Architecture & Environment

Overview

Aims & Scope

An international journal devoted to the investigations of architecture and environmental related disciplines. The aim is to present new research results, new proven practice aimed at effective and efficient architectural design and improving related environmental disciplines.

Topics covered include:

  • Architectural building design and culture
  • Sustainability and technology
  • Environmental effects on architectural design
  • Vernacular buildings and visual culture
  • Construction and construction practices
  • Artistic practices and urbanism
  • Materials and new materials in buildings; their impact on the environment
  • Built environment
  • Energy efficient buildings
  • Intelligent buildings
  • Sustainable buildings and energy demands
  • Links between architectural design, external and internal design conditions for energy efficient buildings

The criteria for acceptance of the papers in Architecture & Environment are therefore quality of the work and its presentation and breadth of interest, irrespective of whether the paper reports research, theory or experiment, original work or review.

Latest Articles

ae - 2014 Volume 2, Number 2

Development of Green Infrastructure for the City: A Holistic Vision towards Sustainable Urbanism

Author(s):  Ali Cheshmehzangi,  Chris Joseph Griffiths
doi: 10.12966/ae.05.01.2014, May 2014, v.2, p. 13-20

Self-Build as a Strategy for Participatory Construction Processes Recetas Urbanas

Author(s):  Santiago Cirugeda Parejo
doi: 10.12966/ae.05.02.2014, May 2014, v.2, p. 21-27