit of Manukau Civic Centre Sustainable design advisor for Canterbury University Biological Sciences building Research Grants (2000 – 2006) 2001 Vale R. and Pooley B. Ref 9002 Waitakere Hospital Scoping Study prepared for EECA, Wellington. 17pp . $9,000 2001 State of Victoria, Office of Housing Brief for ESD Housing Competition $8,000 2001 Environment Australia National Australian Built Environment Rating System $400,000. 2001 Australian Greenhouse Office Technical Advisor for Your Home. $6,000.

2002 Australian Greenhouse Office Sustainable Housing: Moving to Mainstream $20,000 2002 Environment Australia National Australian Built Environment Rating System $150,000. 2004 Advisor to Ministry for the Environment on their new headquarters building in Wellington, in collaboration with Landcare Research. $10,000 2004 Advisor to BRANZ on "Zero and Low Energy Housing" Project. $10,000

Referees Professor Roger Fay School of Architecture University of Tasmania Locked Bag 1323, Launceston TAS 7250 Australia E Roger.Fay@utas.edu.au T +61 (0)3 6324-3576 F +61 (0)3 6324-3557 M 0438-243-576 Professor David J Oldham MSc DPhil CEng FIOA MCIBSE School of Architecture The University of Liverpool Leverhulme Building Abercromby Square Liverpool L69 7ZN Email: djoldham@liverpool.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0) 151 794 2607


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