عمارتنا المحلّية وفق منظور اسلامي: نحو تفعيل صورة العمارة المستجدة بملامح العمارة الموروثة
Local architecture from an Islamic perspective: towards the activation of the image of a new architecture with characteristics of the inherited architecture
Keywords:Architecture, Islamic Perspective, Emerging Architecture, Legacy Architecture, Tourism Development, Sustainability
In addressing the problem of the management of traditional residential areas in general and Oasis residences in particular, it became clear that the success of the assessment of the current reality of these dwellings depends on the identification of defects and their resolution. The rehabilitation plan does not only aim at providing solutions, but rather offers potentialities to stabilize what could be after the implementation of these solutions. What the ancestors left behind is considered a cultural, aesthetic, philosophical, and creative heritage. The scientific and technical effort cannot rightly cancel out the experiences and experiments left behind by the ancestors, because the environment that arrived and was formed through the experiences accumulated by many generations was not formed in vain, but there were laws and customs that govern the urban system in all its details. A vision of this heritage goes beyond nostalgia for the past, to reflect on it with realistic visions. At this stage, the research will aim to determine the functional and social requirements and needs of contemporary residential construction by extrapolating the performance of traditional Oasis housing construction models. In order to achieve sustainability in tourism.
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