International Journal of Building, Urban, Interior and Landscape Technology (BUILT) was founded in 2010, publishing its first issue in 2011. It has gradually grown over the past decade to become the most widely cited open-access journal in the field of Building, Urban, Interior and Landscape Technology, with its most recent volume publishing over 50 articles. It is now indexed by Thailand Citation Index (TCI) after undergoing a rigorous review process.
As we enter year in 2019, Associate Professor Dr. Pawinee Iamtrakul, who has served as BUILT Editor-In-Chief for its entire existence to date will continue to be around and is devoting more energies to the launch of an open-access journal devoted to short form articles, and to the development of its accessibility Manual.
The Journal has also added new volunteer editors and associate editors to help with the increased workload. The Journal is published and sponsored by Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University, Thailand.
If you are interested to send your paper, please register in this weblink. https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/BUILT/user/register
We are also pleased to announce the publications in BUILT Volum 13, 2019, available at https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/BUILT/index
Aims and Scope:
BUILT is an international peer reviewed journal exclusively devoted to original research in architectural technological applications. The journal welcomes contributors in the field of "Building-", "Urban-" "Interior-" and "Landscape-" environment to showcase the cutting-edge "Technology" in architectural research. The direction and structure of this journal are unique and fit both academic and professional architects needs. Each article will be divided into two main parts including "Theory" and "Applications". The former focuses on theoretical research of authors' expertise, while the latter allows authors to discuss the architectural applications utilized his/her 'practice-oriented' research. This will provide the target audiences, the architects community, the tailored 'scientific' journal papers where architects can contribute and pass their ideas to the fellow architects and as the learning forum for architects to expose to new ideas and knowledge.
Topics such as the followings are welcome:
- Architectural Design, Technology and Application for Climate Change Human Comfort: Technology and Application Indoor Environmental Quality: Technology and Application;
- Technology and Application: Urban Planning & design, Landscape and Real Estate Development;
- Sustainability: Technology and Application.
BUILT: International Journal of Building, Urban, Interior and Landscape Technology
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Vol 13 (2019): BUILT Vol 13. 2019, January-June
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We would like to present, with great pleasure, the journal of BUILT, International Journal of Building, Urban, Interior and Landscape Technology, Volume 13.2019. This online-peer-reviewed International journal is devoted to the multi-perspectives of technological oriented issues. The current issue was envisioned and founded to represent the results of building technology, urban infrastructure & environment as well as urban management. The collection of six articles can be listed as the following topics:
- Simulation of cooling effectiveness of trees to improve outdoor thermal environment on different climate-sensitive urban forms during a summer of Bangkok;
- Passive Design Strategies with Active System Enhancing Indoor Thermal Environment and Comfort of a Condominium in Bangkok;
- BIM/CIM Implementation in the Thailand Private Sector: Extension to 6D Analysis – Safety Simulation of a Railway Station;
- An application of Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) for evaluating city bus service quality in Cambodia.
- Takakura Composting Method (TCM) as an appropriate environmental technology for urban waste management;
- Imapct of Urbanization on Quality and Quantity of Groundwater in Nakhon-Nayok Province, Thailand.
Furthermore, the article entitled of “Thailand's Future Green Energy for Sustainable Urban Development” was also reviewed and demonstrated the potential of the implementation of different energy options among several choices of renewable energy, particularly solar, biomass and wind energy and development the cogeneration system under its constrains and limitations. Furthermore, we could also include book review of “The New Urban Crisis - A review” by Florida R. (2017) into this current issue.
Finally, this issue would not have been possible without the great support of the editorial board members, and we would like to express our sincere thanks to all of them. We would also like to express our gratitude to all who kindly contributed their papers for this issue and without the continued support and advice from member of our advisory committees and reviewers, we could not maintain the high quality, accuracy and relevance of this publication.
Last but not the least, it is our hope that this fine collection of articles will be a valuable resource for all readers and will stimulate further research into the vibrant area of architectural research of building, urban, interior and landscape environment with the validation of emerging technologies.
Associate Professor Pawinee IAMTRAKUL, Ph.D.