Aims and Scope
The scope of ARChive extends comprehensively to encompass a diverse array of subjects, including the presentation of meticulous case studies and exemplar practices. The journal eagerly welcomes research papers that present in-depth examinations of distinct projects or initiatives intertwined with the dimensions of height and environmental considerations as they relate to the realization of livable urban environments. These case studies serve as valuable reservoirs of knowledge, facilitating an insightful comprehension of the practical implications underpinning urban development and environmental cognizance. ARChive's ambit is committed to a multidimensional exploration, encompassing urban development, environmental dynamics, socio-behavioral ramifications, and illustrative case studies, thus contributing fundamentally to the perpetual advancement of scholarly understanding within the following spheres:
- Social Interactions in Urban Environments: Exploring dynamics and impacts of urban social interactions, networks, and well-being.
- Community Well-being in Urban Settings: Factors influencing quality of life, access to healthcare, education, and social services in cities.
- Quality of Life in Cities: Exploring livability factors, amenities, and well-being in urban areas.
- Public Health in Urban Areas: Examining health disparities, access to healthcare, and the impact of urban planning on public health.
- Urban Sociology: Understanding social structures, inequality, culture, and development in urban environments.
- Urban Economy: Examining economic development, innovation, infrastructure, and the role of cities in regional and national economies.
- Religion in Urban Environments: Exploring religious institutions, practices, diversity, and their impact on urban communities.
- Identity in Urban Contexts: Understanding formation and expression of individual and collective identities influenced by ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality, and socioeconomic status in urban environments.
- Urban Planning: Exploring design, land use, zoning, and transportation in city development.
- Architecture in Urban Environments: Design, construction, sustainability, and integration of buildings within urban landscapes.
- Urban Infrastructure: Examining transportation, utilities, and essential services in cities, including planning, design, and management.
- Green Spaces in Urban Environments: Exploring parks, gardens, and their impact on biodiversity, well-being, and sustainability.
- Urban Pollution: Investigating air, water, noise, and light pollution in cities, including sources, effects, and mitigation strategies.
- Urban Transportation: Examining public transportation, mobility planning, sustainable modes, and integration of transportation networks within cities.
- Art in Urban Environments: Exploring public art, street art, and its impact on aesthetics, cultural identity, and community engagement.
- Tangible and Intangible Heritage in Urban Contexts: Cultural heritage research on historic buildings, archaeological sites, traditions, and practices within cities.
- Preservation of Urban Heritage: Strategies for conserving urban heritage, including heritage management, adaptive reuse, and sustainable preservation in urban planning.