Techne and COVID-19

Community Message:

Dear Colleagues and Friends,
The scientific journal TECHNE, Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, is close to its readers, to the technical-administrative staff who work for it, to the publishing house, and to all citizens of the world, who have lost friends, relatives, loved ones or those who have been hospitalized in intensive care or in difficult conditions. From the whole community of the journal, an emotional and warm hug to them and their families. We also inform you that the journals continues its activity through the remote working method, in compliance with the rules enacted by the Italian government in order to protect the health of its employees and to limit mobility.
Emilio Faroldi
Editor in Chief 
 

NEW CALL FOR PAPERS | TECHNE | 22
Circular Transition and Design
Abstract submission: December, 13th 2020
Paper submission: March, 7nd 2021 
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ISSN 2239-0243 (online)

TECHNE, the scientific journal of SITdA, the Italian Society of Architectural Technology, meets the Society's aims by working, at national and international level, to promote knowledge and the methods and techniques of Architectural Technology, so as to protect and enhance the man-made environment, and to promote innovative applications and interdisciplinary comparison. The journal publishes articles on innovative research and applications, as well as essays and reports.
 
Editor-in-Chief:
Emilio Faroldi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 
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Current Issue

TECHNE 20 (2020): Time and architecture

Published December 21, 2020

Issue Description

The various meanings of time are a fundamental factor for forecasting the future and, therefore, the project. "Time" intended as a factor / variable of project, performance, organization, transformation. The volume collects theoretical-methodological contributions related to experimental and procedural applications. The project is treated in relation to the environmental and performance impact over time. Furthermore, the relationship between architecture and context, understood as a patrimony of signs and values, is discussed.

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Note

Maria Teresa Lucarelli
7-8

Dossier

Art Photography

Research & Experimentation

Dialogues

Vittorio Uccelli, Paolo Zermani
292-304

Industrial Research

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