reviews by critics, project accounts and research papers by Short and others, arranged chronologically by building.

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Process Building for Simonds Farsons Cisk Ltd, Mriehel, Malta, 1986-1990
Department Store for the John Lewis Partnership 1987-8
Gateway House 1989-90
The Fletcher Building 1991-3
Templeway House 1992-93
New School of Engineering and Manufacture, 'The Queens Building', 1989-1993
Film Television and Radio Coverage of the Queens Building:
The Contact Theatre 1993-1999
Radio coverage of Contact
Chancellors Conference and Teaching Centre, Manchester, Fallowfield
The Angerstein Environmental Workshops 1993-5
Lanchester Library, Coventry University, 1995-2000
The Lighthouse, Poole Dorset 1998-2002
The Garrick, Lichfield 2000-2003
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 2002-2005
Braunstone Health & Social Care Centre 2002-2004
General Reviews of the Practice’s Work and other unrelated contributions:

    Process Building for Simonds Farsons Cisk Ltd, Mriehel, Malta, 1986-1990
    • Arcidi, P., (1991) 'BUILT BY STONE AND COOLED BY NATURE, Processing Hall, Farsons Brewery, Malta', Progressive Architecture, editorial ‘PA Inquiry: Agents of Industry’, December, Rheinhold, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, pp. 64-72

    • Barber, N., (1992) 'FACING THE FUTURE: BUILDING FOR TOMORROW', Evans Brothers Ltd.

    • Darley, G., (1993) ’A SMART NEW LINE IN MEDITERRANEAN COOL’, The Observer, Review Section, 17 October, p. 11 Architecture.

    • Evans, B., (1993) 'AN ALTERNATIVE TO AIR-CONDITIONING', The Architects' Journal, 10 February, pp. 55-58.

    • Mackenzie, D., (1991,1997) ’GREEN DESIGN, DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT', London: Laurence King, pp. 52-55


    • Pagliari, F., (1991) ’'PER ECONOMIZZARE ENERGIA, A LOW ENERGY BUILDING', L'ARCA, October, Milan

    • Phillips, A., (1993) ’THE BEST IN INDUSTRIAL ARCHITECTURE DESIGN', Quarto Pro-Art Library series

    • Rickaby, P. ( 1991) ‘THE ART OF ENERGY: PEAKE SHORT AND PARTNERS IN MALTA', Architecture Today, 14, January, pp. 34-43, photographs by Peter Cook

    • Schneider, A., (1996) ’SOLARARCHITEKTUR’, Basel: Birkhauser Verlag, Farsons Brauerei, Malta, pp. 106-7

    • Short C.A. and Ford B., (1988) 'PASSIVE COOLING OF A NEW BREWERY PROCESS BUILDING IN MALTA', 'ENERGY AND BUILDINGS FOR TEMPERATE CLIMATES, A MEDITERRANEAN REGIONAL APPROACH’, in: E. de Oliveira Fernandes and S. Yannas ed. Proceedings of the Sixth International PLEA Conference Porto, Portugal, 1988', Pergamon Press, pp. 515-520

    • Swenarton, M., (1992) 'AWARDS; LOW ENERGY-HIGH ARCHITECTURE FIRST PRIZE’, judges report by Mark Swenarton, William Bordass, Ian Latham, Robin Spence, Colin St. John Wilson, Architecture Today, 24, January, pp. 26-33.

    • The Times of Malta, editorial, (1992) 'BREWERY PROCESS BLOCK WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD', 21st February

    • Thompson, P., (1999) ‘DESIGN MUSEUM, DESIGN SENSE’, Design Museum, London, Exhibition and Catalogue, ‘Farsons Process Building, Malta’ November 1999, finalist in first Design Sense Award competition, on exhibition at the Design Museum.

    • Fechner C., Angerer J. and Schneider, A., (1995) ’SOLARARCHITEKTUR FUR EUROPA', Focus Films, Immendigen, Berlin

    Department Store for the John Lewis Partnership 1987-8
    • Alan Short and Anthony Peake, with Juliet Odgers and Philip Meadowcroft. National competition win for the first out-of-town department store in Britain, January 1987, completed November 1988, publication embargoed for two years by client for commercial reasons.

    • Woodward, C., (1990) ’PLAYFUL MODERNISM', Architecture Today, 11, September, photographs by Martin Charles

    Gateway House 1989-90
    • Alan Short, Brian Ford and Peter Sharratt; 170,000 sq. ft, seven storey refurbishment for Leicester Polytechnic, with an emphasis on control of solar gain and glare.

    • Weatherhead, P., (1992) 'SHADED BY ANGELS' WINGS', 'BUILDING' 29 May

    The Fletcher Building 1991-3
    • Alan Short, Brian Ford and Peter Sharratt, new energy-efficient cedar envelope for 1962 low-rise CLASP system building housing the School of Design and Manufacture, De Montfort University

    • Dawson, S., (1993) 'CEDAR OVERCOAT FOR CLASP' The Architects' Journal FOCUS supplement, December, pp. 11-13.

    Templeway House 1992-93
    • Alan Short, Brian Ford and Peter Sharratt; DTI/DOE sponsored research exercise to devise a sustainable dilapidations refit for the Clerical and Medical headquarters in Bristol, with Halcrow Gilbert Associates, Bae SEMA and Davis Langdon and Everest’s Research Department.

    • Bunn, R., (1993) 'CHANGING GEAR' Building Services, the CIBSE Journal, 15 (5), May, pp. 25-30

    New School of Engineering and Manufacture, 'The Queens Building', 1989-1993
    • Addis, W., (1994) 'THE ART OF THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER', London

    • Arcidi, P., (1993) ‘SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURE, LEICESTER POLYTECHNIC, ENGLAND; Sustainable Design Within Reach?’ Progressive Architecture, March

    • Blennerhesset, E., (1996) ’QUEENS BUILDING, DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY’, ch.12 of ‘ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN’ in: R Thomas ed. London: E&FN Spon, pp. 171-188

    • Brookman, J., (1991) 'POLYS START BUILDING WORK', The Times Higher Education Supplement, 22 February, p. 5

    • Building Design, editorial (1993) 'LOW ENERGY SPOTLIGHT', 29 October

    • Building Design, editorial (1993) 'REVIEW OF THE YEAR', 10 December

    • Bunn, R., (1993) 'LEARNING CURVE' Building Services The CIBSE Journal, 15 (10), October, pp. 20-25.

    • Bunn, R., (2007) ‘LIVE AND LEARN: Revisiting two seminal university buildings’, Building Services Journal, 29 (4), April, pp. 30-37


    • Conway, H. and Roenisch, R., (1994) 'UNDERSTANDING ARCHITECTURE', Routledge, pp. 65-66

    • Darley, G., (1993) 'A SMART LINE IN MEDITERRANEAN COOL', The Observer, Review Section, 17 October, follows discussion of Malta building.

    • Davies, C., (1995) ‘GREEN GOTHIC', ARCHITECTURE, The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C, July, pp. 88-97

    • Dietsch, D. K., (1995) 'GREEN CULTURE', , ARCHITECTURE, The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C, July, p. 15


    • Energy World (1994) 'CHP AT De MONTFORT UNIVERSITY', October

    • Fantone, C. R., (1998) ‘POLITECNICO DELL’ UNIVERSITA DI LEICESTER’, Costruire In Laterizio, July/August, pp. 238-245

    • Few, P. and Smith, M., (1995) 'QUEENS BUILDING-AN UNDERGRADUATE LABORATORY', Energy World

    • Frantisek, S., ed. (1997) 'AWARD WINNING ARCHITECTURE', International Year Book 1997, S. Prestel Verlag, Munich, New York, pp. 154-157

    • Hawkes, D., (1994) 'USER CONTROL IN A PASSIVE BUILDING', The Architects Journal, 9 March, photographs by Peter Cook

    • Henderson G., (1996) ’Queens Building, De Montfort University’, HKZ-NIA Journal, 1 (21), Durban, South Africa,

    • Herzog, T., ed., (1996) 'SOLAR ENERGY IN ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING', Prestel Munich-New York, pp. 96-97

    • Hunt, J., (1994) 'ENGINEERING A NEW BREED OF STUDENT' The Engineer, 27 January

    • Irwin, J., (1995) 'A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY...', Leicester Mercury, 27 November

    • Jencks, C., (1995) ‘THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE JUMPING UNIVERSE, A Polemic: How Complexity Science is Changing Architecture and Culture', Academy Editions, pp. 97- 99

    • Jencks, C., (2000) ‘ARCHITECTURE 2000 & BEYOND: Success in the Art of Prediction’, Wiley-Academy, the practice’s work located on Jencks’ map of the architectural movements of the twentieth century reproduced in the Architectural Review, July, ‘Jencks’s Theory of Evolution, an overview of twentieth century architecture.’ pp. 76-79.


    • Matheou, D., (1997) 'LOOK AND LEARN', Design, The Journal of the Design Council, Autumn

    • Menagh, M., (1995) 'BETTER BUILDING FOR THE PLANET', Newsweek, 6 November

    • Myerson, J., (1996) 'NEW PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE', London: Laurence King Publishing, ch.2.9, pp. 90-93

    • Nicholson-Lord, D., (1995) 'MEDIEVAL' BUILDING WINS GREEN AWARD' The Independent on Sunday, 28 May

    • Oliver A., (1995) 'GREEN LEICESTER', New Builder, 16 June, photographs by Grant Smith

    • Patterson, R., (1994) 'QUEENS BUILDING', DEMO, Department of Architecture De Montfort University

    • Pearman H., (1998) ’CONTEMPORARY WORLD ARCHITECTURE’, London: Phaidon, p. 122

    • Pearman, H., (1993) 'THE BATTLE OF THE BUILDINGS' The Sunday Times, Culture Section, 10 October, pp. 26-27, photographs by Peter Cook.

    • Pearman, H., (1994) 'BUILDING OF THE YEAR' The Sunday Times, The Culture section, review of finalists, 15 May

    • Powers, A., (1995) 'THE NEW GOTHIC', PERSPECTIVES, February, pp. 42-45

    • Russel, H., (1993) 'TEST CASE' New Builder, 28 May

    • Schneider, A., (1996) ’SOLARARCHITEKTUR’, Basel: Birkhauser Verlag, Universitatsgebaude, Leicester (GB), pp. 108-9

    • Scorpio, (1995) 'IT'S LIKE WOW! COSMIC AND JUMPING, MAN', Building Design, 12 May, review of Jencks book, brief discussion of Queens Building.

    • Short, C.A. and Chiddick, D., (1995) ’CLIENT AND ARCHITECT WORKING TOGETHER: THE QUEENS BUILDING, DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY, LEICESTER’, in: R. Coleman ed. Proceedings of Royal Fine Art Commission Conference, ‘Design Quality in Higher Education Buildings, pp. 22-29

    • Short, C.A., (1991) 'A WELL-TEMPERED ENVIRONMENT: PEAKE SHORT AT LEICESTER' Architecture Today, 23, November, London, pp. 30-35 and cover; elevation study by Alan Short.

    • Short, C.A., (1992) 'DETAIL The Engineering and Manufacture School at De Montfort University', Architecture Today, 35

    • Short, C.A., (1996) ‘Project Report, The Queens Building De Montfort University’ in ‘Environmental Resource Guide, the American Institute of Architects, Washington’, in: J. Dempkin ed. New York: John Wiley and Sons. Inc

    • Spring M., (1997) 'GREEN GAUGE, BUILDING', 6 June, pp. 44-50

    • Sudjic, D., (1995) ‘THE HOUSE OF WINDSOR'S GOTHIC SHOCKER', The Guardian, Wednesday 25 January

    • Swenarton, M., (1999) ‘TEN OUT OF TEN: Architecture Today’s Awards’, Queens Building nominated as one of the ten most significant buildings of the decade, Architecture Today, 100, July, p. 62

    • The Architects' Journal, editorial (1990) 'INTO THE 1990'S, PROJECT REVIEW', 3 & 10 January

    • The Brick Bulletin, (1994) 'NATURALLY ENERGY EFFICIENT' Autumn

    • The European Commission Directorate-General for Energy (DG XVII) (1994) 'DAYLIGHTING IN BUILDINGS, THERMIE’, School of Engineering De Montfort University, UK Case Study, p. 12,16

    • The Independent newspaper, editorial, (1995) 'GREEN BUILDING AWARD GOES TO 'GOTHIC' DESIGN', 24th May, pp. 97- 99

    • 'THE QUEENS BUILDING, DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY', feedback for designers and clients, Dept of the Environment New Practice Final Request 102, Energy Efficiency Office Best Practice Programme

    • von Weizsacher, E., Lovins, A. and Hunter Lovins, L., (1997) 'FACTOR FOUR, DOUBLING WEALTH, HALVING RESOURCE USE, THE NEW REPORT TO THE CLUB OF ROME', ‘Queens Building, the New School of Engineering and Manufacture, De Montfort University, Leicester UK’, London: Earthscan Publications Ltd.

    • Wantabe, T., Ohono, J., Nakajima, Y. and Fujiki, R., (2007) ‘NATURAL VENTILATION’, Solar Architecture Design Book, March, pp. 70-71

    • Webb, R., (1994) 'OFFICES THAT BREATHE NATURALLY' New Scientist, 11 June

    • Whittaker, M., (1993) 'RING IN THE OLD, Architecture Today, 41, September, pp. 20-30

    • Worthington, J., (1995) 'BRICKS AND STONE MAY SET THE TONE', The Times Higher Education Supplement, 31 March, p. 6 of Buildings and Estate Management Supplement

    • Young, L., (1994) 'BASIC GREEN', METROPOLIS magazine September, New York

    Film Television and Radio Coverage of the Queens Building:
    • BBC WORLD SERVICE NEWS, (1995), Radio, special feature, September

    • 'FRIDAY FEATURE: HOME IS WHERE THE HEARTH WAS', (1994), Radio, presented by Dr. Mark Swenarton, Joanna van Heyningen and Dr. Peter Rickaby, BBC Radio 3, Friday 10 June

    • 'MODAL SPACES', (1994) ambient music event in the Queens Building, brought into fruition by Andrew Hugill and Chris Ekers, 18 June

    • 'SOLARARCHITEKTUR', (1995), TV, dir. Carl Fechner, Berlin: Focus Films, video film sponsored by the EU for television broadcast in all member states, Immendigen, Berlin

    The Contact Theatre 1993-1999
    • Architecture Today, editorial, (1998) ‘CONTACT THEATRE MANCHESTER’, 93, November, p. 46. report on construction progress

    • Building Design (1993) 'CONTACT POINT', front page news item, 3/10 December, announcing competition win.

    • Canadian Consulting Engineer, editorial (1999) ‘RETURN OF THE CHIMNEY’, 40 (7), December, Ontario

    • Crane, A., and Lipton, S., (2000) ‘CELEBRATING INNOVATION’ Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), section on Contact Theatre, Manchester, pp. 36-39, Rethinking Construction, London

    • Designed by Alan Short and Anne Goldrick with Max Fordham environmental engineer, and Stephen Morley structural engineer. Computational Fluid Dynamics air flow modelling and physical wind tunnel testing by the University of Wales .Competition win December1993, 32 long-list entrants, 6 finalists including Ian Ritchie, Ted Cullinan, Ian Simpson

    • Fantone, C. F., (2000) ‘IL NUOVO CONTACT THEATRE A MANCHESTER’, Costruire In Laterizio, 74, March/April, pp. 46-53

    • Garnham T., (1999) ‘ALAN SHORT IN MANCHESTER’, Architecture Today, 99, June, pp. 24-39 and editorial, photographs by Ian Lawson.

    • Hulme, A, (1995) ‘THE £4m THEATRE OF DREAMS', Manchester Evening News, Thursday 23 November, announcing first major Arts Council of England Lottery Award to the Northwest.

    • Lyall, S., (2000) ‘STAGE PRESENCE’, the Architects’ Journal, 26 June, pp. 26-28 reproduced in the Brick Bulletin, Summer 2000,

    • Palmer J., (1999) ‘FIRST CONTACT’, Building Services Journal, October, pp. 31-34, editorial and cover.

    • Pearman, H., (1999) ’THE RETURN OF THE CHIMNEY’, The Sunday Times, Culture Section, 18 July, pp. 12-13, joint review with Sir Michael Hopkin’s new Parliamentary Building

    • RIBA Journal (2000) ‘RIBA Journal Sustainability Award 2000’, July, pp. 18-19

    • Short, C.A., Goldrick, A., Sharratt, P., Jones, P., Alexander, D. and Jenkins, H., (1998) ‘DESIGN OF NATURALLY VENTILATED THEATRE SPACES’ in ‘BUILDING A NEW CENTURY, 5th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE - SOLAR ENERGY IN ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING’, Eurosolar-Verlag, Bonn

    • Sierz, A., (2000) ‘TOWERING SUCCESS’, The Stage, 28 September, p. 8

    • Woodward, K., (1999) ’CONTACT MADE IN MANCHESTER’, The Theatres Trust, 53, September, p.12 and cover, image by Ian Lawson.

    Radio coverage of Contact
    • ‘NIGHTWAVES’ (1999), Radio, BBC Radio 3, Friday 22 October 1999, John Edward McGrath and Alan Short interviewed by Paul Allen, (transcript available.)

    Chancellors Conference and Teaching Centre, Manchester, Fallowfield
    • Harbison, R., (1997) ’UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE, ALAN SHORT IN MANCHESTER’, Architecture Today, 83, November, pp. 22-31, photographs, including cover, by Martin Charles.

    The Angerstein Environmental Workshops 1993-5

    Lanchester Library, Coventry University, 1995-2000
    • Brick Bulletin (2006) ‘HOW TO KEEP YOUR COOL’, Autumn

    • Building Services Journal, April 1997.

    • Cook, M. J., (2000) 'DEEP PLAIN NATURAL VENTILATION: A CITY CENTRE LIBRARY', Natural Ventilation Group CIBSE, Spring

    • Cook, M. J., Lomas, K. J. and Eppel, H., (1999) 'DESIGN AND OPERATING CONCEPT FOR AN INNOVATIVE NATURALLY VENTILATED LIBRARY', CIBSE Conference, Harrogate, UK, October

    • Cook, M. J., Lomas, K. J. and Eppel, H., (1999) 'Use of Computer Simulation in the Design of a Naturally Ventilated Library', PLEA Conference, Brisbane, Australia, September

    • Field, J., (2000) 'BREEZE BLOCKS' Building Services Journal, December, pp18-22.

    • Monk, T., (2001) 'CUNNING PLAN', The Brick Bulletin, Summer, pp. 8-10

    • Monk, T., (2004) 'HOSPITAL BUILDERS' John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Great Britain

    • Pidwell, S., (2001) ‘LANCHESTER LIBRARY BY SHORT AND ASSOCIATES’ Architecture Today, 115, February, pp38-49, photographs by Martine Hamilton Knight.

    • Smith, P.E., (2001) ‘ARCHITECTURE IN A CLIMATE OF CHANGE, A GUIDE TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN’, Architectural Press, London, pp.113-117, Coventry University Library, with a review of the Contact Theatre.

    The Lighthouse, Poole Dorset 1998-2002
    • Bennett-Hunter, A.K., (2003) 'MOVING INTO THE LIGHT' The Stage, 8 May, p.26

    • Diamond, R., (2003) 'ARCHITECTURAL EMBROIDERY: RENEWING POOLE ARTS CENTRE', Architecture Today, 134, January, pp. 38-53, photographs by Peter Cook.

    • Galilee, B., (2002) 'COLOUR ME BEAUTIFUL', Intra Magazine, CMP Publications, 10, November, pp. 12-18, photographs by Peter Cook

    • Kennett, S., (2003) ' PUTTING ON A SHOW', Building Services Journal, 25 (2), February, pp. 24-28

    • Parvey, R., (2003) 'COMMISSIONS - THE LIGHTHOUSE, POOLE, DORSET', Crafts Magazine, 180, January/February, pp. 16-19 photographs by Peter Cook

    • Worsley. G, (2003) 'A VISION IN CONCRETE', Daily Telegraph, February

    The Garrick, Lichfield 2000-2003
    • Fantone, C. F., (2004) ‘RECONSTRUZIONE DELLA SALA CIVICA DI LICHFIELD', Costruire In Laterizio, 99, May/June, pp. 54-59

    • Gorst, Thomas, (2003) 'CIVIC LIFE CYCLES: SHORT & ASSOCIATES IN LICHFIELD', Architecture Today, November, p. 143

    School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 2002-2005
    • Demetri, G., (2006) 'CASE STUDY', Brick Bulletin, Autumn

    • Dyckhoff, T., (2005) 'WHICH IS THE GREENEST OF THEM ALL', The Times; Arts, 14 Dec, pp. 19-20

    • EcoTech (2005) ‘FLOW & RETURN’, no. 11, June, pp. 18-21

    • Fantone, C. R., (2007) ‘INVOLUCRI INTELLIGENTI PER UNA SCUOLA DI ALTA FORMAZIONE’, Costruire in Laterizio, 116, March/April, pp. 46-53

    • Fernie, J., (2006), 'TAKING THE STRAIN', BD Plus Envelope, July, pp. 19-21

    • Harbison, R., (2006) 'BLOOMSBURY’S BALTIC PASSAGES', Architecture Today, 167, April, pp. 48-56, photographs by Peter Cook

    • Lyall, S., (2004) 'SPECIFIER'S CHOICE: SCHOOL OF SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES, UCL', 7 (18), July, pp. 50-54

    • Powell, K. and Strongman, C., (2007) ‘NEW LONDON ARCHITECTURE 2’, Merrell, pp. 130-131

    • Richardson, V., (2006) 'ECCENTRIC ARCHITECTURE', Blueprint, 242, May, pp. 78-82

    • Short, C.A., Lomas K.J. and Woods, A., (2004) 'DESIGN STRATEGY FOR LOW ENERGY VENTILATION AND COOLING WITHIN AN URBAN HEAT ISLAND', Building Research and Information, 32(3), pp. 187-206

    • Short, C.A., Whittle, G. and Owarish, M., (2006) 'FIRE & SMOKE CONTROL IN NATURALLY VENTILATED BUILDINGS', Building Research & Information, 34 (1), pp. 21-54

    • Steele, J., (2005) 'ECOLOGICAL ARCHITECTURE, A CRITICAL HISTORY', A Breath of Fresh Air, Part II, chapter 16, London: Thames & Hudson

    • Woods, A., Chenvidyakarn, T. and Short, C. A., (2003) 'REVERSING FLOW IN A NATURALLY VENTILATED BUILDING WITH MULTIPLE STACKS', PLEA Conference, Santiago, Chile, November

    • Woods, A., Short, A. and Gladstone, C., (2003) 'STACK DRIVEN NATURAL VENTILATION WITH PRE-COOLED INFLOW FROM A CENTRAL ATRIUM', PLEA Conference, Santiago, Chile, November

    Braunstone Health & Social Care Centre 2002-2004
    • Short, C.A., (2005) ‘HEALTHCARE DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE – DEVELOPING VIABLE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR HEALTHCARE BUILDINGS,’ a report for Business Briefing; Hospital Engineering and Facilities Management, Issue 2

    • Short, C.A., Pop, Q.M., Cook, M.J. and Lomas, K.J. (2003) 'AN INNOVATIVE LOW ENERGY INTEGRATED HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BUILDING FOR A DEPRIVED COMMUNITY', PLEA Conference, Santiago, Chile, November

    General Reviews of the Practice’s Work and other unrelated contributions:
    • Cook, M.J. and Short, C.A., (2005) ‘NATURAL VENTILATION AND LOW ENERGY COOLING OF LARGE, NON-DOMESTIC BUILDINGS – FOUR CASE STUDIES’, The International Journal of Ventilation, 3 (4), March, pp. 283-284.

    • Cruikshank, D., (1988) 'PRODIGAL PRACTICE', The Architects' Journal, 13 January. Review of the output of the first two years of the practice, with a project description of a new passively cooled process building in Malta by Short

    • Lefevre, P., (2002) ARCHITECTURES DURABLES, Chap. 2 ‘ Le Principe de Protection’ (Farsons Building, Malta), Chap. 5 ‘ Le Principe de la Structure Creuse’ (Contact Theatre, Manchester and Queens Building, Leicester), Edisud, Systemes Solaires.

    • Short, C.A. and Cook, M.J., (2005) ‘DESIGN GUIDANCE FOR NATURALLY VENTILATED THEATRES’, Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, Hodder Arnold, 26 (3), September, pp. 259-270

    • Short, C.A., (1987) 'SHORT ON SNOZZI’ review of 'LUIGI SNOZZI, PROGETTI E ARCHITETTURE 1957-1984' The Architectural Review, April

    • Short, C.A., (1988) ’THE EVOLUTION OF A NATURALLY CONDITIONED BUILDING TYPE’, in Dimensions of Sustainability, ed. Andrew Scott, proceedings of MIT conference of same name, London, New York: E&FN Spon, pp33-44

    • Short, C.A., (2002) ‘THREE CASE STUDIES IN SUSTAINABLE URBAN DESIGN’, Chapter in ‘SUSTAINABLE URBAN DESIGN’, ed., Randall Thomas, Spon Press, London


    • Short, C.A., with Meadowcroft, P., Odgers, J. and Sharratt, P., (1987) ‘FRESH THOUGHTS ON ST.PAUL'S’, The Architects' Journal, 16th and 23rd December. Description of a proposal for redeveloping Paternoster Square, commissioned by the Architects’ Journal