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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 without doubt one of the oldest sorts of household improvement spanning a minimum of 2000 years and taking place in precise shape in lots of areas of the realm. often linked to the center East the place weather and tradition have given form to a selected form of courtyard housing, different examples exist in Latin the United States, China and in Europe the place the version has been reinterpreted. This e-book demonstrates, via discussions on sustainability and nearby identification, and through a sequence of case experiences, that she courtyard housing shape has a destiny in addition to a pastСкачать: eighty five

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As a starting point it is instructive to note the similarities in architectural terminology throughout the Middle East. Persian words such as ivan (a semi-open space or veranda), talar (large veranda) sardab (full basement) and badghir (wind-catcher) have been adopted by the Arabic language (Shooshtari 1969). 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.

The apartments opened onto the landings of a series of stairways that led to the outside. In this way the autonomy of both areas was maintained. This layout is legible on the outside of the building through the surface punctured with windows and mash rab iyyas; it rested on a solid rustic stone base with a full-height monumental entrance cut into it. Despite differences in nomenclature, the ritual and sequences of use of the traditional qa’a were largely the same, whether located in palaces or more modest houses.

5 The development of courtyard housing over additional modules in plan (D series) joining of two plots by eliminating the dividing wall and making no further modifications; third, an unhierarchized aggregation of homogeneous courtyards; fourth, a union of two pre-existing organisms; and, finally, fifth, a closing of the courtyard on all four sides. This overall process happens differently in cities in the Maghreb, where the expansion of a house is achieved through the serial addition of another autonomous organism.

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