Collana Teaching Interiors. 
Design Driven Research in The Expanded Field of Interiors

Design Driven Research in teaching refers to the thick research values embedded in academic design experiences that are at the core of all studio-based courses and diplomas but very often completely neglected as products of scientific and/or research value. Studio-based courses and diplomas are also the places where most of the design-based professors’ time and energy are allocated.
The Expanded Field of Interiors refers to an interpretation of the discipline focused on People, Places, and Practices. In other words, on what architecture is and how it shapes our common living environment, how spatial, material, and constructive qualities can enhance people’s everyday lives, and how quality and timelessness create the basis for the built environments of the future.
The Book Series aims to increase the understanding of the embedded values of Design Driven Research in teaching.

The Book series has an open Guest Editorship submissions policy and continuously welcomes unsolicited proposals bringing a relevant contribution to the field.
To submit a proposal, please follow the instructions for authors

International scientific board
Daniel Cid Moragas, Southhampton University
Thierry Lagrange, KU Leuven-Sint Lucas Campus-Ghent
Gennaro Postiglione (direttore), Politecnico di Milano
Alessandro Valenti, Università di Genova
Jurjen Zeinstra, TU Delft

Editorial Board
Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Libera Università di Bolzano
Enrico Miglietta, Politecnico di Milano
Elena Montanari, Politecnico di Milano
Viviana Saitto, Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”
Francesca Serrazanetti, Politecnico di Milano

Each editorial project undergoes a double blind peer-review process.