Dimensions

is an international, peer-reviewed journal initiated in the context of the BauHow5 European Alliance for Architecture and the Built Environment and their associated networks.

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addresses design as the core of the architecture discipline and investigates the creation, constitution, and mediation of architectural knowledge.

aims to explore processes, procedures and results from practice and research with particular attentiveness to the architectural design and to investigate epistemologies of aesthetic practices and research.

assembles contributions referring to the constitution and body of knowledge in architecture, aiming to exploit specific architectural knowledge, its mediation, investigation and research.

as the entiteling terminology, refers to the multidirectional nature of impacts and subject areas of the architectural discipline, including architectural design, construction, and technology, landscape architecture, urban planning and design, history and theory of architecture as well as affinities to other fields in interdisciplinary investigation.

publishes two Curated Editions a year, assembling contributions explicitly dedicated to an overarching investigation of a superordinate subjects from the field of research and knowledge creation in the discipline of architecture.

The thematic framing is given by the respective editors in a Call for Contributions.

provides an Open Platform to publish all kinds of investigation and research on architectural knowledge, its particularities, the creation, providing and mediation of it as well as its discourse within the principle objective of the journal.

Curated
Editions

on superodinate framing subjects are published twice a year. Calls for Contributions are launched publically and contributions to the thematic framing of the respective edition are selected in a double-blind Peer-Review procedure.

The curated editions are published in print and Open Access at transcript Academic Publishing Bielefeld, Germany. They are elaborated and edited in the context of the BauHow5 network and associated institutions.

Call for Contributions
Authors’s Guidelines

Research Perspectives
in Architecture

edited by
Katharina Voigt, Uta Graff and Ferdinand Ludwig

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explores different lines of enquiry with specific focus on their methodology.

Design-based, reflexive, qualitative, experience-based, archival and interdisciplinary perspectives are investigated.

Spatial Dimensions
of Moving Experience

edited by
Virginie Roy and Katharina Voigt

Author’s Guidelines
Peer-Review
Call for Contributions

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explores the movements triggered by spatial, situational, and corporeal experiences and the sensations of being moved.

Call for Contributions

investigates lived experience as source for the constitution of knowledge. It is concerned with the movements of exploration and the inner sensations of being moved by experience. Addressing situational experience allows bringing implicit dimensions of perception to attention.

Call for Contributions

is looking for a tangible understanding to emerge in the actual encounter, as well as connected to memory and imagination. Practitioners and scholars from various disciplines are invited, to open the realm of discussion for theoretical, applied, and practice-related forms of research.

Call for Contributions

alignes contributions to enrich the discourse of architecture and its versatile dimensions. Theorists and practitioners from all disciplines are invited to reflect upon »Spatial Dimensions of Moving Experience« and to bring in their specific observations gained in practice and/or teaching.

Call for Contributions

Species of Theses
and Other Pieces

edited by
Meike Schalk, Torsten Lange, Andreas Putz, and Tijana Stevanović

Guidelines for Authors
Peer Review
Call for Contributions

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is concerned with practice-oriented research.

The title of this issue is borrowed from Species of Spaces and Other Pieces by George Perec (1974).

The term »thesis« comes from the Greek meaning »something put forth«, and refers to a proposition. How we know is as much mediated through the thesis’ form as it is through its content.

In reference to George Perec, »Species of Theses« takes the love for playing with forms, genres, and arrangements as its program.

The appropriation of specific formats or modes of representation (such as an archive, exhibition, performance) can prompt imagining other ways of performing research, and communicating findings with diverse audiences.

Open Platform

for individual contribitions provides the possibility to publish all kinds of investigation and research on architectural knowledge, its particularities, the creation, providing and mediation of it as well as its discourse within the principle objective of the journal.

These singular contributions addressing the constitution and the body of knowledge in architecture are published Open Access only, in the context of the digital archive of transcript.open.

Call for Contributions
Authors’s Guidelines
Peer-Review

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allows for individual contributions independant from the Curated Edition’s thematic framing and its editorial schedule.

The solely digital format encourages an extensive integration of different media and the referencing of external links to provide multi-media presentations.

Call for Contributions

to the Curated Editions provide the superordinate introduction to the edition’s thematic framing, present the subject addressed and formulates the requirements for the contributions and their alignment.

Contributions selected for publication in the Curated Edition are free of charge.

Call for Curated Edition
Authors’s Guidelines

For anonymous submission, please upload your work here.

Please note that all contributions have to strictly respect the Authors’s Guidelines.

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to the Open Platform are independant from the editorial schedule and can be published in a relatively short-term procedure. Submissions are possible throughout the year.

Publication fee: 250,00 €

Call for Open Plaform
Authors’s Guidelines

For anonymous submission, please upload your work here.

Please note that all contributions have to strictly respect the Authors’s Guidelines.

Peer-Review

All contributions, to the Curated Editions as well as to the Open Platform, will be evaluated through a double-blind peer-review procedure.

Criteria for selection are the thematic correspondence to the advertised topic of the respective issue or to the overall topic of the journal.

For anonymous submission, please upload your work here.

Please not that all contributions have to strictly respect the Author’s Guidelines.

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The peer-review process will be guided by the following superordinate aspects:

Originality of the work, appropriateness of applied methodology to the research question posed, coherence of the argumentation, comprehensibility of the answer to the questions underlying the contribution, consistency of content with the theme of the respective edition framed in the call for papers or the overall theme of the journal.

It is required, that all contributions relate to the body of knowledge in the architecture discipline.

As it is the aim of the journal to investigate the creation, constitution and mediation of architecture specific knowledge, the proximity of research to this umbrella subject is an inevitable requirement for selection.

Editorial Context

BauHow5 European Alliance for Architecture and Built Environment, and associated networks

initiated by

Uta Graff
Ferdinan Ludwig
Katharina Voigt

Technical University of Munich Germany

Ambassadors and Members

Isabelle Doucet (Prof. Dr.)
Chalmers University Gothenburg

Uta Graff (Prof.)
Technical University of Munich

Susanne Hauser (Prof. Dr. habil.)
UdK University of the Arts Berlin

Klaske Havik (Dr. ir.)
Delft University of Technology

Jonathan Michael Hill (Prof.)
Bartlett University Collge London

Wilfried Kühn (Prof.)
Technical University of Vienna

Ferdinand Ludwig (Prof. Dr.)
Technical University of Munich

Meike Schalk (Prof. Dr.)
Royal Technical University of Stockholm

Katharina Voigt
Technical University of Munich

Contact

Uta Graff
Ferdinan Ludwig
Katharina Voigt

mail@dimensions-journal.eu

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Technical University of Munich
Chair of Architectural Design and Conception, Prof. Uta Graff

Arcisstrasse 21
80333 Munich
Germany

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Editors

Prof. Uta Graff
Katharina Voigt
Chair of Architectural Design and Conception
Technical University of Munich
Arcisstrasse 21, 80333 Munich

Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Ludwig
Professorship of Green Technologies in Landscape Architecture
Technical University of Munich
Arcisstrasse 21, 80333 Munich

mail@dimensions-journal.eu

Prof. Uta Graff, Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Ludwig and Katharina Voigt are initiator and editors in chief of »Dimensions. Journal of Architectural Knowledge« published at transcript Academic Publishing.

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