Arnaud, P. & Shehayeb, D. (forthcoming). Backtracking to Sustainable Urban Development and Working with Local Communities: the Al-Darb al-Ahmar Project in Islamic Cairo. In Egypte Monde Arabe Special issue : Environment and urban sustainability in Egypt.
Shehayeb, D. & Kellett, P. (forthcoming). Towards Affordability: Maximising Use Values in Low-Income Housing. Open House International Vol. 36, Issue 3, September 2011.
Shehayeb, D., Sabry, S. (forthcoming). The Demand on the Hammam: Threats and Potentials. HBRC Journal.
Shehayeb, D & Abdelhalim, K. (forthcoming). Issues in Participation in Egypt. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research JAPR.
Sherif, N., El-Nachar, E. & Shehayeb, D. (2007). A Multi Dimensional Methodological Framework: Towards Understanding the 'Appropriate' Home Environment. In D. Shehayeb, H. Turgut Yildiz, & P. Kellett (Eds.), The Appropriate Home: Can We Design “Appropriate” Residential Environments? Proceedings of the First HBNRC & IAPS-CSBE Network Joint Symposium. (ISBN 977-17-4798-3. pp117-130). Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Eid, Y. (2007). Neighbourhood Design and Community Building: A model of social interaction. In D. Shehayeb, H. Turgut Yildiz, & P. Kellett (Eds.), The Appropriate Home: Can We Design “Appropriate” Residential Environments? Proceedings of the First HBNRC & IAPS-CSBE Network Joint Symposium.. (ISBN 977-17-4798-3. pp131-144). Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Abdel Hafiz, M. (2006). Tradition, Change, and Participatory Design: Re-designing Tablita Market in Historic Cairo. Open House International, 31(4):67-76. Download abstract >>>
Mahdavi, A., Lambeva, L., Shehayeb, D., & El-Habashi, A. (2006). A systematic approach to scientific study of traditional architecture. In Proceedings of PLEA 2006, 23rd International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture. (Vol. 1. ISBN 2-940156-30-1. pp 125–130). Download abstract >>>
Sherif, N., Shehayeb, D. & El-Nachar, E. (2005). The case of the contemporary Egyptian context. In E. Sener, I. Hacihasanoglu, & H. Turgut (Eds.), Social Change and Spatial Transformation in Housing Environments. (Proceeding of UIA Congress, 3rd International Symposium of IAPS-CSBE Network). (1st ed, ISBN 975-561-270-X. pp 30–39). Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Eid, Y. (2004). Determinants of Activity Patterns in Egyptian Homes: A space syntax analysis of use. In Proceedings of Cambridge 2004 (the International ENHR Conference), from http://www.enhr2004.org/delegates.asp. Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Sedky, A. (2002). Heritage conservation against what? A model to explain adverse change in historic districts. In Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the UIA-WPAHR-V, from http://www.sea1917.org/heritage/UIA-WPAHR-V/index.htm. Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Abdel Hafiz, M. (2002). Tradition, Change, and Participatory Design: Community participation in the re-design of Tablita Market in Historical Cairo. In H. Turgut & P. Kellett (Eds.), Traditional Environments in a New Millennium (proceedings of the 2nd International symposium of IAPS-CSBE Network). (1st ed, ISBN 975-585-281-6. pp 200–206). Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. & Mokheimar, S. (2001). Affordable healthy housing: A reciprocal approach. Open House International, 26(2):43–54. Download abstract >>>
Shehayeb, D. (1997). Understanding the Built Environment: Qualitative research methods for designers. In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Al-Azhar Engineering, ( Vol. 1, pp152–166).
Shehayeb, D. (1994). The behavioral opportunities approach: An explanatory and normative approach to urban public spaces. In A. Seidel (Ed.) Banking on Design? Proceedings of the EDRA25, 25th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Asssociation (pp. 208 - 215).
Serageldin, H. & Shehayeb, D. (1988). The Practical Application of Modern Theoretical Concepts in Housing: A case of "Hai-el-Salam", Ismailia, Egypt. African Urban Quarterly 3(1 & 2):16–32.
Serageldin, H. & Shehayeb, D. (1987). Socio-cultural vs. Economic Criteria: User transformation of public housing in Helwan. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Urban Shelter in Developing Countries.