This edition of IJAR: volume 10, issue 1, March 2016 includes articles that are based on theoretical positions and empirical research findings. It includes debates centered on three main themes:
Articles come from all corners f the world including Australia; Belgium; Brazil; Colombia; Egypt ; Germany; Indonesia; Iran; Italy; Libya; Malaysia; Qatar; South Africa; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States. These articles contribute to advancing the discourse on architecture and urbanism while paving the road for future studies in the field.
International Journal of Architectural Research is an interdisciplinary,
fully-refereed scholarly online journal of architecture, planning, and built environment
studies. Two international boards (advisory and editorial) ensure the quality
of scholarly papers and allow for a comprehensive academic review of
contributions spanning a wide spectrum of issues, methods, theoretical
approaches and architectural and development practices.
ArchNet-IJAR provides a comprehensive academic review of a wide spectrum of issues, methods, and theoretical approaches. It aims to bridge theory and practice in the fields of architectural/design research and urban planning/built environment studies, reporting on the latest research findings and innovative approaches for creating responsive environments.