MADE - an international refereed architecture journal published by the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff. made reflects the Schools interest in physical making in architecture, crafting and joining, as well as the intellectual making of the discipline, its science, practice, histories, theories, practice and material culture.
Issue 7 edition includes, among other texts:Villian Wing Lam Lo, Daylighting: Functional versus Poetic, Science versus Art; Paul Cureton, Videre: Drawing and Evolutionary Architectures; Heidi Day, A Critique of Survey Methods; Nina Shen-Poblete, Formwork, an Image Dilemma; Cristian Suau, The Power Of Remaking: Lessons of Innovative Eco-Design in Design Studios; Sergio Pineda, On the Scalability of Nanotypologies; Carmelo Zappulla, Connections Between Architectural Design and Mathematical Patterns; and Juliet Odgers, Affect, Scale, and Figure in the work of John Evelyn and Caruso St. John Architects. The journal also includes a number of shorter pamphlets, including contributions from Stephen Chance / Chance de Silva, Oriel Prizeman, Dan Benham, Nick Humes, Sarah O'Dwyer, Heba Elsharkawy, James Mitchell, Julissa Kiyenje and Su Mei Tan, and Phineas Harper.
Issue 8 edition includes, among other texts: John Folan, Residen(ce)ts; William Worn, Post Industrial Transformation and the Obesogenic City; David Austin, Mountain landscapes and the tradition of industry: the Cambrian Mountains of Wales; Richard Keen, The Valleys of South Wales: a cultural landscape legacy; Martin Kläschen, Changing Parameters of the Industrial Land- and City Scape; Irina Susorova and Payam Bahrami, Facade-integrated Vegetation as a Sustainable Solution for Energy-efficient Buildings;Nathaniel Hollister and Antony Wood, The Tallest 20 in 2020: Entering the Era of the Megatal; and Andrew Roberts, Re-visioning the Heads of the Valleys. The journal also includes a number of shorter pamphlets, including contributions from Frances Whitehead, Phil Henshaw, Tom Bassett, Diana Waldron, Heledd Iorwerth and Simon Lannon, Yangang Xing, Cristian Suau, Nick Hacking, Takeshi Hayatsu, and Shibboleth Shechter and Sam Clark.
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