VLC arquitectura

New Research Journal

The School of Architecture of the Universitat Politècnica de València is pleased to present the VLC arquitectura research journal. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of architecture, and similarly to what happens in the curricula of schools of architecture in Spain, VLC arquitectura wants to be enriched by the confluence of technological, social and humanistic areas.
VLC arquitectura is an international research journal, covering discussions on the architectural and urban project from its technical, energetic and material side, to its theoretical, historical and graphics perspective. Education research on architecture is also welcome.
All researchers related to architecture and urban planning are invited to contribute. This journal is published twice a year and is issued both in hard copy and digital version. The selection of papers is done through a system of referees, following the usual protocols for scientific publications. The journal follows the quality criteria recommended by the most prestigious indexes in academia. The grouping of items will not respond to a particular subject, the contents of each issue of the journal will reflect the combination of the different areas of specialization.
We call for papers until November 15, 2013. Author Guideline and submission instructions are available through the Open Journal System platform: http://polipapers.upv.es/index.php/VLC/index

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