eBook – E-Proceedings – SPACE International Conference 2019 on Architectural Culture and Society

eBook - E-Proceedings - SPACE International Conference 2019 on Architectural Culture and Society

Format: E-Book / 130 pages

Publication Date: November 2019

Publisher: SPACE Studies Publications

Publication City / Country: London, United Kingdom

Language: English

ISBN: 978-1-9162841-1-1

£12.00

Description

CONTENT

The City, Spaces of Difference and Henri Lefebvre – Dr Michael E Leary-Owhin 

A Reading of The Phenomena of Continuous Space in Architecture in the 20th Century – Laila Sabsabiova 

Visual and Spatial Aspect of Translocated Javanese’s Omah In Kampoeng Djawi Wonosalam – Yusfan Adeputera Yusran 

Evaluation on Public Space Notion with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Through Non-Place Phenomena – Melek Demiroz

Architecture as a Cultural Discourse: An Assessment on the Impact of the Globalization on Junction Between Culture and Material Structure of the Cities – Sila Kanyar

Between Church and City Hall Where Should We Build Our Schools? – Jakub Adamczewski 

Human-Nature-Human Interactions in Urban Parks – Case Study: Mellat Park in Tehran – Sanaz Shobeiri 

Window as a Tool for Framing a View – Tugba Ozer

Contemporary Architecture in Historical Context Guidelines from Important International Charters – Naeem Abrar 

Importance of Interior Space Setup in Exhibition Spaces: A New Hopelessness by Sener Ozmen in Pilevneli Gallery Istanbul as a Reverse Exemplar – Cisem Soylu 

Metaphorical Expression of Building from the Museum Content – Chunhui Zheng, Qi Wang

Using Social Media Data for The Cultural and Social Sustainability in Architecture – Naime Esra Akin 

A Proposed Conceptual Framework of Drawing Ability: Implication for Research in Design Education – Melissa Di Giovanni

The Minimum Urban Structure – Valter Fabietti, Carlo Pozzi 

A Review of Existing Literature on Architectural Identity of Saudi Buildings – Mohammed Alghafis, Eshrar Latif, Magda Sibley

Author Bibliography

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