Asian cities and architecture, which consist of various ethnicities, religions, culture, and history, as well as simultaneous homogeneity and heterogeneity, are undergoing a series of transformations in terms of urbanization, governance, environmental issues, and socioeconomic development.
Architecture Asia, as the official journal of the Architects Regional Council Asia, aims to provide a forum not only for presenting Asian phenomena and their characteristics to the world but also for understanding diversity and multiculturalism within Asia from a global perspective.
Focusing on the architectural humanities, this quarterly, double-blind peer-reviewed journal strongly encourages submissions from all fields related to architecture and the city, such as architectural design, theory, technology, sustainability, and pedagogy. It comprises both open issues and special issues with themes relevant but not limited to Asia. Innovative and interdisciplinary research articles and introductions to contemporary architectural practices are welcomed.
ACSR also recognized some cross committee CSR work with the collaboration of ACGSA; to enhance and protect nature through green practices; the ACPP, by recognizing new practice models in a sustainable manner and to make a resisting profession during hard economic turmoil; ACYA to explore new concepts and ideas to
ACYA Web Forum 2020 is a three session webinar organized by ARCASIA Committee on Young Architects. The program aims to continue knowledge sharing among country members amid the traveling restrictions due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The theme chosen is relevant to the current pandemic. Through rigorous promotions, the webinar is
COVID19 is affecting everyone in the world. While architects are not on the front line like our medical counterparts, we have an undeniable duty to contribute to the fight as the built environment clearly constitute a major contributor to the war against the pandemic. As different countries are at
The first speaker, Ar. Joan has shared with participants, of the architectural response during the pandemic. That included conversion of public buildings into quarantine centers and crowd-sourcing efforts to produce PPE suits for frontliners. She concluded her presentation with a series of sustainable design principles for the young architects to