*This thematic symposium is a part of the 25th International Conference Information Visualisation.
Date: [Online] July 5-16, 2021
Hosts: University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia[ Read more about Symposium Alert: VHAU – Visualisation for Humanities in Architecture and Urbanism ]
Special Issue Call for Papers: Influential theories and works for contemporary Chinese urban planning and design (1920-2020)June 28, 2020
With a continuous fast-pace urbanisation, China remains a fascinating venue of experimentations and research for architects, planners, urban designers and landscape architects alike. In the last two decades, many ‘star-architects’ have contributed to the erection of iconic structures that have become landmarks regionally but also internationally (see for example Zaha Hadid’s Cultural Complex in Changsha or Opera House in Guangzhou; Herzog & de Meuron Olympic Stadium in Beijing, etc). Yet, landmarks represent a very small part of the development of cities, megapolises and provinces; even more so in a country with such a large territory. It is timely therefore to examine the historical and theoretical influences, both nationally and internationally, that have contributed to shape contemporary Chinese urban planning and design.
Consequently, this Special Issue (SI) seeks original contributions that will reveal what theories, principles and works have underpinned the Chinese urban planning and design of the last 100 years (1920-2020). It also seeks to understand the historical concepts and practices in this field and how these have been transformed - or not- by internal and external factors, such as political reforms, globalisation and climate change. At last, this SI invites submissions reflecting on the transferability of contemporary Chinese urban planning and design theories and works to other geographical contexts.
Assoc. Prof. Karine Dupre, Griffith University, Australia
Dr. Hing-Wah Chau, Victoria University, Australia
Dr. Bixia Xu, Asia Pacific Agri-Corp (Projects) Pty Ltd, Australia
Submission starting date: July 1st, 2020
Abstract submission deadline: September 30th, 2020
Full paper deadline: January 31st, 2021
Expected publication date: June 30th, 2021
Abstract of (150-200 words) to be sent to email@example.com
Final paper (6,000-8,000 words) to follow online author registration and submission: http://journals.innosciencepress.com/index.php/JCAU/about/submissions
Please submit your paper along with a cover letter including the special issue title. Your paper will undergo a fair peer review and be published free of charge and immediately after acceptance and will be available to an international audience.
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