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Issue 3:2

Open

Research methods are a developing area of interest in the built environment and OPEN to discussion. Methods are part of our intellectual, social and institutional contexts. This OPEN issue asks researchers across architecture and related subfields to share their methods through original research including qualitative, quantitative, mixed, design studies, historical, correlational, causal-comparative, and experimental.

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3.2
Data Integrity and Future Systems
Data is neither pure nor agnostic. Rather, data is constructed by human beings, as are the systems that surround...
3.2
Data in Architecture: Structure and Content
Architectural space is exposed to the influences of numerous stimuli, such as daylight, ambient humidity, occupants’...
3.2
Blockchains as Enablers of Participatory Smart Grids
The next thirty years must bring about an accelerated change in our urban infrastructure. Global efforts, to prevent...
3.2
Improving Predictions of the Urban Wind Environment Using Data
Analysis of the urban wind environment can play an important role in the design of sustainable urban areas. The...
Improving Predictions of the Urban Wind Environment Using Data
3.2
Qualitative Data and Design: Understanding the Experimental Qualities of Place
Data come in many forms. They can be numbers, images, stories, sounds, and feelings; they can be biological tissue...
Qualitative Data and Design: Understanding the Experimental Qualities of Place
3.2
FELT: Communicating Emotion Through Textile Expression
The expressive material of a textile can be used to evoke emotion(s) through vision and touch. Because textiles...
FELT: Communicating Emotion Through Textile Expression