Bachelor of Architecture (Carleton University)Area of expertise: Design and Sustainability Area of Research: Green Leafy Buildings - green roofs and green Walls Green Digital Grants: 2008 QUT Early Career Research Grant, 'Green Digital - digitally enhanced Living Walls' with Yasu Santo $4000
2008 - present: Lecturer, QUT School of Design teaching Design, Sustainability, History and Technology 2007: Sr. Research Assistant, Centre for Subtropical Design, QUT researching on environmentally and climatically conscious buildings in a subtropical environment 1991 - 2006: Worked in architectural firms and public sector in Australia and Canada in aged care, commercial buildings and residential projects.
- Loh, S., Foth, M., Caldwell, G., Garcia-Hansen, V. & Thomson, M. (2020). A more-than-human perspective on understanding the performance of the built environment. Architectural Science Review, 63(3-4), 372–383. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/197359
- Loh, S., (2016). Re-imagining a book - an exhibition of design process and making. Presented at: Re-imagining a book - an exhibition of design process and making. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/114092
- Muller, J., Loh, S., Braggion, L., Cameron, S. & Firn, J. (2014). Diverse urban plantings managed with sufficient resource availability can increase plant productivity and arthropod diversity. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5, 1–10. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/78756
- Miller, W., Kennedy, R. & Loh, S. (2013). Benefits and impacts of adjusting cooling set-points in Brisbane: How do office workers respond? In R. Hyde, K. Yeang, F. Barram & N. Groenhout (Eds.), Sustainable retrofitting of commercial buildings: Warm climates (pp. 407–416). Routledge / Earthscan. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/55120
- Loh, S. & Santo, Y. (2010). 'Please touch the plant on your way up the stairs...'' for OZCHI Conference 2010. Presented at: Australasian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, 412–413. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/57570
- Loh, S., (2009). Green roof - understanding their benefits for Australia. Environment Design Guide (27), 1–12. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/38714
- Loh, S., (2008). Living walls - a way to green the built environment. Environment Design Guide (26), 1–7. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/28172
- Loh, S., (2008). Living Walls. Landscape Architecture Australia (118), 63–65.
- Loh, S. & Stav, Y. (2008). Green a city grow a wall. Proceedings of the Subtropical Cities 2008 Conference - From fault-lines to sight-lines - subtropical urbanism in 20-20, 1–9. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/28173
- Kennedy, R., Miller, W., Summerville, J., Heffernan, M. & Loh, S. (2007). Thermostats, Climatically Responsive Clothing and Reducing Buildings' Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Proceedings of the Conference on Sustainable Building South-East Asia, 221–232. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/12702