Mariam M Shibub

Mariam M Shibub
University of Tripoli | UOT · department of Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy

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Rest areas for highways are one of the important highway services to meet the needs, requirements, and activities of highway users and motorized vehicles. This paper discusses the problem of the weak and deteriorating infrastructure of service stations and highway rest areas linking Libyan cities. Consequently, this problem causes an increase in th...
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The cultural factor of the user has an impact upon buildings, and when maintaining, reusing and preserving historical buildings, especially when there is a change in users, the cultural impact of the user is particularly significant. The cultural factor of the new user has a great effect on the nature of architectural terms of the old building to b...
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Among the most important and largest ancient artifices having retained their form and structure in Libya stand the historical palaces, located in the country’s ancient cities and serving as a sign of past Libyan architectural identity. It is vital that these palaces, indicators of the functions of ancient Libyan society, be preserved, developed and...
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Libya is considered a virgin land for sustained development, and with its small population, the country’s productivity and consumption are still insignificant. Libya’s architectural heritage, which remains untainted by the pollution problems which plague more industrial countries. The most important problems facing the country are desertification a...
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As a result of the rapid development brought by modern techniques and their application to architecture and urban planning, the developing Libyan cities and towns have posed many threats to the character of housing in cities. The old characteristics of housing have since been subjected to elimination due to the introduction of modern technology. Th...
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Specifications exist for architects and other designers to respond to required sustainable architecture. Radford, Williamson and Bennetts (2003:12) note the presence of “checklists of recommended design actions in many books and web sites,” adding that, “some green architects, like William McDonough, have set down principles upon which they believe...
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The cultural factor of the user has an impact upon buildings, and when maintaining, reusing and preserving historical buildings, especially when there is a change in users, the cultural impact of the user is particularly significant. The cultural factor of the new user has a great effect on the nature of architectural terms of the old building to b...
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It is significant to concentrate on outdoor education in urban areas because it restricts the opportunities for outdoor activities that are practised in these places. Furthermore, some aspects of urban areas such as their environmental, social, cultural and economic factors can influence opportunities for play because if these areas are built up, c...