Practices in Research is an annual online open access double-blind peer-reviewed journal for practice-based research in architecture. The journal invites practising architects to explore the relationships between their practice and their research.
The focus on the relationship of architectural practice and research can lead to a broad range of contributions, such as considerations about specific design processes, transversal surveys, epistemologic reflections, considerations about tools and media.
The uploads in this community are either publications in the Practices in Research Journal. These contributions are double-blind peer reviewed and uploaded by the editorial team of the journal. Other practice-based research contributions by practising architects are welcome. In this case, the editorial committee will decide if the contributions fall within the scope of the journal and are suitable for inclusion in the community. Second, a blind review will be realised by two reviewers (senior academic staff, reknowned practitioners and/or experts in fields relevant for the contribution). the reviews investigate the scientific rigor, the artistic quality and the clarity of communication of the contribution.