Mona Abdelwahab

Mona Abdelwahab
Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport | AAST · Department of Architectural Engineering

PhD

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the “event” of the construction of Naguib Mahfouz Square. Drawing on the memory of Gamaet-Aldowel-AlArabyia Street, it attempts to uncover the socio-cultural structures inherited in the Egyptian urban street. Design/methodology/approach – This study adopts Foucauldian discourse on institutions of “k...
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Providing a critique of the concepts attached to the representation of urban space, this ground-breaking book formulates a new theory of space, which understands the dynamic interrelations between physical and social spaces while tracing the wider urban context. It offers a new tool to approach the reading of these interrelations through reflexive...
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The chapter discusses the strategic planning process and its application in the Egyptian context. It tries to identify the different aspects , forces, power relations, actors who are responsible for the SP implementation in Egypt. In this chapter, we aim to re-explore the development of the 'Egyptianized' version of strategic planning. We adopt t...
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The creation of enjoyable micro urban spaces requires the combination of new concepts with previous perceptions from experienced spaces. Data analysis and outputs of urban environmental performance simulation softwares are used as a method to present the interaction between predicted physical spatial variations and their impact on micro climate. Va...
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Abstract As a global controversial issue, informal settlements are propagated all over the world. A dialect is present between the classifications of informal settlements. This is manifested in different representation of informal settlements in diverse domains. It is mainly represented to be a problem more than a potential. Using Foucault Discour...
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Recent contributions to strategic spatial planning theory claim to develop a relational perspective on planning and space. In this paper, we explore this perspective further from its origins to the ways in which it conceptualizes various aspects of space. We focus on strategic-relational institutionalist (SRI) theory and introduce the Cultural Park...

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