ointly published with the Royal Institute of British Architects, The Journal of Architecture assembles diverse views which affect the future of architecture and its reception in the world. It brings together views emanating from the profession, the industry, from the human sciences and cultural studies in a way which establishes a counterpoint. The editorial policy is critical rather than oppositional, outspoken and independent of entrenched interests. Topics to be covered include the interplay between cities, building, history and economic forces; problems of gender and ethnicity in architectual production and understanding; the powers, weakness and pre-suppositions of criticism; rewriting the historical canon of architecture, problems of interpreting cities; Eurocentrism and the rise of nationalism; the language and rhetoric of the constrction industry; the sociology and pathology of professionalism; power games and patronage; the legal and political relationships between infrastructures and superstructure; conservation of 20th century architecture; the rise of tourism; the uses and effects of the media; issues of greening and ecosystem; and the impact of computerisation. All submissions are refereed.
建筑杂志”与皇家英国建筑师协会联合出版，汇集了不同的观点，这些观点影响着建筑的未来及其在世界上的接受。它汇集了来自专业，行业，人文科学和文化研究的观点，从而建立了一个对立面。编辑政策至关重要，而不是反对，直言不讳，独立于根深蒂固的利益。涉及的主题包括城市，建筑，历史和经济力量之间的相互作用; 建筑生产和理解中的性别和种族问题; 批评的权力，弱点和预设; 改写建筑的历史经典，解读城市的问题; 欧洲中心主义和民族主义的兴起; 建筑业的语言和修辞; 专业的社会学和病理学; 权力游戏和赞助; 基础设施与上层建筑之间的法律和政治关系; 保护20世纪的建筑; 旅游业的兴起; 媒体的用途和效果; 绿化和生态系统问题; 和计算机化的影响。提交所有提交的内容。