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Fisher-Gewirtzman, D. (author)
Reviving neglected existing urban fabrics is one of the main frame-work for our future. A contemporary theory of conservation regarding architectural intervention and buildings subsequent re-use, has been developed to address a growing number of tired and neglected buildings. Rehabilitation is required for buildings that are no longer fit to...
conference paper 2011
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Lee, S. (author)
The purpose of this book is to reveal, explore and further the debate on the aesthetic potentials of sustainable architecture and its practice. This book opens a new area of scholarship and discourse in the design and production of sustainable architecture, one that is based in aesthetics. The chapters in this book have been compiled from...
book 2011
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Saâdi, Skander (author)
By establishing a phenomenological frame, this research paper demonstrates that the feeling of alienation towards the modern built environment originates from the failure of this built environment to allow man to identify himself with his own human condition, abstract ideas and natural environment. The study focuses on materials as primary...
student report 2018
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Hiemstra, Wilma (author)
In an ongoing movement of urbanization, life seems to mostly happen in planned environments while the untouched part of the world sometimes seems to be disconnected from people’s lives. These landscapes can only be fully understood and valued by a physical, sensory experience of it, not by looking at 2D representations. What defines a person’s...
master thesis 2018
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Aquilina, Emily (author)
Through the synthesis of a speculative design project I explore the meditative process of working together with earth forces to create alternative ways of valuing the Arctic and its critic yet fragile environments. Emerging as a response to the changing global trends of climate change, territorial claims and rapid melting of ice in the Arctic...
master thesis 2019
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