Aims and scope
Focusing on the pluralism of positions and project perspectives, City, Territory and Architecture (CTA) opens an interdisciplinary debate on the relational nature of projects for spaces where people settle and interrelate.
The journal shares theoretical and applied scientific knowledge and positions with primary goal of exploring conceptual and physical relations between city, territory and architecture.
The central theme of the journal is the adaptation to new urban situations: new forms of inhabiting space are arising in the contemporary city; both human settlement and project development and implementation are characterized by a stronger awareness of and care for the entire territory, as well as an awareness of environmental values. One scope of this journal is to propose new tools to tackle these challenges. CTA emphasizes the importance of ethical concern in projects and calls for society’s legitimization of interventions proposed and managed by architects and planners.
Open thematic series
The City, Territory and Architecture journal (CTA) aims to create an interdisciplinary space for debating the conceptual and physical relationships between city, territory and architecture. As Editor-in-Chief, my wish is to stimulate scholars by facilitating different perspectives and providing a platform for papers that explore the relational nature of urban spaces; discovering new ways of realizing urban spaces in contemporary society.
Annual Journal Metrics
95 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only
73 days to first decision for all manuscripts
123 days from submission to acceptance
18 days from acceptance to publication
1.8 Cite Score
1.563 - Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP)
0.402 - SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)
- ISSN: 2195-2701 (electronic)