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Architectural Research Addressing Societal Challenges Proceedings of the EAAE ARCC 10th International Conference (EAAE ARCC 2016), 15-18 June 2016, Lisbon, Portugal

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Pubblicazione: 02/2017
Edizione: 1° edizione





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The escalating interdependecy of nations drives global geopolitics to shift ever more quickly. Societies seem unable to control any change that affects their cities, whether positively or negatively. Challenges are global, but solutions need to be implemented locally. How can architectural research contribute to the future of our changing society? How has it contributed in the past? The theme of the 10th EAAE/ARCC International Conference, “Architectural Research Addressing Societal Challenges”, was set to address these questions. This book, Architectural Research Addressing Societal Challenges, includes reviewed papers presented in June 2016, at the 10th EAAE/ARCC International Conference, which was held at the facilities of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon. The papers have been further divided into the following five sub-themes: a Changing Society; In Transit – Global Migration; Renaturalization of the City; Emerging Fields of Architectural Practice; and Research on Architectural Education. The EAAE/ARCC International Conference, held under the aegis of the EAAE and of the ARCC, is a conference organized every other year, in collaboration with one of the member schools/ universities of those associations, alternatively in North America or in Europe.




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VOLUME 1 Changing society – In transit-global migration – Renaturalization of the city Changing society Urban transformation Change agents in urban transformation: The case of Helsinki M. Louekari Urban regeneration of former industrial cities. A cure or a curse? The case of Ancoats conservation area in Manchester, England T. Chatzi Rodopoulou & J. Hunt Transporting transformations: A case study of built environment changed by transportation in rural China X. Lin, B. Jia & M. Zhou Emerging patterns of change for tomorrow’s cities D.P. Henriques Transformation of Chinese traditional mountain village in contemporary era: The study case of Tangdu Village in Guizhou Province Q. Du Smart solutions in urban development: The medium-sized cities of Bydgoszcz and Rzeszow, Poland O. Gazi´nska Africa: The urban challenge F. Ronco &A. Perino Adaptable structures for emerging socio-cultural changes in Africa D. Donath, B. Rudolf &A. Haile Temporary commercial spaces: Celebrating the ‘right to the city’ A. Allegri South Africa’s new challenges: Planning inclusive connection spaces M. Bodino Smartphone application for long-term urban lifestyle and mobility monitoring L. Sobková & H.H. Achten Neighborhood design and children’s active travel to/from school J.S. Lee, R. Moore & O. Demir The experimental project of spread “social housing” of Real Estate Fund Ca’ Granda. Construction of a synthetic index for the implementation of the mobility plan M. Borghi, G. Ferri &A.S. Pavesi Public space and the contemporary city Austerity, subverted C. Chatzichristou & G. Makridis The Guggenheim effect and failed public investment in architecture M. Baptista-Bastos &A. Lau The “Iron Curtain” as urban observatory of the contemporary social contradictions C. Toscani The social [il]logic of [sub]urban exodus: The rise and fall of Nasr City and the evolution of the Egyptian middle class A. elBahrawy Social and political agency of architecture: Performativity and the contemporary global city J. Vela Castillo & M.O. del Santo Mora Twin cities as urban laboratory of the contemporary social contradictions C. Toscani Lines, pipelines, and the contested space of transcontinental fossil fuel transport E.E. Moore & I.M. Volynets Unknown knowns of architecture: Reconstitution of vitality in Boston City Hall Plaza E. Sheikholharam Indian (public) spaces. Transitions and cycles G. Setti The squares in Portugal inventory and the creation of contemporary spaces C.D. Coelho, S.B. Proença & S.P. Fernandes Evaluating sense of community in the public spaces of residential neighborhoods in Tehran, Iran H.H. Molana The new roof spaces. The legacy of Le Corbusier in the contemporary city A. Como & L. Smeragliuolo Perrotta Sustainable habitat NmeeTon: Self-sustainable habitat for new social challenges E. Aparo, L. Soares & M. Ribeiro Real estate, residency, design and sustainability: Reconsidering innovation and efficacy in development S. Rajan & B.R. Sinclair Shell performativity as a tool for urban action S. Vyzoviti Machinic approaches_new methodologies for responsive environments B. Uçar T.E.S.S. – An interactive sustainability lab D.A. Kratzer Rethinking heritage Life-cycle assessment of historical building reuse: Is the existing building the greenest building? M. Hu Culture, context+environmental design: Reconsidering vernacular in modern Islamic urbanism S. bin Zayyad & B.R. Sinclair Beyond the passage: Analytical probe into the emancipatory potential of space D. C´orovic´ & M. Milinkovic´ Sustainability and design in heritage rehabilitation A.P. Pinheiro From monument to embodiment: A social case for a more expansive representational strategy for architectural heritage S. Erdo?gan Ford Participation, social changes and inclusive design Towards an adaptive urbanism beyond hard control: The theories of Johnson and Lefebvre N. Abbasabadi & M. Ashayeri Jahan Khanemloo IEP sites: Combining planning tools to address planning uncertainty M. Bylemans, N. Vallet & M. Van Acker Social challenges meet architecture – from participation to digital fabrication S. Neves &A. Paio Lifelong learning in the context of socialization and sustainable development H. Melkonyan, O. Turchanina &A. Castelbranco Measuring urban ageing. Città Giardino Torino: A resilient archipelago for the elderly D. Vero & B. Giardino Social sustainability in urban context: Concepts, definitions, and principles A. Mehan & F. Soflaei Mind the GAPs: Are urban planners defined by generational mindsets? M. Del C. Vera Red light at night to enhance cognitive functioning for society’s special needs groups E.V. Ellis, D.L. McEachron, E.W. Gonzalez & D.A. Kratzer Classroom design for children on the autistic spectrum A. Mokhov & E.H. Steinfeld The impact of patient room design on airborne hospital-acquired infections A. Copeland &A. Sharag-Eldin Housing Quality of life by design: Study of space usage for affordable housing in Harbin, China M.Wang, H. Mei & X. Zhu Permanence to allow change. The archetypal room: The persistence of the 4×4 room G. Ledent Versions of collectivity in housing architecture: From the modern to the post-human C. Pantelidou A more versatile and adaptable dwelling, for a changing society H. Farias Dutch experiment in co-creation in a collectively commissioned housing project T.T. Veeger & S.J.E. Maussen The sun for all: Social equity and the debate on best solar orientation of high modernist housing U. Poerschke Neighbourhoods with single-family houses growing old H. Müller Dwelling and family diversity: Analysis of housing units and households in Lisbon A.S. Moreira & H. Farias Equality of energy efficiency for low-income housing in the Mississippi Delta E.M. McGlohn & E. Roush-Elliott Housing of prime social need – Polish traditions of socially engaged architecture N. Przesmycka In transit-global migration Vietnamese workforce housing research and design D. Rockwood &T. Duc Quang Knowledge management in post-disaster resettlement housing B. Ballinger & K.D. Silva Jewish neighbourhoods in prewar Poland – an attempt at typology M. Hanzl Refugee shelter: Cheap, fast, lightweight and sustainable O. Chamel “Hospitality now!” from meeting migrant needs to rethinking contemporary urban dwelling. A critical review of two studio experiments J. Kent Fitzsimons Integration of Turkish migrants in Germany: A case study in polarities ?I. Öz &A. Staub Architecture “with the other 90%” – An African story M.L. Khoury Regeneration of barrack complexes as means to sustainable development M.M. Rudnicka-Bogusz Lisbon and Brasilia: Cities and cultural facilities in the face of globalization S. Guimarães, R. de Castro Almeida & P. Pereira Renaturalization of the city Concepts Toward a sustainable city-territory in a diffused context: The potential of internal limits G. Vanneste Imbricate ecologies: Rethinking the city-nature relational challenge W. Mansour Urban biophilic environments-a novel lexicon for trans-disciplinary practice D.S. Nicholas, R. Truoncgao,W. Char & S. Anandan Out in the open S. Morgado From structures to landscapes – towards re-conceptualization of the urban condition L. Nyka Sustainable environment Transdisciplinary design framework and a NZE future for the city C.C. Bodurow Regenerative design for achieving net-zero energy commercial buildings in different climate types A. Aksamija &Y.Wang Tall buildings, high expectations, towering responsibilities: Critically considering skyscrapers, urbanism and sustainability F. Alotaibi & B.R. Sinclair Sustainable design and performance of architecture and landscape architecture in urban areas C. Albrecht & U. Poerschke An autopsy of an environmental tragedy: 1995 Chicago heat wave A. Sharag-Eldin, K. Atchison, C.B. Heller, S. Gharehgozlou, H. Haji Molana &W. Lucak Waterfront, urban and landscape design The people’s park: A stud




Autore

Manuel Couceiro Da Costa received his PhD in Architecture / Visual Communication in 1993 at theFaculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon – FAUL. He is associate professor at FAUL, and has worked at an architectural practice since he was a student in 1971. After collaborations with several renowned portuguese ateliers he created his own, Arquétipo Atelier, in 1981. Manuel started his academic and research careers, in 1978, in both ESBAL/FAUL and Lusíada University / Lisbon (1986-2001). He was Dean of FAUL from 2010 to 2012. He has presented lectures in several conferences and universities.Currently Manuel is an European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE) Council Member, President of the General Assembly of the Portuguese Association of Drawing and Geometry Professors (APROGED), a representative of FAUL at the Building Portuguese Technological Platform (PTPC), and researcher at the Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design (CIAUD) / FAUL and chairman of the EAAE/ARCC International Conference – Lisbon 2016. Filipa Roseta is architect, author and co-editor in the fields of Architecture and Urban design, focusing on modernity, sustainability, and the changing nature of the Academy. She is Auxiliary Professor of Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon and researcher at CIAUD (Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design). Previous academic experience includes: PhD at the Royal College of Art (2009) with the thesis "The Modern Avenue", supported by Gulbenkian Foundation research grant, and MPhil in Contemporary Architectural Culture at FAUTL (2001). Joana Pestana Lages is an urban researcher at CIAUD - University of Lisbon. Since 2002 she works as an architect, freelance or for other offices, namely dRMM Architects in London, or Renzo Piano Workshop in Genoa. She is a doctoral candidate in Urbanism. Her research focuses the challenges of urban interventions on self-produced places in the search for spatial justice. She is a member of GESTUAL, an action-research group focused on the Right to The City. Susana Couceiro Da Costa is master architect (2007, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon – FAUL). Since then she works mainly as an architect for Portuguese, architectural offices, covering the fields of architecture, urbanism and building. Her research approach focuses in the use of cork applied to architecture.







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ISBN:

9781138029668

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.75 x 6.75 in Ø 5.85 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 1268
Pagine Romane: xxviii






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