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Landscape design principles of theme parks: a comparable study
Theme park phenomenon is a new trend and have recently taken an important place in tourism industry. These kind of parks, which are designed with a different and new design system are different from city parks and amusement ...
A multiparadigm approach to interpretation in architecture: exploring ideological meaning in political party headquarters
The attempts to make sense of the built environment are conceptualised within various disciplines also including linguistics and literature. Current theories in literary criticism support different movements in meaning ...
Historical process from past to present and the landscape characteristics of the Iranian gardens
The history of Iranian gardens is regarded as the four thousand millennium B.C. The duration of establishing Iranian gardens is observable in semiotics and turneries of Persepolis. The ancient Persian prophet paid special ...
Integrating architectural approaches in communication design education to improve awareness in affordance design
(International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, IIIS, 2017)
The expansion of the range for the design of products in the field of Communication Design (CoD) calls for new teaching strategies to be sought by educational scholars due to the intense experience of digital natives with ...
Investigation of the relationship between museums and cities in the context of image: cases from Istanbul
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2015-06-03)
Whether created by transforming historic buildings, whether contemporary and new design products, museums play a key role in terms of the image and attractiveness of the city they are located in. This study investigates ...
Morphology of Roman, Islamic and Medieval seismic design: pointed arch and ablaq
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014)
In ancient written sources earthquakes were mostly interpreted as a divine punishment for human sins, only few authors instead interpreted the seismic event as a phenomenon independent from human actions. Considering the ...
Archaeological memory and urban morphology: the republican model in the imperial E42
(GAU Girne American University, Girne, 2014)
The idea that the modern city should rise on a tabula rasa of the ancient city has been promoted since the Plan Voisin (Lecorbusier, 1925), and was essentially conceived on the ideology of the destruction of the ancienne ...
The architecture of memory. Bridging the divided city of Nicosia
(U+D edition, Rome, 2017)
The urban settlement of Nicosia (former Ledra) started in Bronze Age on the two sides of the river Pedieos (Kanlı Dere), along the intersection of the valley route following that river, and the cross-valley route connecting ...
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