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Description

This book explores the consequences of change in the urban form, the amalgam of the urban space and buildings and on the processes leading to planning and design. Urban form and its fabric result from a multitude of individual interests, ideas and decisions which in turn result in specific and locally diverse spatial arrangements. These processes which are shaping our built environment are embedded in and determined by different contexts of political, cultural and social-economic norms and values. Urban development and the transformation of urban structures are triggered by technological innovations, laws and taxes, new behaviors or the impact of environmental conditions as well as other factors. Based on case studies from Egypt and the Middle East, together with some cases from Germany and Turkey, this book covers a wide range of change processes focused on historic and inner city districts.



Auteur

EDITORS

Hebatalla Abouelfadl
 is a Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University, Egypt.

Dalila El-Kerdany is a Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt.

Christoph Wessling is a Dipl.Ing. Urban Planner and Dipl.Ing. for Architecture. Since 2011, he is the Head and scientific Coordinator of the Middle East Cooperation Unit (MEC), Institute of Urban Development and Design, University of Technology Cottbus, Germany.


Contenu

Proposed Index


1. Revitalizing City Districts Introduction

(by the Editors)


2. Urban Heritage Development


Hesham Seoudy

The Differentiation between the Value of Urban Heritage and the Socio-Economic Policies of Preservation


Dalila El-Kerdany and Inken Baller

Strategies for the preservation of the Heritage of the Suez Region and Port Said as World Heritage Towns


Stefanie Wladika

Reflection of Urban Development Processes in Port Said


Claudine Piaton and Pierre Marques Alfarroba

The Situation of Heritage Buildings in Port Said


Hebatalla Abouelfadl and Mohamed A. ElGamal

Applicability Potentials of Harbour Revitalization Strategies in Alexandria


Ahmed Mansour

Challenges for the Rehabilitation of Historic Cairo as a World Heritage Site


Soheir Hawas

Governmental Efforts in Saving Heritage in Egypt - Downtown Cairo Project Model

Merve Bedir
Voids of the City: Developing a Reuse Scenario for Galata Greek School, Istanbul

 

3. Transformation of Urban Structures


Ahmed Ouf

Transformation of the Public Realm in Historic Places in Egypt since the Revolution


Anette Gangler

The Transformation of Public Space in Cities of the MEAN Region


Heinz Nagler

Transformation of Public Space - caused by Political Changes


Nabil El-Hadi

Experimenting with Sustainable Densities in the Egyptian Academia; Challenges and Opportunities

 

Merve Bedir

Density Syndicate from Istanbul to Cape Town: Urban Transformation and Density

 

Ingy El Barmelgy

Obstacles of Densities and Related Urban Form for The Egyptian New Cities

 

Christoph Wessling

Challenges and Strategic Approaches for the Revitalization of Down Town and Historic Cairo

 

Hans Harms

Challenges for Sustainable Development of Informal Settlements and of Desert New Towns in Cairo


Further potential articles (enquired):


Sahar Attia

Challenges of Sustainable Urban Development and the Phenomenon of Densification

Joachim Sichter

Sustainable Urban Development Strategies for Berlin and the question of Urban Density

Frank Schwartze
Climate-effective Planning as Promoter for Sustainable and Integrated Urban Development


Nicolai Steinø

Using Parametrics to Facilitate Collaborative Urban Design

Ahmed Zayyat

Urban Growth of Suez Canal Cities

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Revitalizing City Districts
Sous-titre: Transformation Partnership for Urban Design and Architecture in Historic City Districts
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9783319462899
ISBN: 978-3-319-46289-9
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Editeur: Springer
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 189
Parution: 16.01.2017
Année: 2017
Taille de fichier: 10.9 MB

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