The international journal Vitruvio has been founded in 2015 with the aims to promote and disseminate research activities in the fields of architecture and building engineering, reinterpreting the principles of firmitas, utilitas and venustas of De Architectura di Vitruvio (I century BC) according to the needs of the modern world. The magazine is published twice a year and utilizes a double blind peer review policy. Since 2018, Vitruvio belongs to the list of scientific journals recognized by the Italian research evaluation system for the disciplinary Macro-sector 08 Civil engineering and architecture. Manuscripts in English can be submitted through the Open Journal System platform,https://polipapers.upv.es/index.php/vitruvio/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions The magazine is focused on two key themes of construction sustainability: 1) Conservation, Restoration and Re-use of Architectural Heritage; 2) Resilience and Sustainability of Built Environment. The two themes have some overlaps in the case of interventions on built heritage because nowadays they must also aim to make buildings resilient and smart, namely less vulnerable to catastrophic events, such as earthquakes, flooding landslides, using innovations arising from new information and communication technologies. The journal involves various scientific expertises and it includes different topics related to the processes of new buildings and to restoration and conservation interventions of built heritage.

Vitruvio International Journal of Architectural Technology and Sustainability: An Opportunity for Research Publications and Scientific Dissemination

Luis M. , Palmero Iglesias;Graziella, Bernardo
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2019-01-01

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The international journal Vitruvio has been founded in 2015 with the aims to promote and disseminate research activities in the fields of architecture and building engineering, reinterpreting the principles of firmitas, utilitas and venustas of De Architectura di Vitruvio (I century BC) according to the needs of the modern world. The magazine is published twice a year and utilizes a double blind peer review policy. Since 2018, Vitruvio belongs to the list of scientific journals recognized by the Italian research evaluation system for the disciplinary Macro-sector 08 Civil engineering and architecture. Manuscripts in English can be submitted through the Open Journal System platform,https://polipapers.upv.es/index.php/vitruvio/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions The magazine is focused on two key themes of construction sustainability: 1) Conservation, Restoration and Re-use of Architectural Heritage; 2) Resilience and Sustainability of Built Environment. The two themes have some overlaps in the case of interventions on built heritage because nowadays they must also aim to make buildings resilient and smart, namely less vulnerable to catastrophic events, such as earthquakes, flooding landslides, using innovations arising from new information and communication technologies. The journal involves various scientific expertises and it includes different topics related to the processes of new buildings and to restoration and conservation interventions of built heritage.
2019
978-84-17098-82-7
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