By Brian Edwards
Courtyard Housing ДИЗАЙН, ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Название: Courtyard Housing: prior, current, destiny Автор: Brian Edwards Издательство: Spon Press Год: 2005 Страниц:248ISBN: 0415262720Формат: pdf Размер: 10 MbCourtyard housing is likely one of the oldest different types of household improvement spanning at the very least 2000 years and taking place in special shape in lots of areas of the area. ordinarily linked to the center East the place weather and tradition have given form to a selected kind of courtyard housing, different examples exist in Latin the USA, China and in Europe the place the version has been reinterpreted. This booklet demonstrates, via discussions on sustainability and neighborhood id, and through a chain of case reports, that she courtyard housing shape has a destiny in addition to a pastСкачать: uploading.com.com eighty five
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Conversely, Arabic terms such as shenashil (latticed and supported balconies), tarme (veranda), majlis and mozif (men’s reception rooms) have become absorbed into Persian usage, particularly in the south and south-west of Iran, where there is a strong relationship with the neighbouring Arab countries. As will be shown, a strong cultural relationship has existed between Iran and its Arab neighbours over the centuries. Some of the architectural terms noted here will appear in the discussion later in this paper and are indicative of the transcultural language employed.
The shared characteristics of Iranian and Arab courtyard houses 31 Architectural–climatic patterns Climate has had a great influence on Iranian and Arab architecture for at least 8000 years. This is not, however, meant to imply a unitary response to climatic conditions throughout these countries. An architectural-climatic pattern denotes the commonly-shared architectural characteristics that have developed in a given locality in response to the prevailing conditions. In various Arab countries, as in Iran, variation in climate led to variation in architectural response, altering the role of the courtyard and its design features.
It establishes an extremely articulated planimetry in buildings which breaks up the envelope of the house by playing freely with the spaces. The sofa, a product of the predetermined disposition of the oda, is always expressed by a strong topological or geometric centrality and reinforced by symmetrical references. The courtyard house: typological variations over space and time 21 Given this, Eldem identifies the essence of the sofa type in its multifunctional mechanism and introduces an evolving classification.