Architectural Intelligence, guided by scientific design thinking, focuses on the three future scenarios of smart habitat, virtual habitat, and space habitat. Utilizing evidence-based architectural research methods, Architectural Intelligence reconstructs the architectural knowledge system and creates an international academic platform of multi-disciplines, establishing a new paradigm for sustainable development.
Architectural intelligence establishes a new agenda through which architecture design, civil engineering, environmental engineering, computer science, social science, and other relevant disciplines generate novel knowledge and allow developments of new techniques. It forms an interdisciplinary platform for intelligent thinking methodology and practical research on generation, simulation, optimization, construction, operation, and inhabitation. Besides, it incorporates multi-discipline with Design and Science, Structure and Material, Environment and Energy, Mathematics and Computation, and Behavior and Sociology.
WU Zhiqiang, member of Chinese Academy of Engineering and professor of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, and Neil Leach, member of the Academia Europaea and visiting Professor of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, are the honorary editor-in-chiefs. Philip F. Yuan, associate dean and professor of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University is the editor-in-chief. The editorial board consists of leading institutions around the world, with 89 experts and scholars from 13 countries and 46 institutions, representing a wide range of disciplines.