The Nexus Network Journal is pleased to announce a Call for Papers

Analytical Design in Architecture: New Developments

Guest Editors:

Vilmos Katona and Kristóf Fenyvesi


Modelling

Architecture could be considered as arising from the interaction between aesthetics and function. In other words, creativity in architecture involves both arts and precise planning, and is accordingly inspired by both nature’s complexity and the human mind’s capacity for non-restrictive abstraction. 

To bring these two halves together, architectural design could be understood as an organically evolving context of information patterns. Moreover, novel pattern languages could be developed integrating syntax analyses, design algorithms, fractal theories, gamification, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and other miscellaneous computational and mathematical approaches.

The goal of this special issue is to mobilize the synergies between various types of analytical knowledge for developing new platforms of intuitive planning and providing objective feedback for designers on a variety of design methods.


[Image credits: (c) ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart.]

This Call for Papers can be downloaded here: NNJ_Call for Papers_Analytical_Design.

Deadline for submissions for review: 31 January 2023 

 

 

Topics: This special issue is seeking original research papers showcasing analytical processes in today’s architecture and urbanism (mathematization, planning configurations, syntax, parametric planning, design algorithms), and their relevant educational manifestations (3D modelling and printing, structural frameworks, construction games, etc.). This special issue is not concerned with style, manifestoes or associated agendas, yet it is open to suggestions for solving topical issues of the globalized world by means of innovation in the joined field of architecture and mathematics.

Guidelines for manuscript preparation can be found on the NNJ website: https://www.nexusjournal.com/for-authors/submission-guidelines.html

Submission does not guarantee publication; all submissions will be peer‐reviewed before being considered for publication. Reviews of appropriate books and exhibits are also welcome.

  • CFP Announcement: 30 June 2022

  • Deadline for submissions for peer review: 31 January 2023

  • Notification of reviewer comments: February-March 2023

  • Deadline for submission of final revised manuscript:  May 2023

 

Submissions should be made via the NNJ Editorial Manager platform (https://www.editorialmanager.com/nenj/default.aspx). In the ‘Enter Comments’ box as part of the submission process, authors should note that the paper is for the special issue on “Analytical Design”.

 

Prospective authors may also email the Guest Editors of this Special Issue directly to notify of their intention to submit: Vilmos Katona (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and Kristóf Fenyvesi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).