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International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Volume 14, Issue 2

International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Volume 14, Issue 2


Print ISSN: 1755-7437


Electronic ISSN: 1755-7445

An eco-approach to modularity in urban living

Author(s): Ágnes Borsos, Jeno Balogh, Balázs Kokas & Bálint Bachmann

Pages: 7 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 83 - 90

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The historical influence of landscape, ecology and climate on Danish low-rise residential architecture

Author(s): Mikkel Poulsen & Michael Lauring

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 91 - 102

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Cultivating refuge: The role of urban agriculture amongst refugees and forced migrants in the Kurdistan region of Iraq

Author(s): M. Tomkins, S. Yousef , A. Adam-bradford, C. Perkins, E. Grosrenaud, M. Mctough & A. Viljoen

Pages: 15 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 103 - 118

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Methodology to identify and assess agroecological practices in metropolitan areas. Case study, Concepción, Chile

Author(s): M. Delpino-Chamy, M. Alarcon, S. Fernández & J. Soto

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 119 - 130

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Classification, characterization and abstraction of vegetable surfaces for design

Author(s): Ever Patiño, David A. Torreblanca-Díaz, Andrés Valencia-Escobar & Alejandro Zuleta

Pages: 15 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 131 - 146

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Experimental characterisation of cement-based composites with rice husk

Author(s): Beatriz Marques, António Tadeu, João Almeida & Julieta António

Pages: 6 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 147 - 153

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International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics

Print ISSN: 1755-7437


Electronic ISSN: 1755-7445

A transdisciplinary journal relating nature, science and the humanities

The International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics opens new avenues for understanding the relationship between arts and sciences. The objective of the journal is to encourage and facilitate inter-disciplinary communication between scientists in different disciplines, as well as other professionals in academia, research institutions or industry, working on a variety of studies involving nature and its significance to modern scientific thought and design.