Research Publications

Architectural Theory Review
Architectural Theory Review (ATR)

 

Now published by Taylor & Francis
More information on ATR

Architectural Science Review

Architectural Science Review (ASR)
ASR Homepage
ASR issues up to 2014 Volume 57 Issue 2
Sea Change Report
Sea Change Review No. 1
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International Journal of Design Computing
International Journal of Design Computing

Archive 1997-2004. 

Meeting the Sea Change Challenge
Sea Change Report No. 2
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Planning and politics
Planning and Politics
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Dialogues
Dialogues in Urban Planning
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Sustaining Heritage
Sustaining Heritage:
Giving the Past a Future
More information
Tony Gilmour(2007),
Sydney University Press,
ISBN: 9781920898717


 


 

Annex 35
Hybrid Ventilation in New and Retrofitted Office Buildings

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Australian Identity
An Australian Identity

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Daylight in buildings
Daylight in Buildings

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$60 (inc GST)

 


Dialogues
Dialogues in Urban Planning

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National Sea Change Taskforce
Best Practice Planning Models for Sea Change Communities

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$49.50 (inc GST)

 


Lighting
Lighting: Basic Concepts

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Australian Urban Land Use Planning
Australian Urban Land Use Planning:

Introducing Statutory Planning Practice in New South Wales

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Socitm
Local e-government now: a worldwide view

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Structural Systems
Structural Systems

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$22 (inc GST)


Architectural Theory Review - First Published 1996

Architectural Theory Review


Aim and scope
Through the examination of architectural theory and related interdisciplinary studies, Architectural Theory Review provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on areas of architectural interest, including studies of space and place, architectural history, the social context of architecture, sustainability, architecture and women, professional practice and ethics, design teaching and the impact of globalisation, science and technology on the built environment.

The journal welcomes submissions which relate architectural theory to contemporary thought in disciplines outside of architecture, including modern philosophical thought, sociology, ethnology, anthropology, gender studies, political theory, historiography, literary theory, ecology, computer theory, and education.For more information, manuscript submissions and to order back issues, see here: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t781137234