In a global, complex, and modern world, interior architecture has evolved from a brick and mortar business to a scientific-based application. Society demands a greener design, a cheaper alternative, and a simpler layout for small space living area. Theoretical investigations, design-research, and alternative explorations blend previously discrete disciplines within an emerging blurred territory. The International Journal of Interior Architecture covers these subjects through regular contributions from academicians, researchers, and practitioners.
Founded in 2015 by Prof. Dr. Matthew Hopkins, an emeritus professor at School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin, IIJournal has become the most sought resources for modern and classical interior architecture. Published by The OMEGA Press, IIJournal has impact factor of 4 and focus on the following topics:
- Review on contemporary, modern, and classic interior architecture and spatial design.
- Advanced spatially-based research, design, teaching, emerging technologies, and digital fabrication.
- Peer-reviewed essays, visual compositions, and observations that combine research-based rigor with an avant-garde journalistic edge. This multidisciplinary topic includes ecology, geography, arts, anthropology, and technology.
- Solicits the work of educators, practitioners, and doctoral candidates in related disciplines that correlates green architecture, interior built environments, spatial design, installation art, and light-mobile-architectures.
We will review all manuscripts that falls into the above subject within 14 working days. If you have your draft ready, feel free to submit it through our page here, https://iijournal.org/call-for-entries/.