Each title of AD is presented as a thematic volume edited by an invited guest-editor, who is an international expert in their field. Renowned for being at the leading edge of design and new technologies, AD also covers topics as diverse as: architectural history and theory, the environment, interior design, landscape architecture and urban design.
Subjects covered include writings about individual architects, theoretical texts, design theory, architectural culture, sustainability, technology, everyday building, pedagogy, visual culture, artistic practices and urbanism. The journal also features an extensive book and exhibition review section in every issue.
The purpose of the Journal of Green Building is to present the very best of practical applications (Part I) together with the very best of peer-reviewed research (Part II) in green building design and construction.
ArchNet-IJAR is an interdisciplinary scholarly open access journal of architecture, planning, and built environment studies. The journal aims at establishing a bridge between theory and practice in the fields of architectural and design research, and urban planning and built environment studies.
Lighting Research & Technology (LR&T) is the leading journal that publishes original research on all aspects of light and lighting and is published in association with The Society of Light. LR&T covers the human response to light, the science of light generation, light control and measurement plus lighting design for both interior and exterior environments, as well as daylighting, energy efficiency and sustainability.
Architectural Science Review presents a balanced collection of papers on a wide range of topics. From its first issue over 50 years ago the journal documents the profession’s interest in environmental issues, covering topics such as thermal comfort, lighting, and sustainable architecture, contributing to this extensive field of knowledge by seeking papers from a broad geographical area.
Published quarterly, JSAH is a leading English-language journal on the built environment. Each issue offers three to four scholarly articles on American and international topics, reviews of recently-published books, reviews of architecture exhibitions, and a variety of editorials designed to place the discipline of architectural history within a larger intellectual context.