Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "Architecture"
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(1995)This study explores the suitability of traditional Islamic versus modern Western built-environments to the current cultural climate in Damascus. The issue of privacy, and that of women in particular have been important in ...
(1990)Housing environments are important in understanding man's relationship to the built environment, since they represent the most fundamental place for living. Residents' housing satisfaction, as a theoretical construct, has ...
(1991)This paper studies four prototypical models of early Islamic cities, namely Al-Basrah, Al-Kufah, Baghdad, and Damascus, and the different elements of which they were composed, with emphasis on Al-Jami (Friday mosque). It ...