Project Baikal

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project baikal
проект байкал
 
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
project baikal
Discipline Architecture
Language Russian, English
Edited by Elena Grigoryeva
Publication details
Publisher
Autonomous nonprofit organization “Vostoksibacademcenter of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences” (Russian Federation)
Publication history
2004–present
Frequency Quarterly
DOAJ
License Creative Commons CC BY 4.0
Indexing
ISSN ‹See Tfm›2307-4485 (print)
‹See Tfm›2309-3072 (web)
OCLC no. 848927491
Links

project baikal is a Russian journal that focusses on architecture, urbanism, design, heritage and landscape. The journal publishes the works by prominent architects from Russia's Asian-Pacific region and leading experts from Europe and around the world.

The journal is distributed among architects and urbanists who perform scientific research and practice, among the administration of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, universities, governmental, business, architectural and construction organizations of Irkutsk, Eastern Siberia, Siberian Federal District, among regional organizations of the Union of Architects of Russia and several foreign branches of the International Union of Architects.[1]

project baikal is also distributed among prominent figures both in Russia and abroad, and is sold retail.

History[edit]

2016 Project Baikal applied to be included in the Russian Science Citation Index

2016 Project Baikal is now included in JournalTOCs, a Current Awareness Service (CAS).

2016 Project Baikal successfully registered as a SHERPA/RoMEO[2] green journal.

2015 Project Baikal completed the required reapplication to the DOAJ in time.

2014 Implemented Digital Object Identifiers or DOIs.

2014 Project Baikal is added to Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, that is home to the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library in New York.

2013 Project Baikal is included in the Directory of Open Access Journals.[3]

2013 Project Baikal goes online with issue 36 [4] using Open Journal Systems and effectively becomes an open access journal.

2009 Project Baikal receives the Gold Medal INTERARCH-2009 in “Periodicals” category at the triennial of the International Academy of Architecture.

2008 Project Baikal is awarded the prize as “the Best Regional Journal of Russia” at the XVI International Festival “Zodchestvo 2008” held in Moscow.

2004 The architectural information analysis journal “Project Baikal” of Siberian Federal District enters the mass media market.[5]

Indexing[edit]

Project Baikal is indexed by Google Scholar, the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and JournalTOCs.[6]

Issues[edit]

year/issue number issue title
2015/46 quarters
2015/45 urbanship
2015/44 university
2014/43 Irkutskgrazhdanproyekt – 50
2014/42 identity
2014/41 temples XXI
2014/39-40 sixtiers
2013/37-38 baikal. baikalsk
2013/36 fences
2013/35 public spaces
2012/33-34 university 2012 - walk around krasnoyarsk
2012/32 suburbia
2012/31 trash epoch
2011/29-30 walk around Irkutsk
2011/28 after tomorrow
2011/27 green
2010/26 Vladimir Pavlov
2010/25 youngsters
2010/24 nomads
2010/23 wood-2
2009/22 architecture vs design
2009/21 sustainability index
2009/20 history
2009/19 light and color
2008/18 science and education
2008/17 culture
2008/16 heritage XX
2008/15 commerce
2007/14 transport
2007/13 downtown
2007/12 irkutskgrazhdanprojekt
2007/11 environment
2006/10 neighbours
2006/9 agglomeration
2006/8 reclame
2006/7 coast
2005/6 dwelling
2005/5 bazar
2005/4 utopia
2004/3 wood
2004/2 transsib
2004/1 winter university

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