Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc. (ARCC)

The Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc. (ARCC) is an international association of architectural research centers committed to the expansion of the research culture and a supporting infrastructure in architecture and related design disciplines. Since its founding as a non-profit corporation in 1976, ARCC has represented a concerted commitment to the improvement of the physical environment and the quality of life.

Historically, ARCC's members have been schools of architecture who have made substantial commitments to architectural research, often by forming centers directed to research programs. At the same time, ARCC has sponsored many projects, conferences, and other activities involving the broader architectural research community, including industrial laboratories, government agencies, and private practitioners engaged in research. For more information, visit www.arcc-arch.org.

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
Inefficient by Design: Habitat for Humanity in North Philadelphia Sally Harrison (Temple University) Jun 23, 2010
Extended Drawing Within (Embryonic) Design Processes Robin Schaeverbeke (Sint Lucas, Belgium) Jun 23, 2010
Rural Design: Establishing the Research Foundation for a New Design Discipline Dewey Thorbeck, FAIA, FAAR (University of Minnesota) Jun 23, 2010
Aesthetics, Information and Architecture Asghar Talaye Minai (Howard University) Jun 23, 2010
Characteristics of the Hospital Buildings: Changes, Processes and Quality Giuseppe Pellitteri (University of Palermo), Flavia Belvedere (University of Palermo) Jun 23, 2010
Representation + Fabrication: Connecting Descriptions and Artifacts in the Digital Age Tristan Al-Haddad (Georgia Institute of Technology), R. Gentry (Georgia Institute of Technology), A. Cavieres (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Carpo (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. Cho (Georgia Institute of Technology), L. Wagner (Georgia Institute of Technology), A. Zaitsev (Georgia Institute of Technology) Jun 23, 2010
Breaking the Hermeneutic Circle: Architectural Conservation as Normative Interpretation May al-Ibrashy (The British University in Egypt) Jun 23, 2010
People's Impressions of a Tourist-Historic District Jenny Ernawati (University of Brawijaya, Indonesia) Jun 23, 2010
Interactive Information Model for Digital Fabricator Jonathon Anderson (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), Ming Tang (University of Cincinnati) Jun 23, 2010
Architecture in the Wild (Architectural Research in a Digital and Global World) Josep Muntañola Thornberg (Technical University of Catalonia), Dafne Muntanyola Saura (University of California, San Diego) Jun 23, 2010

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