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"Practices in Research" is a double blind peer reviewed open access journal for architects exploring the relationships between their practice and the research. The scientific committee is composed of academics and practising architects. Open calls for contributions are issued periodically, with the objective of a biannual publication.

Practices in Research #01 - First Steps and False Alarms

Practices in Research #01 First Steps and False Alarms contains four invited contributions of practicing architects who engage their practice in academic research.The album ‘First Steps & False Alarms’ (Kilgour, 1995) assembles recordings from the artist’s home tape archive, proposing to discover his creative starting points, his explorations and experiments from a period of five years, shaping a musical personality. Similarly, ‘Practices in Research #01’ does not make a priori assumptions about distinctions between realisations from the practice and theoretical reflections. As such it is an experimentation: it poses questions and situations, it proposes answers and actions.

Johannes Berry : In the Beginning and the End
Steven Schenk : Original Ambiguous
Tomas Ooms : Spatial Oxymorons
Virginie Pigeon : Landscape Co-Cartography

editors : Benoît Vandenbulcke (ULiège), Benoît Burquel (ULB), Harold Fallon (KU Leuven)
scientific committee : Martino Tattara, Asli Ciçek, Maurizio Cohen, Benoît Burquel, Benoît Vandenbulcke, Harold Fallon
double-blind peer review : each contribution reviewed by two referees
102 pages
ISSN : 2736-3996

double-blind peer review policy

The journals are double blind peer reviewed. The scientific committee is constituted of senior academic profiles and architects with relevant practices. The organising committees distributes the contributions anonymoulsly to the reviewers. Each contribution is reviewed by three referees. Two positive reviews out of three are needed for a contribution to be eligible for publication. The editors make a final selection, may include invited contributions, and finalises the layout. Specific issues may adapt this process. In this case, the modalities are precised in the corresponding call. For any question, please contact info@architectureinpractice.eu