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Vol 3 No 2 (2024): Archvisual
Published: 2024-02-28


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Journal Title Archvisual: Jurnal Arsitektur dan Perencanaan
Initials Archvisual
Frequency 2 issues per year (February and August)
DOI 10.55300
p-ISSN 2809-5766
e-ISSN 2809-5014
Editor in chief Dr.-Ing. Listen Prima, ST, M.Planning
Publisher Program Studi Teknik Arsitektur, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Sriwijaya
Citation Google Scholar  l  Garuda


Archvisual: Jurnal Arsitektur dan Perencanaan is national journal to facilitate all of researchers from universities, academies, and institutions; as well as students in relevance with architecture and planning; Architecture, Digital of Architecture, Urban Design, Traditional Architecture and Vernacular, Archeology, Local Wisdom, Psychology in Architecture, Theory Method and Critics in Architecture, Building Structure and Utility System, Housing and Settlement, Sustainable Architecture, Urban Planning and Design, Urban and Rural Planning, Building Science and Technology, History and Theory of Architecture, Urban and Rural Infrastructure System.

At the end of 2021, the first edition of Archvisual: Jurnal Arsitektur dan Perencanaan was released, both in online (e-journal) and printed. The journal is published in twice a year in June and December. Since Volume 2 was published in February and August. The journal is managed and published by the Department of Architecture Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Sriwijaya University.

Editorial board invites all researchers from universities, academies, and institutions; as well as students to submit original academic papers that have never been published. The writing guideline based on the article template in the web page. The submitted paper will be reviewed by the editor and reviewer based on the relevance between topics and the reviewer’s expertise, then will be processed by the editorial team for publishing. The accuracy and originality of the article is fully the responsibility of the author. The editorial team has the right to edit the content and layout of the article without changing the aim and intent of the author. All of the review process will be informed in the Open Journal System (OJS) and emailed to the author.