The world is changing fast and unexpectedly. The new global challenges of today are more complex than of yesterdays and challenges of tomorrow are waiting with unprecedented actions. The recent pandemic has taught a global lesson and our priorities and societal edifices have changed a lot. Challenges of pandemics are coupled with impacts of disasters such as landslides, flooding, and earthquakes. Being stuck inside a house for almost 2 years has given us more time to rethink our habitat and surroundings. In this background, architecture as the most dynamic and responsive entity of art and creativity holds the pinnacle of responsibility and inevitability to the changing global scenarios.
Former Prime Minister of Nepal (2011-2013)
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture- Texas A&M University
Independent Artist/Software Engineer Generative Art
Assistant Professor, Xi’an jiaotong University
Abstracts from a wide range of architecture fields are encouraged for submission. The conference theme tracks are mentioned above and it is intended to bring diversity in content as well as context in the discussion. We are hopeful that the “response” of architecture practice is an impactful theme in addressing the global context of change.The authors are requested to choose at least one theme track. This will help us to identify the potential reviewer as well as group the convention schedule according to theme.