T3XTURE NO 3 Call for Submissions: PATTERN

Submission: October 15, 2016
Registration: October 15, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: N/A
Type: Open


The first two issues of T3XTURE addressed Texture and Ornament, respectively, in the built environment. Each of the first two issues featured an interview relating to the topic. In Issue No.1 we interviewed Christopher W. Tyler, Ph.D. on the perception of texture. In Issue No.2 we discussed the making of ornament with Kent Bloomer. Issue No 3 will explore the role of PATTERN in our built environment. We are particularly interested in your thoughts on PATTERN relating to specific place, time, and culture. This issue will feature an interview with Nikos A. Salingaros, Professor of Mathematics, Urbanist & Architectural Theorist.

Submissions for PATTERN may be in the form of critical essays, built or unbuilt projects, exceptional photography, poems, or drawings that explore the idea PATTERN in architecture, art, photography , the environment, or urbanism. We suggest reading the first two issues of T3XTURE. Submissions of texts and images or illustrations should be sent together with a short biography and a publication list as one single pdf-file. Selected contributors will be required to provide high-resolution images for publication.


Please, submit the following information along with your work: – Name of author/authors of the project as it will appear in the journal. – A brief (50 words max) bio. – Your website. We cannot include all submissions. We appreciate the time, thought, and effort required to submit to T3XTURE Archizine. Authors and designers should ensure, that if selected, high-resolution, publication-quality, images are available.

Writing: Text should be in English and between 500 to 3,000 words. Please format in accordance with the Chicago Manual of Style. Please use Arial or Helvetica fonts. All images should be included separately at 300 dpi. Please include all notes and citations. File formats: text as DOC, images as TIFF or JPEG files. Please be prepared to provide sources and permissions for photographs and images.

Permissions for use of images not the property of the submitter are the responsibility of the submitter. Photography: 200-500 word statement about your proposal. – All photographs should be submitted full color (CMYK), and in either JPEG or TIFF format. – Send all photographs with a 300 dpi resolution.

Projects: Send all photographs with a 300 dpi resolution and a 200 to 500 word statement describing your project. Please send your submission to T3xture #3 Submission by midnight (EST) on October 15 , 2016 .

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