FoAR|2021年第三期内容概要




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FoAR

2021

新刊上线

Frontiers of Architectural Research(建筑学研究前沿 / FoAR)是由东南大学建筑学院和高等教育出版社联合主办的全英文学术期刊,已被A&HCI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、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

20219



Frontiers of Architectural Research  / FoAR建筑学研究前沿Volume 10 / Issue 3 / September 2021Pages 467 - 700



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。刊中收录论文的来源分别为:中国5篇,澳大利亚2篇,美国、英国、瑞典、西班牙、葡萄牙、塞浦路斯、埃及、伊朗各1篇。



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Pages 467-482

Examining control, centrality and flexibility in Palladio’s villa plans using space syntax measurements

Michael J. Dawes*, Michael J. Ostwald, Ju Hyun Lee

UNSW Built Environment, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia


Pages 483-501

A typological, environmental and socio-cultural study of semi-open spaces in the Eastern Mediterranean vernacular architecture: The case of Cyprus
Maria Philokyprou*, Aimilios Michael, Eleni MalaktouDepartment of Architecture, University of Cyprus, 1678 Nicosia, Cyprus


Pages 502-515

Assessing architectural color preference after Le Corbusier’s 1931 Salubra keyboards: A cross cultural analysisJuan Serra (a),*, Banu Manav (b), Yacine Gouaich (c)a Department of Architectural Graphic Expression, Escuela Te ́cnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universitat Polite`cnica de Vale`ncia, Valencia, 46022, Spain
b Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Faculty of Art and Design, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, 34083, Turkey
c Laboratory LCTPE, University Abdelhamid Ibn Badis, Mostaganem, 27000, Algeria


Pages 516-539

Walking experience: Exploring the trilateral interrelation of walkability, temporal perception, and urban ambianceDoaa K. Hassan, Ahmed Elkhateeb*Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt


Pages 540-554

Mapping urban public spaces based on the Nolli map method

Huimin Ji, Wowo Ding*School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Nanjing University, Nanjing, 210093, China


Pages 555-571

Regardless if it is comedy, action, thriller, or biography: A review of urban crime in the 1980s cinema of Chicago

Hamed Goharipour (a),*, Huston Gibson (b), Gholamreza Latifi (c)a Department of Urban Studies, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691, USA
b Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506, USA
c Department of Social, Urban, and Regional Planning, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Tehran, Iran

Pages 572-583

Vulnerability of Chinese rural-to-urban migrants to social exclusion: Spatial pattern and mechanism

Juanjuan Zhao (a),*, Haojie Pan (a), Merih Wahid (b), Fangzhou Liu (c)a College of Resource Environment and Tourism, Capital Normal University, Beijing, 100048, China
b Manatee County Public Works, Bradenton, FL, 34208, USA
c Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Munich, 80333, Germany


Pages 584-597

Drawing the identity of architect: Liu Jipiao as an artistic architect in the late 1920s China

Lina Sun

The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, London WC1E 6BT, United Kingdom


Pages 598-613

Exploring the spatial pattern of historic Chinese towns and cities: A syntactical approach

Pan Liao (a),*, Ning Gu (a), Rongrong Yu (b), Chris Brisbin (c)

a UniSA Creative, IVE: Australian Research Centre for Interactive and Virtual Environments, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

b School of Engineering and Built Environment, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia
c UniSA Creative, CP3: Creative People, Products and Places Research Centre, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia


Pages 614-624

Multivariate analysis of subjective evaluation of indoor lighting environment

Jingyun Shen (a), Zhiwei Lian (a)(b)*

a School of Design, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200240, China

b China Institute of Urban Governance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200030, China


Pages 625-638

Conflicts in passive building performance: Retrofit and regulation of informal neighbourhoods

Gon ̧calo Arau ́jo (a)*, Inˆes Pereira (a), Anto ́nio Leit ̃ao (a), Manuel Correia Guedes (b)

a INESC-ID/Instituto Superior Te ́cnico, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugalb Instituto Superior Te ́cnico, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal


Pages 639-651

Lighting preferences in office spaces concerning the indoor thermal environment

Maryam Fakhari (a)*, Rima Fayaz (a), Somayeh Asadi (b)

a Energy and Architecture Section, Department of Architecture, University of Art, Tehran, Iranb The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA


Pages 652-668

Measuring the built environment of green transit-oriented development: A factor- cluster analysis of rail station areas in Singapore

Shaofei Niu (a), Ang Hu (a), Zhongwei Shen (b), Ying Huang (a), Yanchuan Mou (c)*

a College of Architecture and Environment, Sichuan University, Chengdu, 610065, China

b School of Architecture and Design, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, 611756, China
c Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Key Laboratory of New Technology for Construction of Cities in Mountain Area, Chongqing University, Chongqing, 400030, China


Pages 669-691

Exploring expressive and functional capacities of knitted textiles exposed to wind influenceErica H ̈orteborn*, Malgorzata A. ZboinskaDepartment of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Go ̈teborg, SE-412 96, Sweden


Pages 692-700

Quantitative contrast of urban agglomeration colors based on image clustering algorithm: Case study of the Xia-Zhang-Quan metropolitan areaMeichen DingFaculty of Architecture, Tan Kah Kee College, Xiamen University, Zhangzhou, 363105, China







封面介绍

先锋汤山矿坑书店


 △ 从北向鸟瞰书店  摄影:时差影像


先锋汤山矿坑书店坐落于南京汤山矿坑公园内。该项目缘起于公园入口处靠山而建的一座废弃多年的双筒砖窑,是一处具有历史记忆和场所精神的独特区域。如何在结合场地特色、尊重遗址风貌的前提下,在新旧之间创造和谐交融的共生状态,并为已确定的书店业态创造出具有商业适应性的文化体验空间,是该项目创作的动力和挑战。该项目的设计策略是在提取砖窑双筒原型的基础上,把竖向桶形的垂直形态转化为水平拱形,而拱不仅在形态上可以和砖窑形成很好的呼应和延伸,同时也因其类型的古典传承而自带了某种精神性,这与先锋书店的内在气质是匹配的。进一步,再依据书店的基本功能,如图书销售、文创用品展示与销售、咖啡休闲、演讲会议等,水平双拱进行拉伸、分离、切割、旋转等变化,来设计和安排相应的平面。设计对场地采取了“修补”策略,首先对场地中的坡面进行了开挖和降坡处理。在此基础上,设计在几个方向上通过不同的景观处理将场地修补完整。建筑成为景观和山体的一部分,彼此融合,这种修补也极大地丰富了建筑的空间层次。


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项目名称:先锋汤山矿坑书店

项目地点:江苏省南京市汤山

设计单位:东南大学建筑学院 + 艺合境建筑设计事务所

建筑师团队:杨志疆、周妍琳、袁佩华、陈顶

业主:先锋书店

设计时间20193-20199

建设时间20199-20213

用地面积2649.9 平方米

建筑面积1318.4 平方米

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Frontiers of Architectural Research(建筑学研究前沿 / FoAR)是由东南大学建筑学院和高等教育出版社联合主办的全英文学术期刊,已被A&HCI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、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。






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