• E. Samuel, E. Joseph-Akwara, A. Richard
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 29-41

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    Given the ability of building information models (BIM) to serve as a multidisciplinary data repository, this study attempts to explore and exploit the sustainability value [...]

  • S. Salvo
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015).

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    The framework of the Italian restoration doctrine is based on the reception and transmission of the memory of the past. However, interventions in modern architecture represent [...]

  • H. Safari, F. Moridani, S. Mahdzar
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 499-507

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    Legibility is based on landmarks and geometry. Visitors in a space learn to “read” an area by using three- and two-dimensional cues. This research aimed to determine the [...]

  • D. Ruggeri, D. Young
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 15-26

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    Critics have pointed at new technologies as culprits in the decline of civic life, neighboring and social capital construction in Western societies. When applied to community [...]

  • X. Ruan
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 332-340

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    Utzon throughout his life time designed and built three houses for himself and his family. A study of these houses shows the slow development of a doubt, albeit understated, [...]

  • S. Rossi, M. Pellizzari
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 435-444

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    Inaugurated in June 2012, the Carapace at Castelbuono Estate Winery in Italy is a highly interesting example of biomorphic architecture. The structure, an artistic creation [...]

  • Q. Roslan, S. Ibrahim, R. Affandi, M. Nawi, A. Baharun
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 126-133

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    Increase of indoor temperature compared with outdoor temperature is a major concern in modern house design. Occupants suffer from this uncomfortable condition because of overheating [...]

  • M. Ismail
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 30-41

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    Acoustics is an important factor in mosque prayer halls that had not been given extensive concern during the architectural design stages. Eventually, the importance of speech [...]

  • M. Ismail
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 162-177

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    The development of sustainability has made the application of green concepts to cityscapes and urban design mandatory and has popularized the installation of vegetation on [...]

  • M. Ismail
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 55-68

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    A questionnaire study was conducted to investigate the soundscape preferences of the sonic environment in Cairo. Participants, who were Cairo residents, were questioned about [...]

  • M. Rashid, D. Ara
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 46-55

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    Vernacular buildings across the globe provide instructive examples of sustainable solutions to building problems. Yet, these solutions are assumed to be inapplicable to modern [...]

  • R. Ramilo, M. Embi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 431-451

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    The development and use of design technology for architecture in the modern world have led to the emergence of various design methodologies. Current design research has focused [...]

  • A. Pratiwi, S. Zhao, X. Mi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 285-295

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    Many cities organize cultural festivals to promote their distinctiveness, boost the local economy, and enhance quality of life. However, urban spaces are packed with visitors [...]

  • X. Qu, D. Matsushita, T. Yoshida, M. Han
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 58-68

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    This paper used Active Radio Frequency Identification (Active RFID) technology to identify in which rooms fathers and their child tend to stay together and talk, and in which [...]

  • M. Pourjafar, M. Amini, E. Varzaneh, M. Mahdavinejad
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 10-19

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    A city is a vital organism that lives and grows like other organisms. Therefore, implementing development plans that would provide a sense of unity and integration in relation [...]

  • K. Perini
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 267-277

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    Several researches show the environmental and microclimatic benefits of the integration of vegetation in architecture, however the potentialities of vertical and horizontal [...]

  • A. Campanelli
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 213-223

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    The restoration of the former Pirelli Tower in Milan, which dates back to the early 1950s, is an example of various issues in approaching the “conservation of the new”. [...]

  • Y. Park, S. Ham
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 63-73

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    This study identifies the spatial characteristics and relationships of each used space according to the multiplex type. In this study, multiplexes are classified according [...]

  • R. Panella, M. Tugnoli
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 171-185

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    The new Hall of Marcus Aurelius in the Capitoline Museums, located within the ancient site of Giardino Romano, displays the original statue of the Roman emperor of the 2nd [...]

  • Z. Othman, R. Aird, L. Buys
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 12-23

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    Traditional Islamic teachings and traditions involve guidelines that have direct applications in the domestic sphere. The principles of privacy, modesty, and hospitality are [...]

  • Z. Othman, L. Buys
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 383-391

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    The topics on toilets, defecation and perianal cleansing may be perceived as taboo subjects in daily discussions but are markedly important from health and hygienical perspectives. [...]

  • K. Oosterhuis
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 411-420

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    The world around us is evolving. We are living inside evolution. As a practicing architect I find nothing more natural than to look around me and implement relevant changes [...]

  • S. Onmura, S. Hokoi, D. Ogura
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 301-309

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    In Japan, tile exfoliation from external walls is a serious problem that must be prevented. In our previous study, a tiled concrete sample was dried at a temperature of 105 [...]

  • A. Ilesanmi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 134-142

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    This paper explored through a literature review, the domains of research in Architecture and the nature of doctoral research, with a view to contributing to the evolving research [...]

  • M. Fadeyi, K. Alkhaja, M. Sulayem, B. Abu-Hijleh
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 166-177

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    This study presents findings of indoor environmental quality (IEQ) investigations conducted in elementary schools׳ classrooms in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Average TVOC, [...]

  • E. Ibem, A. Opoko, A. Adeboye, D. Amole
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 178-190

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    This study assessed the performance of residential buildings in public housing estates in urban areas of Ogun State Southwest Nigeria. It was based on the notion that users' [...]

  • P. Adewale, O. Adhuze
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014).

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    The competence of fresh graduates of architecture has been continuously criticized by the industry for inadequate knowledge. This is often blamed on the poor standard of education [...]

  • C. Lo, T. Chang, I. Lai
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 358-367

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    Linking pieces of design information for inspiration are an important part of the early phase of the design process. One key linking operation is assembling, wherein designers [...]

  • S. Nazidizaji, A. Tomé, F. Regateiro
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 318-329

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    Understanding the cognitive processes of the human mind is necessary to further learn about design thinking processes. Cognitive studies are also significant in the research [...]

  • S. Nazidizaji, A. Tomé, F. Regateiro
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 413-423

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    The design studio is the core of the architecture curriculum. Interpersonal interactions have a key role during the processes of design and critique. The influence of emotional [...]

  • L. Napoli, P. Baldassarri
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 91-99

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    Palazzo Valentini, a historical site of Rome׳s Provincial Administration, is located at the heart of the city. The building was purchased in 1827 by Vincenzo Valentini, a [...]

  • F. Naceur
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 400-408

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    This paper explores how modifications of urban space in informal settlements influence residents′ quality of life and perceptions of safety. This is a case study of Bouakal, [...]

  • J. Mundo-Hernández, M. Valerdi-Nochebuena, J. Sosa-Oliver
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 330-340

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    This paper presents the results obtained from a post-occupancy evaluation (POE) study conducted in an old fabric building called “La Violeta ”. This structure has been [...]

  • D. Morgareidge, H. CAI, J. JIA
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 250-264

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    Planning the design of the emergency department (ED) is a complex process. Hospital leaders and architects must consider many complex and interdependent factors, including [...]

  • P. Moonen, T. Defraeye, V. Dorer, B. Blocken, J. Carmeliet
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 197-228

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    The global trend towards urbanisation explains the growing interest in the study of the modification of the urban climate due to the heat island effect and global warming, [...]

  • N. Mohtashami, M. Mahdavinejad, M. Bemanian
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 319-331

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    In this paper, the city prosperity manifest is analyzed through a logical process and a framework is then proposed for designing healthy buildings in Tehran. The current status [...]

  • C. Mitterer, H. Künzel, S. Herkel, A. Holm
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 229-235

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    Designing energy efficient and comfortable buildings requires harmonizing the complex interactions of architecture, construction and building service engineering. The building [...]

  • F. Halifeoglu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 209-221

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    The ancient walls of Diyarbakir are the citys most important urban element, exhibiting an artistic grace through the arrangement of the towers, architectural values, dimensions, [...]

  • M. Meagher
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 159-165

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    The integration of responsive components in architecture offers the potential to enhance the experience of the building by giving expression to fleeting, changeable aspects [...]

  • I. Rian, M. Sassone
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 298-323

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    The shapes of trees are complex and fractal-like, and they have a set of physical, mechanical and biological functions. The relation between them always draws attention of [...]

  • K. Maruya, S. Yamashita, T. Uchiyama
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 253-262

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    At present, the planning for the conservation or development of Japanese traditional crafts is based on administrative districts or water catchment areas. However, the conservation [...]

  • T. Cracknell, B. Abu-Hijleh
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 308-317

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    Mounting awareness of climate change in recent years has led the construction industry to initiate new approaches toward sustainable building design, yet stakeholders in hospitality [...]

  • R. Mangkuto, S. Wang, M. Aries, E. Loenen, J. Hensen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 398-412

    Abstract
    This article discusses the measurement and simulation of a first generation prototype of Virtual Natural Lighting Solutions (VNLS), which are systems that can artificially [...]

  • S. Malhis
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 74-90

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    Mamluk sultans were known for their patronage of the arts and architecture. Their educational institutions were among the wide array of architectural projects that linked [...]

  • F. Lu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 489-498

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    Classical temples constructed by an entire class are considered as a democratic artifact that symbolizes social and communal beliefs and embodies religious significance. In [...]

  • G. Lombardo
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012).

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    The modern and updated use of traditional materials in the building industry often proves to improve the performance of the buildings through the economy of management, duration, [...]

  • G. Lombardo
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 357-364

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    The present paper is part of a research that is developed within the sustainable building design through the revisiting of the traditional construction materials. The results [...]

  • Z. Li, Q. Wei, H. He
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 354-361

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    Cultural architecture, specially, museum architecture, is of significant social value and importance for the improvement of city image, and for the optimization of peoples [...]

  • Z. Li, R. Zeng, M. Ye
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 186-195

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    This paper reviewed child behavior in Chinese residential landscapes. A field survey was used to investigate place characteristics, whereas fixed-point observation and visualization [...]

  • Y. Li, D. Ogura, S. Hokoi, T. Ishizaki
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 375-379

    Abstract
    In 1972 mural paintings of Takamatsuzuka tumulus were discovered and have been conserved on site for 35 years, but fungi growth on the mural paintings was not suppressed. [...]

  • . Li
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 392-399

    Abstract
    Genetic Algorithm (GA) is widely adopted in optimization and the improvement of its optimization performance is attracting many researchers’ attentions. In solving practical [...]

  • Z. Liu, S. Zhao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 296-307

    Abstract
    This study focused on the structure and the platform of the road space of historic districts. We analyzed the road networks of 16 historic districts in Japan from the perspectives [...]

  • R. Liu, D. Jiang, L. Shi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 111-125

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    Due to the growing number of emergency accidents occurring around students, evacuation issues have become significantly important for both school officials and architects. [...]

  • Y. Liu, J. Kang, Y. Zhang, D. Wang, L. Mao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 453-465

    Abstract
    People׳s visual perception and recognition of urban colorscape tones change significantly in hazy weather. A psychological experiment is conducted in this study to investigate [...]

  • K. Liu, J. Wang, P. Tang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). pp. 280-286

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    Since the 1990s, with peoples living requirements getting more and more advanced, the speed of the residential commercialization gets higher and higher, which promotes the [...]

  • Y. Liu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 121-140

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    Established in 1909, Tsinghua College was built on the base of a royal garden, and developed into a modern university through campus designs produced by Henry Murphy. The [...]

  • K. Liu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 108-120

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    Western architectural drawing techniques were introduced to China in the 1870s, when their importance was increasingly recognized by the Chinese. The development of architectural [...]

  • Y. Liu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 79-80

  • Y. Liu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). pp. 191-208

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    The research of modern Chinese architectural history formally started in the mid-1980s and the first conference held in 1986 in Beijing marks the establishment of the field. [...]

  • B. Lin, Q. Yu, Z. Li, X. Zhou
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 11-22

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    Based on a large number of researches and engineering practices both domestic and overseas, it is shown that the building parameters to be determined during scheme phase can [...]

  • Y. Lin, L. Bao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 220-229

    Abstract
    Based on research of the current situation and analysis result of a case study in the Nanjing region, this paper proposes a “wheelchair slow transit”(WST) system-based [...]

  • B. Lee, M. Trcka, J. Hensen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 326-333

    Abstract
    Industrial halls are characterized with their relatively high roof-to-floor ratio, which facilitates ready deployment of renewable energy generation, such as photovoltaic [...]

  • A. Kusumowidagdo, A. Sachari, P. Widodo
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 52-62

    Abstract
    Atriums as quasi-internal public spaces in shopping centers play an essential role as an identity provider and offer spatial orientation in shopping center architecture. This [...]

  • S. Kumar, V. Bansal
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 39-51

    Abstract
    Worker safety during construction is widely accepted, but the selection of safe sites for a building is generally not considered. Safe site selection (SSS) largely depends [...]

  • R. Kramer, J. Schijndel, H. Schellen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 318-325

    Abstract
    This paper provides a systematic literature review on simplified building models. Questions are answered like: What kind of modelling approaches are applied? What are their [...]

  • T. Kobayashi, S. Ikaruga
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 393-402

    Abstract
    In Japan, local cities experience a number of problems related to deterioration of residential environment, quality of public service, and vitalization of commercial land. [...]

  • T. Kobayashi, S. Ikaruga
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 277-284

    Abstract
    A reduction of environmental burdens is currently required. In particular, proposing a new approach for the construction of a smart city using renewable energy is important. [...]

  • K. Kiruthiga, K. Thirumaran
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 96-107

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    This paper aims to investigate the changes in the virtual perception on the built heritage at the traditional core settlement of Kumbakonam Town at Tamilnadu and to analyze [...]

  • K. Karashima, A. Ohgai, K. Tadamura
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 263-276

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    Approximately 20, 000 ha of densely built-up areas still remain in Japan. However, the advance of improvements in these areas has been very slow. Thus, making draft improvement [...]

  • J. Maina
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 310-321

    Abstract
    Public housing delivery in developing countries often involves the provision of government-funded housing units. Over time, occupants transform such units to suit their changing [...]

  • P. Johansson, B. Adl-Zarrabi, C. Hagentoft
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 334-340

    Abstract
    The energy use in buildings has to be decreased to reach the targets and regulations in the European Union. One way of reducing the energy demand is to use vacuum insulation [...]

  • H. Jin, W. Ling
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 212-219

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    Daqing is situated in one of the severely cold regions of China. The living environment in this region is extremely poor because of the harsh climate and the backward economy. [...]

  • S. Jiang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 141-153

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    The paper deciphers the Chinese literature to English speaking scholars and bridges the gap between China and the western countries on the topics of therapeutic landscapes [...]

  • B. Janssens, A. Verbruggen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 44-54

    Abstract
    Climate change policies imply significant reductions of energy use in buildings. For this, prevailing energy performance standards fall short, notwithstanding the emergence [...]

  • M. Janicki, D. Heim
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 23-29

    Abstract
    This work aimed to find the best possible solution for transparent façades. The evaluation was formulated to assure the highest user comfort criteria corresponding to energy [...]

  • K. James-Chakraborty
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 81-88

    Abstract
    Louis Kahn is often credited with having in his National Assembly in Dhaka (1962–1983) introduced modern architecture to Bangladesh. In fact at least as technologically [...]

  • K. James-Chakraborty
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 1-9

    Abstract
    Overturning assumptions that nonwestern architecture has been static over time, new scholarship focused on colonial and postcolonial architecture and urbanism and on nonwestern [...]

  • S. Jaganathan, L. Nesan, R. Ibrahim, A. Mohammad
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 377-386

    Abstract
    An architectural design process is investigated to achieve form flexibility in industrialized building systems (IBS), as IBS constructions do not have sufficient flexibility [...]

  • F. Isidori
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 100-118

    Abstract
    Restoration and redevelopment are difficult when traces of things that require preservation have been minimized. Such operations are even more complex whenever a portion of [...]

  • M. Illguth, C. Schuler, Ö. Bucak
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 119-126

    Abstract
    Commonly, in the evaluation of the optical appearance of glass panes in building envelopes, anisotropies are a reason for a dispute between the architect or client and the [...]

  • I. Hwang, W. Choi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 17-28

    Abstract
    In the present study, improving acoustical characteristics of a Gothic cathedral (Myeong-dong Cathedral, which is the first built Western Gothic-style architecture in Korea) [...]

  • S. Hu, X. Jin, M. Zhou
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 86-100

    Abstract
    The current paper discusses the conservation and restoration of the Guang Sheng Si Pagoda of the Liao Dynasty in Liaoning Province, China. The Southeast University, together [...]

  • H. Hua
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 400-404

    Abstract
    The experiment carried by the author in 2010 is to test if self-organizing systems could be systematically regulated according to the users preference for global behavior. [...]

  • W. Huang, D. Matsushita, J. Munemoto
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 44-50

    Abstract
    This paper explores the problem-solving behavior of people in design activities through a protocol analysis of verbal reports on the interior work design process simulated [...]

  • W. Hou, W. Wang, X. Yan
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 69-76

    Abstract
    This paper expounds the consideration to the design of protection and exhibition of Hanyuan Hall and Linde Hall of the Daming Palace. Based on in-depth study on their existing [...]

  • Y. Hong
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 466-476

    Abstract
    American architect Henry Killam Murphy contributed extensively in designing college campuses, making him a significant figure in the history of modern Chinese architecture. [...]

  • S. Hokoi, D. Ogura, X. Fu, Y. Rao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 134-146

    Abstract
    A field survey on energy consumption by hot water supply and cooking was conducted in two cities in China, Nanjing, and Hefei. In each city, 5 housing complexes were selected, [...]

  • Y. Hibino, S. Hokoi, K. Yoshida, S. Takada, M. Nakajima, M. Yamate
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 51-57

    Abstract
    For a healthy and productive life, good sleep is essential, which has prompted studies on how comfortable sleep can be achieved. Understanding the relationship between thermal [...]

  • W. He, S. Hu, L. Ji
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 91-100

    Abstract
    Xiaonan Garden is the back garden at the Weng family’s former residence, a famed mansion in Jiangnan. Various architectural colored paintings in the Jiangnan style, including [...]

  • A. Mahmoud, R. Omar
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 35-45

    Abstract
    Trees are a major factor in defining the spatial qualities of outdoor spaces. This study investigates the influence of spatial configuration produced by the proposed tree [...]

  • Z. Guo, B. Li
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 53-62

    Abstract
    This paper presents a method for the automatic generation of a spatial architectural layout from a user-specified architectural program. The proposed approach binds a multi-agent [...]

  • F. Goia
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 341-347

    Abstract
    The adoption of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) in glazing systems was proposed to increase the heat capacity of the fenestration, being some PCMs partially transparent to visible [...]

  • R. Gharib, A. Salama
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 468-476

    Abstract
    Doha, Qatar is continuously positioning itself at the forefront of international urbanism with different qualities of expression in terms of economy, culture, and global outlook, [...]

  • S. Geving, J. Holme
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 42-49

    Abstract
    Wood frame walls typically need a vapour barrier at the warm side to avoid interstitial condensation due to vapour diffusion and air leakages from the interior. A more vapour [...]

  • T. Fukuda, T. Zhang, N. Yabuki
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 386-397

    Abstract
    The need for visual landscape assessment in large-scale projects for the evaluation of the effects of a particular project on the surrounding landscape has grown in recent [...]

  • T. Fischer
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 368-375

    Abstract
    Presenting a hard-to-predict typography-varying system predicated on Nazi-era cryptography, the Enigma cipher machine, this paper illustrates conditions under which unrepeatable [...]

  • H. Diker
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 365-374

    Abstract
    This article aims at telling the story of restoration and exhibition of the Section of Arms and Armours (the Outer Treasury) in Topkapı Palace Museum. During this process, [...]

  • H. Feng
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 252-262

    Abstract
    The ever-increasing complexity of design processes fosters novel design computation models to be employed in architectural research and design in order to facilitate accurate [...]