Nagham Al-QaysiUniversity of Technology, Iraq · Department of Architectural Engineering
PhD Architecture and Design (UK)
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This is a Book review that has been made for the Nordic Journal of Architectural Research. The Book: THE NEW URBAN CONDITION: CRITICISM AND THEORY FROM ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM ROUTLEDGE, 2021 By: LEANDRO MEDRANO, LUIZ RECAMAN AND TOM AVERMAETE
Architectural design competitions have been used as a means of commissioning important and public projects for centuries. Judgement process forms the core process of architectural design competitions. Highlighting the importance of this process, this paper takes a 'narrative review' approach to help articulate the gaps and recommend new research ar...
Architectural design competitions are used as a means of judgement and a way of commissioning important architectural projects. Judgement process in architectural competitions appear to be problematic for several reasons. A literature review on the judgment process highlighted several issues related to the quality of judgment in architectural compe...
The judgment process in architectural competitions has long been considered as one of the most complex and controversial practices. This, on one hand, is because of architecture itself and the multi-faceted nature of the architectural design, and on the other, for the complexion of the judgment process and the diversity of stakeholders involved in...
Abstract Evaluation as a general concept in the academic field are considered to be one of the most important aspects in the architectural design domain from the beginning of the process of designing a project until the final presentation in the academic field.So this research mainly concentrates on the evaluation concept and specially on the Aesth...
Much research has been done recently attempting to reduce the cooling energy loads in hot countries. The countries of the Middle East and the Arabian Gulf in particular are in dire need of new solutions to contain their rising energy needs. The weather in July and August reaches peaks of more than 45°C. Some 70-80% of electricity consumption in mos...