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Articles: Research Methodologies

6.1
Impact of Digital Technologies on Historic Preservation Research at Multiple Scales
The last decade has seen a relatively quiet revolution happening within historic preservation. The field experienced...
Impact of Digital Technologies on Historic Preservation Research at Multiple Scales
5.2
Internet of Construction: Research Methods for Practical Relevance in Construction
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)-funded research “Internet of Construction” (IoC)...
Internet of Construction: Research Methods for Practical Relevance in Construction
5.2
Undertaking Research with Humans within Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Multimodal Elderly Care Systems
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become widespread in recent years and made tremendous progress thanks to automated...
Undertaking Research with Humans within Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Multimodal Elderly Care Systems
Notes from the Valley of Death: A Case for Entrepreneurship in Architecture
Rather than serve individual clients, architects can pursue an entrepreneurial path by identifying current problems...
Notes from the Valley of Death: A Case for Entrepreneurship in Architecture
5.1
Post Occupancy Evaluation in Architectural Education and Practice
Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) is a research method that examines how buildings function; when the functions include...
Post Occupancy Evaluation in Architectural Education and Practice
5.1
An Argument Framework for Ecological Psychology and Architecture Design
Integral to the scientific process are theoretical frameworks that motivate specific research questions and empirical...
An Argument Framework for Ecological Psychology and Architecture Design
4.2
Evolving Vernacular: Reinventing Rammed Earth in the Context of Twenty-First Century Seismic Regulation
The vernacular architecture of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in southeast France is dominated by unstabilized...
Evolving Vernacular: Reinventing Rammed Earth in the Context of Twenty-First Century Seismic Regulation
4.2
Enhancing the Human Condition: Reducing Building Material Toxicity by Design
Architects play a critical role in reducing building material toxicity and protecting occupants’ health. This...
Enhancing the Human Condition: Reducing Building Material Toxicity by Design
4.1
Designing for Durability: Helsinki Central Library’s Wood Facade
The Helsinki Central Library, Oodi, opened to the public in December 2018, is characterized by an ambitious, large-scale...
Designing for Durability: Helsinki Central Library’s Wood Facade
4.1
CITYFOOD: Research Design for an International, Transdisciplinary Collaboration
Twenty-first-century cities face challenges including potential food shortages, water scarcity, and dependence...
CITYFOOD: Research Design for an International, Transdisciplinary Collaboration