International Journal on Livable Space

International Journal on Livable Space is focused on the three main aspects of livable space: community life, environment and technology. It is interested at inhabitation process, spatial structures (of houses, housings, neighborhoods, settlements, cities/urban, and territories), with its essential factors (social, cultural, economic, politics, and ideology), including reviews of phenomena in the context of philosophy. It is also interested at spatial context in relation to the aspects of safety, climatic change, social-cultural connectivity, quality of architecture, public facilities, spatial tolerance, environmental issues, ecological access, and the concepts and praxis of community based development.

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Call for Paper: Vol 5 No. 2, September 2020

 
International Journal on Livable Space invites manuscripts for future issues. The theme for Vol 5 No. 2 is 'Technology, Space and Heritage'.  
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Vol 5, No 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE


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