Code: J34-2020-VITR
Posting date: 25/08/2020


International Journal of Architectural Technology and Sustainability

ISSN (online): 2444-9091
Aims and Scope

VITRUVIO Journal is an international journal publishing original articles on frontier research, interdisciplinary and overlapping, in Architecture and Building Engineering covering topics on Sustainable Heritage. So that, the journal positions its scope both in the dominions of Science and Social Sciences. Topics covered by the journal: Design and Technique | Innovation and research in design, processes and operation of integrated design systems and solutions that inform advances towards the sustainable development of heritage; Digital Cultural Heritage | Modelling the Built Environment uses technology and digital innovation to find answers to some of the big questions facing adaptations of heritage and its societies today; Spatial Analysis | Smart Heritage Cities and Towns, urban and rural, are informed theoretically and empirically, by GIS systems among others to raise awareness of new technologies, software and techniques that have emerged as ‘web revolution’; Regeneration | Social sciences applied to the improvement communities and their Historical Built Environments looking for global prosperity of Heritage Sites. Health, human wellbeing and climate change; Energy Focus | Works in partnership with industry, government and other academic bodies, to ensure that the carried out research has a real-word impact on sustainable use of natural resources; Historic Buildings and Structures | Reuse, rehabilitation and maintenance. Approaches may consider energy efficiency in historical buildings, as well as materials conservation and repair, monitorisation of structures and materials decay, among others.

Review process
The Journal adopts double-blind peer review process
Adaptive Façade, Archaeological Heritage, Architectural Design, Architectural Heritage, Architectural Renovation, Architectural Typology, Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Materials, Augmented Reality, Big Data, Bio-based Materials, Biomimicry, Biotechnology, Building Technology, Chemical & Material Sciences, Circular Economy, City, Civil Engineering, Climate Change, Complex Systems, Conservation, Conservation Process, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Landscape, Development Economics, Digital Fabrication, Digital Modeling, Digital Project, Digital Technologies, Digitalization, Ecology, Economics, Energy Efficiency, Energy Retrofitting, Enjoyment, Environmental & Geological Engineering, Environmental Design, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Sustainability, Green Cities, Green Infrastructures, Green Materials, Green Mobility, Green Public Procurement, Health & Wellbeing, Higher Education, ICT, Industry 4.0, Information Architecture, Innovation, Innovative Materials, Interdisciplinary Approach, Internet of Things (IoT), Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Manufacturing & Machinery, Materials, Modeling, Monitoring, Nanotechnology, Natural Materials, Nature-based Solutions, Off-site Manufacturing, Open-source, Process Innovation, Process Management, Project Tools, Public Spaces, Recycled Materials, Redevelopment, Rehabilitation, Renewable Energy, Representation, Resilience, Restoration, Reuse, SDGs 2030, Services, Simulation Tools, Smart Cities, Smart Materials, Sustainability, Sustainable Construction, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Energy, Sustainable Materials, Systemic Architecture, Technological Design, Temporary Architecture, Tools, Tourism & Hospitality, Traditional Architecture, Traditional Techniques, Vernacular Architecture, Virtual Reality, Waste Management, Waste Recovery
First Published
Universitat Politècnica de València
Issue for Year
Publishing date
June, December
Scientific Director
Luis Palmero Iglesias
Indexed By

ANVUR, Web of Science, UlrichsWeb, ERIHPLUS, MIAR, DIALNET, DOAJ, DULCINEA, Google Scholar Citations.


The APC contribution is not required for the publication of the paper.