《建筑遗产》(季刊)是我国历史建成物及其环境研究、保护与再生学科领域的第一本大型综合性专业期刊;由中国科学院主管,中国科技出版传媒股份有限公司与同济大学联合主办,同济大学具体承办。2016年,《建筑遗产》正式创刊,中英双语,国内外公开发行。

本刊兼具学术探索性、工程示范性和艺术鉴赏性,旨在以瞻前顾后的辩证史观和全球在地的视野视点,搭建跨学科、跨文化的国际化学术交流平台,向海内外全面展现学科前沿的理论与实践成果,为提升该领域的整体专业水准、增强全社会的文化遗产保护观念和推进中国城乡可持续发展与文化资源的整合利用作出应有的贡献。

本刊以中国科学院院士常青为主编、中国科学院院士郑时龄为学术委员会主任,汇集国内外建筑历史和建筑遗产保护领域知名专家学者组成学术委员会和编委会,以同济大学建筑与城市规划学院为依托搭建了优秀的学术编辑队伍。期刊常设栏目为“研究聚焦”、“理论与历史”、“遗产图说”、“案例解析”;目标群体为建筑学、文物学、城乡规划、风景园林、土木工程、历史学、文学、艺术等相关领域的研究者、设计者与管理人员、高校师生、建设主管部门及相关企业界人士。

Heritage Architecture(quarterly) is the first comprehensive and professional journal covering all aspects of the research, conservation, and regeneration of historic built artefacts and the built environment in China. With an Editorial Team based in Tongji University, HA is administrated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and sponsored by the China Science Publishing and Media Group Ltd. and Tongji University. HA was launched in 2016, published in Chinese with English abstracts and synopsis, and distributed both domestically and abroad.

HA integrates heritage architecture conservation in a broad scope of academic exploration, model project analysis, and artistic appreciation. By adopting a dialectical approach to history and from a ‘glocal’ perspective, it aims to create a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary platform for academic communication all over the world, and to provide a wide view of the frontiers of theory and practice on the field to the scholars at home and abroad. The purpose of the Journal is to improve the overall professional level of architectural conservation, enhance the public awareness of architectural heritage conservation, promote sustainable urban and rural development in China, and achieve an integrated usage of the cultural resources. 

Professor Chang Qing, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is the Editor-in-chief of the Journal, and Professor Zheng Shiling, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, acts as Director of the Academic Committee. The Journal’s Academic Committee and Editorial Board incorporate many renowned Chinese and overseas experts and scholars in the field of architectural history and architectural heritage conservation. The Editorial Team is composed of academic editors from the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University. The Journal contains four regular columns, including Special Focus, Theory and History, Heritage Illustration, and Project Analysis. The potential readers are scholars from architecture, cultural heritage studies, urban and rural planning, landscape architecture, civil engineering, history, literature, art, and related disciplines; designers and managers; college teachers and students; and professionals from built environment related authorities and enterprises.