AR Architecture, Research. 2011/3. ISSN 1580-5573, ISSN 1581-6974 (Internet).
AR Architecture, Research is an interdisciplinary scholarly magazine of research in architecture, urban design, landscape design, anthropology, architectural archaeology, urban semiotics, and other related fields.
The journal's goals include publishing work from research groups, collaboration, and team work; presenting methodologies and publishing theoretical results; the presentation of practical results (architectural works, exhibitions, concepts, design results, engineering details, to name a few) based on scientific research programmes; and disseminating knowledge abroad in architectural and interdisciplinary research.
AR is published biannually by the Faculty of Architecture, Institute for Architecture and Space in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The second issue of each year addresses a common theme, with reviews of work from specific areas.
Authors are invited to submit papers for future issues. AR Architecture, Research magazine is academic and refereed. AR magazine usually consists of articles with abstracts and descriptions of figures in English and all texts in the original language. Papers are accepted in Slovene, English, German, French, and other EU languages. For more information about the magazine and details on how to submit a paper, please refer to the author guidelines in the issue.
Articles in this issue: Borut Juvanec. "Stone, the Karst Plateau, Architecture." Domen Zupancic. "A General Outline of Economics from the Viewpoint of Inventing Spatial Forms." Andrej Kranjc. "The Significance of the Karst for Karstology." Mitja Gustin. "Hillforts - Reflections of Prehistoric Settlement." Jadran Kale. "Managing the Cultural Resources of Karst Landscapes." Beatriz Tomsic Cerkez. "The Kras2011: Experiential Learning as a Key to Disseminating Knowledge about the Value of Stone." Katja Hrobat Virloget. "The Oral Tradition of the Karst Landscape on Time, Space and the Mythical Baba." Jelene Ursic. "Knowledge, Experience and Entertainment Involving Stone." Romana Kacic and Mattias Liden. "Revitalisation of Vineyards in the Terraced Landscape on the Karst Ridge of Trieste." Eda Belingar. "The Use of Stone in the Life of the Karst People." Barbara Jordan, Neza Pahor, Teja Bajt, and Maja Brate. "Life in the Karst." Maja Uranic, Blaz Mlinsek, and Katka Malus. "Stories from the Karst."