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|Material Type:||Document, Periodical, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
|Notes:||Title from title screen (publisher's Web site, viewed June 16, 2007).|
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Details:||Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
International journal of architectural research
Table of Contents:
Archnet-IJAR: Inaugural Issue, Vol 1 - Issue 1, March 2007 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Editorial: ArchNet-IJAR is Setting the Stage for Online Publishing in Architectural and Built Environment Research-PP.09/12. Ashraf M. Salama Health Care Architecture in Sao Paulo, Brazil: Evaluating Accessibility and Fire Safety in Large Hospitals-PP.13/25. Ornstein, S.W.; Ono, R.; Lopes, M.E.; Monteiro, R.Z.; Gill, A.A.; & Machry, H.S. Daylighting and Energy Performance of Post Millennium Condominiums in Singapore-PP.26/35. Uma Maheswaran & Ang Guo zi Restructuring 21st-Century Architecture through Human Intelligence-PP.36/52. Nikos A. Salingaros & Kenneth G. Masden II Polemics in Arab Architecture: Theory versus Practice-PP.53/69. Khaled Asfour Hyper-Identity: The Case of Kuwaiti Architecture-PP.70/85. Yasser Mahgoub Mediterranean Visual Messages: The Conundrum of Identity, ISMS, and Meaning in Contemporary Egyptian Architecture-PP.86/104. Ashraf M. Salama The Notion of Hierarchy: The 'Parchin Kari' Programme at the Taj Mahal-PP.105/121. Thalia Kennedy ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Archnet-IJAR: Second Issue, Vol 1 - Issue 2, July 2007 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Editorial: The Debate Continues- PP.11/14. Ashraf M. Salama Design Intelligences: A Case for Multiple Intelligences in Architectural Design -PP.15/34. Newton D'Souza Affordability of Low Income Housing in Pumwani, Nairobi, Kenya- PP.35/44. Crispino C. Ochieng 386 Forgotten Ideas: Architecture and the Eradication of Poverty-A Retrospective Account- PP.45/56. Joerg Seifert Navigating Housing Affordability Between Transdisciplinarity and Life Style Theories: The Case of the Gulf States- PP.57/76. Ashraf M. Salama Mixed Reality: The Deconstruction of Time-The Restructure of the Future- PP.77/91. M. Alaa Mandour Airflow Patterns and Stack Pressure Simluation in a High Rise Residential Building in Seoul- PP.92/99. Khoukhi Maatouk Hakim's Work on Traditional Islamic and Mediterranean Urbanism- PP.100/105. Besim S. Hakim Book Review: Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future Assessing Architectural Education's 'Crown Jewel' - PP.106/108. Michael J. Crosbie Book Review: Spaces Speak, Are You Listening ?- PP.109/113. Abeer A. Hasanin Nikos A. Salingaros: A New Vitruvius for 21st-Century Architecture and Urbanism? - PP.114/131. Ashraf M. Salama Comments on Ashraf Salama's Article:"...A New Vitruvius....?" - PP.132/134. Nikos A. Salingaros Conference/ Competition Announcements-IAHH 2008- PP.135/140. Akhtar Chauhan
Archnet-IJAR International Journal of Architectural Research is an interdisciplinary, fully-refereed scholarly online journal of architecture, planning, and built environment studies. ArchNet-IJAR is edited by Ashraf Salama, Professor of Architecture. 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.