Sustainable Vernacular Architecture [E-Book] : How the Past Can Enrich the Future / edited by Ali Sayigh.
Sayigh, Ali, (editor)
1st edition 2019.
Cham : Springer, 2019
VII, 437 pages 508 illustrations, 428 illustrations in color (online resource)
englisch
9783030061852
10.1007/978-3-030-06185-2
Innovative Renewable Energy
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Chapter 2. Contested Legacies: is vernacular architecture really sustainable?
  • Chapter 3. Vernacular Architecture in the MENA Region: Review of Bioclimatic Strategies and Analysis of Case Studies
  • Chapter 4. Vernacular Architecture in Portugal: Regional Variation
  • Chapter 5. Seeking Contemporary Urban Comfort through Vernacular Architectural Principles in Hot Arid Climate
  • Chapter 5. Seeking Contemporary Urban Comfort through Vernacular Architectural Principles in Hot Arid Climate
  • Chapter 6. The Royal Palace of Gödöllő / Gödöllő Palace as a typical example of Vernacular Architecture in Hungary
  • Chapter 7. Typological analysis of vernacular residential buildings in moderate-humid Climate of North Iran
  • Chapter 8. From Genius Loci to Sustainability: Conciliating between the Spirit of Place and the Spirit of time A Case Study on the Old city of Al-Salt
  • Chapter 9. Urban planning enriched by its representations, from perspective to thermography
  • Chapter 10. Vernacular Architecture as model to design a prototype for affordable housing in Mosul
  • Chapter 11. Hausa Traditional Architecture
  • Chapter 12. The intangible resources of vernacular architecture for the development of A green and circular economy
  • Chapter 13. Enhancing environmental performance of vernacular architecture.A case study
  • Chapter 14. Climatic Adaptations of Colonial School Buildings in Malaysia
  • chapter 15. Sustainability Principles and Features Learned from Vernacular Architecture: Guidelines for Future Developments Globally and in Egypt
  • Chapter 16. Contemporary roof design concepts: learning from vernacular architecture
  • Chapter 17.Early-design strategies for passive cooling of buildings Lessons learned from Italian Archetypes
  • Chapter 18. Traditional buildings back to the future. Building use as energy Retrofit criterion for renovation
  • Chapter 19. Conclusion. .