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Architectural Design Thought Between Heritage And Contemporary Arab Architecture (case Study Of Doha/qatar)

ALRAGABI Hussein

Titre : Architectural Design Thought Between Heritage And Contemporary Arab Architecture (case Study Of Doha/qatar)

Kültürel Miras Ve Çağdaş Arap Mimarlığı İlişkisi Bağlamında Mimarlık Düşüncesi (doha/qatar Örneği)

Auteur : ALRAGABI Hussein

Université de soutenance : İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi

Grade : Master of Science (MS) 2014

Résumé partiel
Present is past for tomorrow what we see now as contemporary, will be heritage tomorrow. In this research an attempt is made to outline the relation between heritage and contemporary Arab architecture of Doha/Qatar in order to understand the future vision of architecture. The relation between heritage and contemporary is a complex issue, especially in the culture. One goal of this thesis is to investigate the importance of using the local data in respect of nature and culture to learn from the architecture experience to reach a sustainable architecture. This thesis illustrated the example of Doha/Qatar , the city is affected by fast urban transformations and changing social structures. Hence examined questions how the architecture and culture in Doha/Qatar were affected by this transformation. The study elaborates how we can achieve the sustainability of the architectural heritage in order to evaluate the issue of architectural design for the future vision. The current urban development and contemporary architecture in Doha/Qatar has been explained through several case studies highlighting the needs for designing parameters for the future design taking into account traditional elements that should be incorporated and transmitted to the present time. This issue has been defined by hypothesis that : analyzing inherited architecture and making its components workable in contemporary architecture, it would be possible to produce a contemporary architecture corresponding to our aspiration. In addition, the using of the local data in respect of nature and culture to learn from the architecture experience is very important to reach a sustainable architecture. Also, this situation is evident in most Arab countries. Particularly the case study of Doha/Qatar, elaborates the rapid changing based on very fast economic development. This economic boom is encouraging increased foreign population of about 80% through migration to local inhabitance and economic activates have changed the way people live. Again the expectations of city authority to meets the standards of FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 has led to acceleration of architecture in Doha and this has made the city one of the most advanced cities in architecture globally. As most advanced architectural city with dynamic economy and its potential to influence Arab and world architectural design, Doha/Qatar provides the basis for further case studies. Moreover, it should be noted that the aspect of architectural heritage and its preservation has been neglected ; and it should be one of the major issues that need to be discussed as well as attempts to deal with it. This study is aiming to prove that architectural heritage is not contrary to contemporary, but it is a sign of communities maturity in this age. It warns against the hazard that endangers the future of architecture in those areas and emphasizes the use of inherited methods of architecture in contemporary and future one. Many studies had noticed that contemporary Arab architecture does not meet current needs, and this is used as a base for the hypothesis that inherited traditional architecture and its components can be integrated in contemporary architecture.

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