• Footprint 28: All is in Formation: Architecture, Cybernetics, Ecology

    2019-11-18

    The Call for Contributions for Footprint 28 is out now. 

    Stavros Kousoulas and Dulmini Perera will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "All is in Formation: Architecture, Cybernetics, Ecology". This issue of Footprint seeks to explore the encounters between architecture and cybernetics in an attempt to rethink the notion of the built environment. This call is open for full articles (6000–8000 words) as well as for review articles (2000 – 4000 words) and visual essays (2000 words, 2 – 5 images) that offer insight into the relation between architecture and cybernetics. Full articles must be submitted on Footprint’s online platform before 1 May 2020 and will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Authors interested in contributing review articles or visual essays should contact the editors before 1 May 2020 with an extended abstract of their proposal (500 words). The editors will select from the proposed review articles based on thematic relevance, innovativeness and evidence of an explorative academic level. A guide to Footprint’s preferred editorial and reference style is available at https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/index.php/footprint/about/submissions

    Footprint 28 will be published in Spring 2021. For submissions and inquiries, please contact editors Stavros Kousoulas and Dulmini Perera at editors.footprint@gmail.com.

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  • Presentation of Footprint 24, Thursday 10 October 2019 in Delft

    2019-10-03

    The latest Footprint, issue 24 "The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn" will be presented on 10 October 2019, at 16:30, integrated in the program of the seminar "Housing the Urban Invisibles", held in the Berlage Room, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft.

    Footprint 24 will be presented by the editors of this issue, Nelson Mota and Yael Allweil, and one of the contributors, Dirk van den Heuvel.

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  • Footprint 24 published

    2019-07-03

    Footprint 24 is out now. This issue, edited by Nelson Mota and Yael Allweil is dedicated to the theme "The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn".

    This issue includes research articles by Corinna Anderson, Claire Harper, Susanne Schindler, Zihao Wong and Florian Urban, and review articles by Dirk van den Heuvel and Cathelijne Nuijsink. This issue also includes a visual essay by Golnar Abbasi and an interview to Josep Maria Montaner by David H. Falagán.

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  • Footprint 26: The Architecture Competition as ‘Contact Zone’ – Towards a Historiography of Cross-Cultural Exchanges

    2019-03-14

    The Call for Contributions for Footprint 26 is out now. 

    Cathelijne Nuijsink and Jorge Mejía will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "The Architecture Competition as ‘Contact Zone’ – Towards a Historiography of Cross-Cultural Exchanges". This issue of Footprint will study different modalities of the architecture competition, and the ways in which the actors and stakeholders involved in them have collectively produced architecture knowledge. This call is open for full articles (6000–8000 words) as well as for review articles (2000 – 4000 words) that offer important insight into the topic of architecture competitions as ‘contact zones’. Full articles must be submitted on Footprint’s online platform before 3 June 2019, and will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Authors interested in contributing review articles should contact the editors before 20 May 2019 with an extended abstract of their proposal (500 words). The editors will select from the proposed review articles based on thematic relevance, innovativeness and evidence of an explorative academic level. A guide to Footprint’s preferred editorial and reference style is available at https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/index.php/footprint/about/submissions. 

    All research articles will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Footprint 26 will be published in Spring 2020. For submissions and inquiries, please contact editors Cathelijne Nuijsink and Jorge Mejía at editors.footprint@gmail.com.

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  • Footprint 25: The Human, Conditioned

    2018-10-24

    The Call for Contributions for Footprint 25 is out now. Dan Handel and Víctor Muñoz Sanz will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme ‘The Human, Conditioned’. This issue of Footprint seeks to highlight spaces of radical conditioning, in which humans have to operate in accordance with the logic of industrial economy and technology. We welcome original research articles (6000–8000 words), review articles and visual essays that address the issues stated in the Call for Contributions and related questions through theoretical and historiographical explorations, and transdisciplinary and innovative research methods. Authors of research articles are requested to submit their contributions on Footprint’s online platform before 15 January 2019. The submissions should adhere to Footprint’s submission preparation checklist and author guidelines, available at http://footprint.tudelft.nl/about/submissions.

    All research articles will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Footprint 25 will be published in the autumn of 2019. For inquiries, please contact editors Dan Handel and Víctor Muñoz Sanz at editors.footprint@gmail.com

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  • Footprint 24: The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn

    2018-01-31

    The Call for Papers for Footprint 24 is out now. Nelson Mota and Yael Allweil will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn". This issue of Footprint aims at examining how the housing policies that unfolded since the 1980s have contributed to re-theorise the architecture of dwelling as a social and spatial practice. This issue welcomes original research articles (6000–8000 words) that can contribute to define a new concept of housing after the neoliberal turn, exploring case studies, theoretical frameworks, research methods and analytical instruments. Authors of research articles are requested to submit their contributions on Footprint’s online platform before 1 May, 2018. The submissions should adhere to Footprint’s submission preparation checklist and author’s guidelines, available at http://footprint.tudelft.nl/about/submissions.

    All research articles will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Footprint 24 will be published in the Spring of 2019. For inquiries, please contact editors Nelson Mota and Yael Allweil at fp24@footprintjournal.org.

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