• 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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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 [...]

  • N. Farida
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 457-467

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    This study aims to identify how the characteristics of shared outdoor spaces in housing estates influence residents to interact with one another. The study specifically focuses [...]

  • A. ELMokadem, N. Megahed, D. Noaman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016).

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    The renewed interest that is being paid by architects, project developers and local governments to integrate wind turbines with buildings is mainly required a framework to [...]

  • S. Eldakdoky, A. Elkhateeb
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 1-16

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    Based on the commonly used indicators for speech intelligibility, this work acoustically evaluates the two largest auditoria in the Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University, [...]

  • K. Eder, T. Bednar
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 68-78

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    This article presents an innovative façade system designed to increase the thermal comfort inside an office room and to enhance the cooling capacity of the suspended cooling [...]

  • R. d׳Aquino
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 81-90

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    One of the objectives of the redevelopment project for Trajan׳s Market, which spanned from 2000 to 2002, was to rearrange the market׳s accessibility and the visiting paths [...]

  • R. Du
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 290-300

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    Compared with medium-sized cities, megacities play an increasingly important role in the rapid urbanization process in China. Owing to the expanding scale of large cities, [...]

  • R. Du
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 287-294

    Abstract
    Spatial evolution in ancient Chinese villages is always one of the most interesting research topics in the field of architectural design, urban planning and history of architecture. [...]

  • C. Dubois, G. Cloutier, A. Potvin, L. Adolphe, F. Joerin
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 1-11

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    For mid-latitude cities, higher summer temperatures due to climate change are a cause for concern because they aggravate the urban heat island phenomenon and reduce thermal [...]

  • Y. Deng, S. Poon
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 222-233

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    Chinas large public buildings (LPBs) often become problematic after only a few years' operation, leading to shortened building lifespans. Lacking architectural programming [...]

  • Y. Deng
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2(1)

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    Mega-event flagship (MEF) is a dual instrument for staging a mega-event and catalyzing regional urban renewal. Despite its unfailing popularity and controversial nature, many [...]

  • P. Andersen, C. Rode, H. Madsen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 488-499

    Abstract
    This paper addresses the difficulties in pinpointing reasons for unexpectedly high energy consumption in construction, and in low-energy houses especially. Statistical methods [...]

  • A. Jiboye
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 20-27

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    This study investigates the effect of house-types on the assessment of residential quality in Osogbo, Nigeria. Through a questionnaire survey, this study employs a stratified [...]

  • A. Jiboye
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 236-243

    Abstract
    This study is a post-occupancy evaluation of residential satisfaction in Oniru Estate, Lagos, Nigeria. It conceived residents’ satisfaction as a measure of people’s attitudes [...]

  • S. Datta, S. Hanafin, R. Woodbury
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(2) pp. 192-198

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    This paper reports on the design and control of a responsive envelope based on the rotation of tessellated components. The study investigates responsive and dynamic approaches [...]

  • S. Dang, D. Yuan, W. Kong
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5(4) pp. 425-432

    Abstract
    In China, the urban–rural dual structure of land market has resulted in urban sprawl caused by industrial diffusion. Urban sprawl disintegrated agricultural communities [...]

  • L. Dabbour
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1(4) pp. 380-391

    Abstract
    This paper discusses geometric proportions which serve as a design tool, especially for Islamic pattern design. The key role of geometry in Islamic patterns is discussed with [...]

  • T. Coomans
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(2) pp. 89-107

    Abstract
    In 1926, French Jesuit missionaries from Daming published at Xianxian (Hebei province) a little handbook for church construction in Northern China: “Le missionnaire constructeur, [...]

  • D. Toe, T. Kubota
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 278-291

    Abstract
    The objective of this study was to develop an adaptive thermal comfort equation for naturally ventilated buildings in hot–humid climates. The study employed statistical [...]

  • S. Chien, H. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 376-385

    Abstract
    We proposed a support system called the “Smart Partition System” for infill elements that integrate smart technologies according to the Open Building principles. The design [...]

  • X. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 353-359

    Abstract
    The conservation practice in China, termed “Chinese stylistic restoration” in this study, has been influenced by the traditional Chinese philosophy and construction principles, [...]

  • T. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 77-85

    Abstract
    Stockaded villages of the Qiang nationality that are made up of watchtowers and watch-houses are an important part of its cultural heritage. The earliest documentary records [...]

  • L. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 166-177

    Abstract
    Agent-based modeling (ABM) is an emerging modeling approach. In the past two decades, agent-based models have been increasingly adapted by social scientists, especially scientists [...]

  • H. Chau
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015).

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    The three contemporary Chinese architects, namely Yung Ho Chang, Liu Jiakun, and Wang Shu, have often been labeled as the ‘avant-garde’ or xianfeng architects in China. [...]

  • G. Chaolin, W. Liya, I. Cook
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 101-149

    Abstract
    This paper is a comprehensive study on the progress in research on Chinese urbanization. On the basis of the concept and connotation of Chinese urbanization defined by Chinese [...]

  • C. Chan
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 253-258

    Abstract
    Rhythm in design, as explored in this research, is proposed to be the result of cognitive performance generated stylistically by creators and recognized consciously by beholders. [...]

  • T. Chang, W. Huang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 335-336

  • M. Erişmiş, A. Gezerman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 409-419

    Abstract
    The Rumeli Fortress has a unique place in world history. This study presents information on the castle and Fatih period, explains the aspects of castle thought to be important, [...]

  • S. Carta
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013).

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    This article offers a retrospective of the Shanghai World Expo 2010, placing it within an historical framework and hence comparing it to the other major World Expos from 1851 [...]

  • G. Carbonara
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 79-80

  • G. Carbonara
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 2-9

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    The essay provides an up-to-date review of the realities of Italian restoration. Restoration work feeds off the doubt that stems directly from historical and balance, and [...]

  • M. Bruelisauer, F. Meggers, H. Leibundgut
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 292-300

    Abstract
    Efforts to limit CO2 emissions from buildings in the tropics either focus on reducing energy demand, i.e., air-conditioning, or on replacing fossil with renewable sources. [...]

  • M. Bomberg, F. Andreas
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 500-502

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 116-119

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 263-266

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 421-423

  • M. Bitarafan, S. Hosseini, S. hashemi-fesharaki, A. Esmailzadeh
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 67-73

    Abstract
    The design of all spatial scales in a manufactured environment is part of the architectural skills and knowledge. Therefore, an architectural design should be drafted to reduce [...]

  • H. Binici, S. Kapur
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 101-110

    Abstract
    Al-Andalus mortar is an ancient binding material (lime mortar) that was used for centuries in numerous historical buildings in Al-Andalus, Granada (Spain). The physico-chemical [...]

  • N. Biloria
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 259-271

    Abstract
    The design-research illustrated in this research article focus on the emerging field of interactive architecture focusing on developing real-time information exchanging architectural [...]