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ENGINEERING: Call for Papers
Just as developing an ability to design is not exclusive to designers, neither is the ability to engineer within...
ENGINEERING: Call for Papers
Intelligence: Call for Papers
The Gemising results in the enhancement of productivity in construction have already beenIn 2010 and 2011, Christchurch,...
Matter: Call for Papers
Materials—and their alchemical transformations through construction—have long been the subject of intense study...
TRANSLATION: Call for Papers
From new design procedures to the physical testing of materials and production techniques, as well as alternative...
Urbanizing: Call for Papers
Urbanizing is an active process. More than half of the world’s population now lives in cities, and by the year...
Measurement is fundamental to the discipline of architecture. Through measurement, one gains a more complete understanding...
VIRAL: Information Technology as Prophet, Panacea, or Pariah?
According to Kevin Kelly, founding member of Wired magazine, technology is ubiquitous, ever present and our destiny....
OPEN: Call for Papers
OPEN represents inclusion, exploration, and open-mindedness. With this issue, we direct this receptivity towards...