2004 Volumes 160-177: Post Traditional Environments in a Post Global World

Volume 160


$15 each copy
Urban Conservation and Post Traditional Environments:

From Depopulation to Regeneration

Reza Abouei

Re-Ordering & After: Editing Ecosystems & History in the Restoration of Heritage Landscapes Under Globalization
Gordon Brent Ingram and Michael Habib

Practicing the Built Tradition in Tai O, Hong Kong

Gary W.K. Yeung

Volume 161
$20 each copy
What Has Changed Can Change Again:
The Living-Integrating Traditional Houses of Turkey
Deniz Orhun and Emrah Orhun

The Evolution of the Traditional House Architectural Form in the
Post Traditional Era, Indonesia
Laksmi Gondokusumo Siregar

Loss of Locus in the Indian Home

Shikha Jain

The Morphological Characteristics of a Traditional House-Form at a Post-Traditional Moment: The Taneyan Lanjhang in Eastern Java

Endang Titi Sunarti Darjosanjoto

Volume 162

Identity, Hybridity, and History

$20 each copy
A Quest for Hybrid Identity: Kadirga-Kumkapi in Istanbul

Ipek Akpinar and Semra Aydinl

Pars in Dubai and Dubai in Pars: A Problem of Identity

Gh. Memarian and Frank E. Brown

Hybridity in Taiwanese Architecture Built During the Japanese Period

Ming-Chih Tsai and Chao-Ching Fu

The Globalization of Architecture in Beirut

Sawsan Saridar and Hisham Elkadi

Volume 163

Emerging Identities in a Post Global World

$20 each copy
Spatial Patterns of Ethnic Identity in a Post Global World

Nadia Charalambous

The “State Philosophical” in the “Land Without Philosophy”:
Shopping Malls, Interior Cities, and the Image of Utopia in Dubai

Ahmed Kanna

From Dubai to Cairo: Shifting Centers of Influence?

Yasser Elsheshtawy

Mumbai (Bombay): Paradoxical Undercurrents of an Identity?

Debabardhan Upadhyaya

Volume 164


$20 each copy
Space Syntax as a Tool for Preserving Cultural Tradition in Housing Legislation:
The Case of Tripoli, Libya

Ali Eldweeb Emhemed, Faozi Ujam and Brian Edwards

Why the Architect’s House Has One Sitting Room and the
Client’s House Has Two Kitchens

Christos A. Hadjichristos

Style as Context: Post-traditional Open Space Design in Hong Kong

Mary Padua

Pattern and Artwork Design: Generative Theories in Yoruba African Forms

Abimbola Asojo

Volume 165

Migration and its Physical Manifestations

$20 each copy

Innovation and Tradition: Current Domestic Architecture in the
Sierra Purépecha of Michoacán, México

Catherine Ettinger

The Remittance House: Transnational Architecture in Twenty-First Century Mexico

Sarah L. Lopez

A Tale of Two Houses: Diaspora, Return and Migrant Architectures

Mirjana Lozanovska

Bendum: In the Heart of Mindanao

Anthony Collins

Volume 166

Representing Identity in the Built Environment

$20 each copy
A Code of Logic in Glocal Environments

Gh. Reza Islami

Reconstruction of Traditional Architecture in Santorini Island

Julia Theodoraki

Authentic Heroes of the Wild West

Ekaterina Vlahos

Shifting Boundaries: The Relationship Between Representation, Mobility and Identity

Ravi K. Subramania

Volume 167

Citizenship and the Transformations of Public

$20 each copy
Imported Models, Hybrid Spaces:
The Case of Representative Projects in Santa Monica and Oberhausen

Ileana Apostol

Questioning the “Publicness” of the Post-industrial Cities’ Public Spaces

Z. Muge Akkar

The Spatial Transitions in Expo Cities: The Expo Event in the Post Global World

Semra Aydinli and Seda H. Bostanci

Six Sites of Resisitance in Disneyland and Singapore: Utopia or Euphoria?

Eunice M. F. Seng

Volume 168

Local Identity and Traditional Built Forms in Post Global Era

$20 each copy
Introducing “Adequate Architecture” in Contemporary Africa

Fernando Varanda

Dirt by Design

Laurence Keith Loftin III and Jacqueline Victor

Beyond Regionalism: The Work of Geoffrey Bawa in Sri Lanka

William B Bechhoefer

Re-conceiving Afghan Cellular Architecture for the Reconstruction of Rural Schools

Donald J Watts and Cenk Yoldas

Volume 169

Social, Economic and Urban Infrastructure in a Post Global Era

$20 each copy
Reconfiguring Urban Form and Physical Infrastructure in an Age of Globalization:
An Intercontinental Comparison

Maria Soledad Garcia Ferrari

Growth Centre and Archipelagic Settlements: Question on the Continent Bias in the Development Strategy of Indonesia

Triatno Yudo Harjoko

Where Heritage Goes?

Eman Assi

The Traditional Condition of Spatial Environments in Egypt and
the Sustainability of the Contemporary Built Environment

Moshira El-Rafey

Volume 170

Heritage Discourses in a Post-Global Era

$20 each copy
Urban heritage and the Unilateral Global Culture: Convergence or Conflict

Ahmed M. Salah Ouf

Globalization, Museumification, and Urban Dreams

Khaled Adham

Towards and Architectural Vision for the Globalization Dilemma and
the Challenges to Local Reality

Ali Abd Raouf and Hesham Khairy Abdelfattah

Rethinking Cultural Heritage: Lessons from Sana’a, Yemen

Michele Lamprakos

Volume 171

The Culture of Heritage in a Post-Global World

$20 each copy
Building for the Business of Bermuda

Sylvia Shorto

Istanbul’s Shopping Identity (Re)Shaped: The Metrocity in Buyukdere Avenue

Ipek Akpinar and Nurbin Paker Kahvecioglu

Converging Qualities of Recreational Environments

Anne A. Gharaibeh

The Possibilities or Impossibilities of the Indigenous Vernacular Heritage

Debbie Whelan

Volume 172

Constructed Authenticity

$20 each copy
Form and Meaning: In Search of Authenticity in the Coastal Tourist Resorts of Egypt

Hisham S. Gabr

Prisoners of the Californian Dream: Panic Suburbs in Hong Kong

Laura Ruggeri

Imaginary Environments: Recent Trends in Dubai Residential Projects

Azza Eleishe

Tradition and Criticality: Architectural Concepts and Form in the Arabic World

Hazim Rashed Al Nijaidi

Volume 173

Authenticity in Architecture and Urbanism

$20 each copy
Antipodean Authenticity: The Meeting House, Bay Villa and Bach

Mike Austin

The City and its Minarets

Sebnem Yucel Young

The Historic Districts of Dubai in the UAE: What Future in a Post Global World?

Djamel Boussaa

What Can We Learn From British Colonial Public Buildings?
Melaka, Malaysia Case Studies

Roslan Bin Haji Talib

Volume 174

Global Networks

$15 each copy
Bio-Medical Technology Spatialized: Reterritorializing Life, Money, and Power

Robert Mugerauer

Traditional Environments Revisited:
Paradoxes and Challenges in a Post Global – Digital Era

Youhansen Eid and Mustafa Z. El-Attal

The Ghost Dance of Architecture: Redefining Authenticity in Digital Architecture?

Hesham Khairy Abdelfattah and Ali A. Raouf

Volume 175

Contesting the Limits of Authenticity

$20 each copy
The Public Medina: Reflections of Authenticity and Change in Cognitive Maps

Tridib Banerjee and Hussam H. Salama

A Case for Relevance:
Potential Roles for Traditional Typologies in Post-Traditional Environments

Kevin Mitchell

The Tradition Veiled in a Post Global Environment

John Onyango

Traditional Islamic Patterns in Post-Global Garb: Symbol of Culture or Fashion?

Diane Wildsmith

Volume 176

CONSTRUCTING HISTORY/Questioning Authenticity

$20 each copy
Orchard Road as Conduit: Between Nostalgia and Authenticity

Limin Hee

Whose Tradition is it? A Cross-Cultural Examination on Amdo Tibetan Architectural Traditions in Northwest China

Maggie Mei-Kei Hui

A History as a Collective Memory in Preserving the Living Environment: Phenomenological Urban Studies and the Redevelopment of Shibuya, Tokyo

Izumi Kuroishi

Loaded Symbolism: The Boundaries and Repercussions of Post Traditional Space

Varun Kapur

Volume 177

Indigenous Places and Struggles for Resistance

$15 each copy
Urban Ethnogenesis Begins at Home:
The Making of Self and Place Amidst the Environmental Economy in Amazonia

Daniela M. Peluso

Vieques, Puerto Rico: From Devastation to Conservation and Back Again

Javier Arbona

Tangible Military Sites vs. Intangible Memory

Hui-Wen Lin