TAD Journal 2:2
TECHNOLOGY | ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
TAD is a journal of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and is also made possible through additional support from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Building Technology Educators Society (BTES).
This issue of TAD seeks scholarly submissions and primary research concerning measurement in technology, architecture and design. Have new forms of measurement caused us to rethink architecture? How is quantitative research translated qualitatively? What are the frameworks, standards and scales that impact measurement in research? Have engagements with other disciplines caused us to measure or evaluate architecture differently? Through examining these and other questions, Measured intends to provide a forum for expanding the discourse on measurement and its implications for architecture and design.
RVTR's contribution - L. Junghans, D. Tish, D, Bruggman, G. Thün, K. Velikov, “Climate Measures: Experiments Toward Hyper-local Reverse Heat Flow Assemblies.” describes aspects of the research surrounding our Latitudo Borealis project as it relates to questions of Measurement.