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Creative Space

Refereed Research Journal

Dear Colleagues,

It gives me immense pleasure to introduce to you the prestigious Architecture Journal of Chitkara University, ‘Creative Space’, and to invite you to submit your Research Paper for its upcoming issue.

Chitkara University is a leading non-profit University of India. It has been established with the clear mission to pursue excellence in all fields of education and to adhere to the highest standards of academic rigor in all its work. Chitkara University has been founded by and is run by hardcore academicians.

Necessary details of the Chitkara University Architecture Journal are as under:

Name of the Journal Creative Space
ISSN Print 2321-3892
ISSN Online 2321-7154
RNI No. CHAENG/2013/51195
Periodicity of the Journal Bi-annual, as shown in the table below

Periodicity and Theme of the Journal for the Next Four Volumes
Volume Number Month Theme
Volume-4, Number-2 January, 2017 Asian Modernity
Volume-5, Number-1 July, 2017 Design for Healthcare
Volume-5, Number 2 January, 2018 Architecture for Sports and Recreation
Volume-6, Number-1 July, 2018 Industrial Architecture

It is a matter of great prestige for us that Creative Space has been indexed in the following world renowned journal indexing agencies:

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Research Bible Directory of Research Journals Indexing

The journal 'Creative Space' is distributed free of cost both at the national and international level. If you wish to have a print copy of the latest edition of this journal, please email your professional affiliations and complete address at editor.cs@chitkara.edu.in. We will try to send you a complimentary copy of the journal free of cost.

This journal is theme-based. While the inaugural issue covered a few diverse yet critical areas of the present day environment, the subsequent five issues explored themes of ‘The Sacred Space’, ‘Management of Change’, ‘Architecture Education’, ‘The Technology of Building’ and,'Transformation, Reuse & Rehabilitation.’

The upcoming seventh issue (Volume 4, No. 2), for which we are now inviting contributions, is dedicated to studies on ''Asian Modernity and its Architectural Manifestations’. The choice of the theme is inspired by the need to create a environment for critical discussion on the evolution and current status of the highly complex processes of 'modernisation' and the culturally distinct 'modernity' which impacted the traditional environments of Asian countries during the 19th and the 20th Century.

The objective is to describe and document both the built expressions of the wide range of modernising processes, cultural phenomena and social, scientific and technological progress that evolved in Asia, as also the legacy of the unique and, often unknown modernist edifices of its post-colonial era. The Asian struggle for recognition of the modern and modernist architecture as heritage also forms a vital part of this debate.

Writings can include, among others, analytical studies profiling the common characteristics of Asian Modernity and/or the specific cases of various countries in Asia. We also welcome case examples of how Modernity in Asia differs from the notions and expressions of that in the West; deliberations on factors that guided the transformation and modernisation of traditional Asian built environment; descriptions of various adaptive patterns of modernisation and, explanations of the diversity in patterns of modernisation in different Asian contexts. Other crucial issues under consideration could be identification and analysis of the elements of modernisation introduced into the traditional Asian world; the interaction of the new / modern with the established / traditional ideas and institutions and its impact on architecture and town planning; objective analyses of significant trends of social, cultural and architectural changes; the dynamics of cultural and technological change, and, the new typologies that emerged from these encounters.

This is an invitation for submission of your research papers and other original, previously unpublished technical writings suited to the above-mentioned theme that has been selected for the upcoming issue of ‘Creative Space’. Please visit http://cs.chitkara.edu.in/ to send your submissions, or, e-mail them directly to editor.cs@chitkara.edu.in.

We look forward to receiving your research paper and its valuable contribution for enhancing awareness of the significance of this critical aspect of our built environment.

Regards,

Kiran Joshi
Editor, Creative Space
Dean, Chitkara School of Planning & Architecture
Chitkara University, Punjab – 140401, India
Mobile: +91-9814636529
Landline: +91-1762 507086, +91-172-2741000
E-mail : editor.cs@chitkara.edu.in
Website : www.cs.chitkara.edu.in

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