Archnet-IJAR, Volume 2, Issue 3
The final 2008 issue of ArchNet-IJAR focuses on hammams (traditional bath-houses) in the Mediterranean, taking on issues of sustainable development in an historic context. Guest-edited by Dr. Magda Sibley of Liverpool, this issue features twelve papers and an editorial on hammams, as well as four papers on other topics.
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Editorial: Volume 2, Issue 3 – November 2008
Ashraf M. Salama
Editorial: Traditional Public Baths/Hammāms in the Mediterranean
The Hammām - A Living Cultural Heritage
Bettina Kolb and Heidi Dumreicher
Hammām Folklore Dynamics in Cairo: Lessons from Operation to Regeneration
Dalila El Kerdany
Monuments or Functioning Buildings:
Legal Protection over Five Case-Study Historic Hammāms in the Mediterranean
Alaa El Habashi
The Architecture of the Hammāms of Fez, Morocco
Kamal Raftani and Hassan Radoine
The Reuse of a Hammām as a Public Services Centre--Hammām Suq El Ghezal; Towards a Sustainable Future
The Architecture of Public Baths of Tunisia: A Typological Analysis
The Surviving Historic Hammāms of the Medina of Tripoli - Libya:
Tangible and Intangible Dimensions
Magda Sibley and Fodil Fadli
Analysis of Spatial Structure and Social Significance of a Sample of Hammāms in Mediterranean Cities
The Physical and Climatic Dimensions of the Mediterranean Hammāms
An Inquiry into the Thermal, Acoustical, and Visual Aspects of Indoor Environment in Traditional Hammāms
Ardeshir Mahdavi and Kristina Orehounig
A Contemporary Hammām: Wellness Centre in Bodrum, Turkey
The Medina, the Hammām and the Future of Sustainability
Richard S. Levine, Michael T. Hughes, and Casey Ryan Mather
Creativity-Function Nexus; Creativity and Functional Attentiveness in Design Studio Teaching
Amira Elnokaly, Ahmed B. Elseragy, and Sarah Alsaadani
Intuition in Interior Design
Outdoor Space Quality: Case Study of a University Campus Plaza
Dicle Aydin and Ummugulsum Ter
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