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The European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (EHMH) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, international journal dedicated to all aspects of the history of medicine and health. EHMH welcomes submissions from all regions and covering all eras of the history of medicine and health including social history, cultural history, history of ideas, material studies, science and technology studies, microstudies, ethnological and environmental approaches. The journal publishes original articles, review articles, discussions, editorials, invited articles, book reviews, and regional or national focus articles on the history of medicine and health.

Starting in 2021, and serving as a continuation of Gesnerus: Swiss Journal for the History of Medicine and Science (1943-2020) (including Gesnerus Supplements), EHMH is cooperatively published with the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health and the Swiss Society for the History of Medicine and Sciences.

EHMH publishes special issues on selected topics as well as regular issues. Inviting complete manuscripts to be submitted online through Editorial Manager. To submit an article, please click here. Full colour images and figures are published free of charge.

Regular submission is in English only. The editors invite, however, preliminary submissions in any European language. After initial evaluation and review, article translation will be arranged by the Author(s) and Editor(s), possibly followed by a second review. Articles published in the journal will be in English while the abstracts will be published in English as well as in the language of origin. The original version of the article in the language of origin may appear online.
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Operative Artefakte in Entwurfsprozessen der Architektur und des Ingenieurwesens
Series:  Eikones
Es gibt kein Artefakt ohne Entwurfsvorgang. Wie geht dieser hochkomplexe Vorgang vonstatten? Der Band untersucht an Fallbeispielen die Rolle von Bildern und Modellen im Entwurfsprozess und an der Schwelle zur digitalen Wende.
Diese Wende scheint von einem Paradox geprägt: Der Siegeszug des Modells ist zugleich einer des Bildes, da digitale Modelle meist bildlich erschlossen werden. Bildliche Praktiken scheinen besonders geeignet, Neues zu entwerfen. In der Vorwegnahme des Zukünftigen erweisen sich diese operativen Artefakte in hohem Maße als nützlich: in der Konzeptentwicklung, Formgenese, bei der Variantenplanung und ihren Selektionsprozessen, in der Vermittlung oder der Prozesssteuerung.