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 FoARFrontiers of Architectural Research—2020年第2期内容概要



 Frontiers of Architectural Research(建筑学研究前沿,FoAR)是由www.462.net和高等教育出版社联合主办的全英文学术期刊,已被AHCI收录FoAR 2012年创刊,季刊(一年四期),在Elsevier平台上发行,开放获取(Open Access),免费下载。期刊论文涉及领域包括建筑设计与理论、建筑技术科学、城市规划与设计、风景园林、遗产保护等,覆盖建筑学、城乡规划和风景园林三个一级学科。本刊优先发表采用严格科学方法和前沿技术进行研究的学术论文,同时也欢迎探讨建筑社会属性的高水平文章。对所有论文将严格进行同行评议并只接受英文投稿


本期目录:

Frontiers of Architectural Research(建筑学研究前沿,FoAR

Volume 9/ Issue 2/ June 2020 (Pages 249 - 484)


本期共15篇文章,全部通过严格的同行评议,内容和质量均符合本刊的定位。文章来源分别为:中国2篇,美国2篇,印度2篇,西班牙、葡萄牙、澳大利亚、巴西、波兰、新加坡、土耳其、伊朗、埃及各1篇。

Peer review under responsibility of Southeast University.

奥门金沙负责同行评议。


文章目录如下:

The effects of environmental factors on the patient outcomes in hospital environments: A review of literature

Saman Jamshidi, Jan S. Parker, Seyedehnastaran Hashemi

Pages 249-263


Bioinspired architectural design based on structural topology optimization

Vinicius Mizobuti, Luiz C.M. Vieira Junior

Pages 264-276


Striking elements – A lifebelt or a fad? Searching for an effective way of adapting abandoned churches

Agnieszka Faustyna Szuta, Jakub Szczepański

Pages 277-286


Computational design in architecture: Defining parametric, generative, and algorithmic design

Inês Caetano, Luís Santos, António Leit?o

Pages 287-300


Architectural quality of the productive fa?ades integrating photovoltaic and vertical farming systems: Survey among experts in Singapore

Abel Tablada, Vesna Kosori?, Huajing Huang, Stephen S.Y. Lau, Veronika Shabunko

Pages 301-318


Improving outdoor air quality based on building morphology: Numerical investigation

Asmaa Mohammed Hassan, Ashraf Abdel Fatah El Mokadem, Naglaa Ali Megahed, Osama Mahmoud Abo Eleinen

Pages 319-334


A computational approach for achieving optimum daylight inside buildings through automated kinetic shading systems

Sahba Samadi, Esmatullah Noorzai, Liliana O. Beltrán, Saman Abbasi

Pages 335-349


Improved indoor environment through optimised ventilator and furniture positioning: A case of slum rehabilitation housing, Mumbai, India

Ahana Sarkar, Ronita Bardhan

Pages 350-369


Integrating algae building technology in the built environment: A cost and benefit perspective

Nimish Biloria, Yashkumar Thakkar

Pages 370-384


Documentation and analysis of structural elements of traditional houses for conservation of cultural heritage in Siverek (?anl?urfa, Turkey)

Neslihan Dalk?l??, Adnan Nabiko?lu

Pages 385-402


Heritage risk index: A multi-criteria decision-making tool to prioritize municipal historic preservation projects

Jonathan Ruiz-Jaramillo, Carmen Mu?oz-González, María Dolores Joyanes-Díaz, Eduardo Jiménez-Morales, ... Carlos Rosa-Jiménez

Pages 403-418


Neighborhood, community and consumption: Study on the socio-spatial structure during two boosting epochs in Shanghai

Xiang Zhou, Yanbo Li, Yuning Cheng

Pages 419-436


Shennan Road and the modernization of Shenzhen architecture

Cong Sun, Charlie Q.L. Xue

Pages 437-449


Development of creative problem solving-based framework for site planning in hill areas

N. Kapoor, V.K. Bansal, M. Jain

Pages 450-466


Multifaceted perspective on North American urban development

Mohamad Kashef, Mervat El-Shafie

Pages 467-483


封面先容:Multifunction Hall In Qinglongshan Park

LOCATION: Dingshu, Yixing, Jiangsu, China

DESIGN FIRM: Atelier X?K, 

Architects & Engineers Co., Ltd. of Southeast University

ARCHITECT: Xu ZHANG, Kenan LIU

DESIGNER: Wenliang SUN, Chao XI, Qing ZHANG, Yifei XU, Yongwei BIAN

In the early years, large-scale limestone mining left a magnificent landscape in Qinglongshan Park.

The main space of the multifunction hall is as large as four basketball courts. The prestressed reinforced concrete technology solves the span of 38m. The one-story building mass is wrapped by local terracotta plates providing functional rooms. Fair-faced concrete and dark red ceramic represent two types of mineral resources, limestone and purple clay, which have been preserved in the local area and have supported the region's production and life for a long time. By the way of combining the massive structure with several ordinary single-story buildings, the multifunction hall reflects the unique urban spatial phenomenon in the process of urbanization in China, which is the conflict and coexist of the massive structures of infrastructure( like elevated highway)  that constructed for urban upgrading with the residential buildings in material, structure, construction, and scale. That brings a sense of density, hierarchy, and urbanism into the site. 

The multifunction hall has a clear height of 9m, of which 2.7m below the ground. On the one hand, it is to control the height and scale of the building in the context, on the other hand, the reappearing of the “excavation” work is an important way to obtain space. Finally, the horizontal, calm profile of the roof complements the silhouette of hills and urban buildings.


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