Anniversary Collection

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Anniversary Collection

Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of JAE and the 5th Anniversary of  TAD with five free articles hand-picked by the editors for the occasion. Purchase the JAE 75th anniversary book collection "The Evolving Project," below.

75th Anniversary of the Journal of Architectural Education

Through a selection of essays from the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE) and its seventy-five-year history, we've compiled a volume that showcases not only the development of a single publication but also the evolution and expansion of the entire discipline. This volume celebrates the rich history of the JAE which is the longest continually running peer-review journal in the discipline of architecture, as a major platform for the dissemination of new pedagogical and scholarly ideas. From discourses on drawing and design processes to issues of new media and the environment, The Evolving Project is a journey in space and time that documents the changing project of architectural education after World War II – namely its transformation from a professional training ground to an intellectual platform that allowed architectural educators to boldly engage the larger social, cultural, and political issues of their time.

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5th Anniversary of Technology|Architecture + Design

With its publication in April 2021, Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) marks its fifth year as a journal. From its outset, TAD sought to synthetically examine the intersection of design and technology through research. When TAD launched there was a need for a journal that could bridge between what were perceived as disparate specializations and research agendas. However, the founding editorial board saw in their own practices and research the influence and reciprocity of technology and design which incorporates, expands, and explains our built environments. At heart, architects and other professionals working in the built environment have long practiced and researched in this space. TAD sought to be a venue for rigorous research that  increases awareness of the visual intelligence, methods, and translation of technology in architecture, and to attract authors across disciplines, professions, and academia interested in these issues. Looking back, we can see TAD has become a prominent publication venue to advance and test progressive ideas, elevate the visibility of architectural research, and bridge the academy and professional practice. The success of the publication is due to the passion of our authors and editorial board seeking to push these fields forward and together. In addition to attracting and publishing research, TAD uniquely infuses visual thinking into every aspect of the publication and presents highly technical subject matter in a way that renders it accessible to a broad audience. While we pause to reflect on our first five years and the accomplishments of our authors, TAD and its editorial board look forward to our next five. Our most recent lived experiences demonstrate the continued crisis of climate, inequity, and health-- areas in which design holds a central role. There is an increasing necessity for research addressing a combination of technology, science, architecture, and design. TAD continues to seek authors, researchers, and practitioners to expand our collective knowledge and to demonstrate the potential for research in architecture and the built environment.

Article Title Author(s) Volume & Issue Year
Benchmarking the Embodied Carbon of Buildings Kathrina Simonen, Barbara X. Rodriguez & Catherine De Wolf 1 (2) 2017
Backyard Housing Boom: New Markets for Affordable Housing and the Role of Digital Technology Alysia Bennett, Dana Cuff & Gus Wendel 3 (1) 2019
Generative Deep Learning in Architectural Design David Newton 3 (2) 2019
3D Turntables: Humanizing Architectural Technology Through Hip-Hop Sekou Cooke 3 (2) 2019
Designing for Durability: Helsinki Central Library’s Wood Facade Anna-Mikaela Kaila & Pekka Heikkinen 4 (1) 2020