Conference – Living and Sustainability (London, 9-10 February 2017)

Living and Sustainability

London, South Bank University, 9 – 10 February 2017
The conference, co-organised with AMPS, welcomes case studies, design proposals, research projects, investigative papers and theoretical considerations on the conference themes in various formats:
Conference presentations (20 minutes)
Written papers (3,000 words)
Alternative proposals: Pecha Kucha, short films, photo essays etc.
In-person and virtual presentations (via Skype, etc.)
Delegates are given the option to present their work at conference either with or without an accompanying full written paper.
3,000 word papers will be published online and later in an ebook. Subject to review, selected authors will be invited to develop longer versions of their papers for Special Issues of the Architecture_MPS journal.
All abstracts and papers are fully double blind peer-reviewed.
The deadline for submission is Friday 20 October 2016. For more details and a submission form, please see the full conference call at AMPS or email admin@architecturemps.com.
Website: http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/conferences/living-sustainability-built-environment/call-for-papers

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