Introductory Remarks, Mark Gillem, University of Oregon, U.S.A.
IASTE and the Conferences, Nezar AlSayyad, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
The Conference Theme, Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
NTU’s Welcome Address
Professor Cillian Ryan, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)
NTU- Host School’s Welcome Address
Dr. Andrew Knight, Executive Dean, School of Architecture, Design & Built Environment
Virtual Conference in the Making, Hesham Issa , IASTE, USA
Chairs : Nezar Alsayyad, Montira Horayangura Unakul
Immersing in the Past, Mediating the Present: Ontological Framing of Digital Space in Traditional Environments.
Puay Peng Ho, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Chairs: Mark Gillem, Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem
Towards a new Vernacular in the age of Climate Emergency
Julia Barfield, Marks Barfield Architects , UK
Chairs: Mark Gillem, Hesham Issa
Seeing Tradition Afresh: The Ancient World in Virtual Reality
Michael Scott, University of Warwick, U.K.
Nezar Alsayyad, Mark Gillem, Hesham Issa
Mark Gillem, Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem, Nezar Alsayyad, Montira Horayangura Unakul
Chair: Ming Sun, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Reconstruction and Recording: Earthquakes and the Adaptation of Heritage Settlements in Chile
Bernadette L. Devilat, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Collecting the Past: Visualizing the Roman Bath in Ankara
Gizem H. Güner, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Building Information Modeling as a Virtual Tool in the Sustainable Retrofitting of Heritage Buildings in Egypt
Nermine Aly Hany Hassan, Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport, Egypt
B1- TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS AND SETTLEMENTS
Chair: Ahmed El Kholei, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain
-Chinese Ancestral Hall: Socio-Spatial Traditions, Ritual Architecture Form, and Decaying Clan Communities
Xiang Ren, University of Sheffield, U.K.
-Continuity, Change, and Adaptation: The Transformation of Ahmedabad Fort Wall, India
Sweta Kandari, School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, India
-The Ecosystem of Transmission in Traditional Kachchh Weaving: Negotiating Artisanal Knowledge in the Framework of UNESCO‘s Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention
Nisha Subramaniam, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, India
-Spatial Networks and Intangible Heritage: An Alternative Approach to Understanding Heritage in Contemporary Societies
Anjali Mittal, Nimit Gandhi, Nishant Gautam, and Tarun Kumar, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India
Chair: Shundana Yusaf, University of Utah, U.S.A.
Revamping German Educational Facilities into Communal Centers and the Role of the Architect
Jan Braker and Bedour Braker, Jan Braker Architekt, Germany
The Dynamics of New Mosque Designs in Indonesia: Expressions of Piety as a Lifestyle,
Arief Setiawan, Kennesaw State University, U.S.A.
The Techno-Cultural Turn of the Tradition of Architectonics
Serdar Eri?en, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Rethinking the Pedestrian Experience in Beirut
Dina Mneimneh, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Integrating Traditions in the Design Process and Practice: Opportunities and Challenges in Historic Cairo
Maye Yehia, Amira El Hakeh, and Mohammad El Mesallamy, Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport, Egypt
Chair: Gehan Selim, University of Leeds, U.K.
Virtual Velocities: Traversing Trajectories of Ecological Epistemologies
Diane Wildsmith, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Village Covenant in China: From a Living Tradition to a Virtual Tradition, Not the Opposite
Yigong Zhang and Xiao Liu, Tsinghua Wenbo Institute for Heritage Conservation and Research, China
Virtual Memories and Traditional Practice: Congxi Ancestral Hall and House of Tan Yeok Nee from 1870 to 1911
Xiaoqing Liu, University of Hong Kong, China
Chair: Tanu Sankalia, University of San Francisco, U.S.A.
Nostalgia against Evolving Forms of Tradition and Heritage: The Case of Nubian Culture, Nagwa Sherif, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Reinventing Modern Heritage: Changing Landscapes of Former Industrial Areas in Hong Kong
Wenxin Zeng, University of Hong Kong, China
Breaking and Making Traditions: Disjuncture in Spatial Planning Futurities for Delhi
Manas Murthy, University of Oregon, U.S.A
Modern Flows: Introducing Tech-Scapes of New Vernacular Architecture Practices in Egypt
Mohamed Attia Tantawy, Hand Over, Egypt
Chair: Flávia Brito do Nascimento, University of São Paulo, Brazil
From “Complete Man” to “Model Citizens”: The Planning of Christian Model Villages in Early Twentieth-Century China
Calvin Liang, Chuhai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong, China
New “Traditions” in Housing Design in the Bay Area‘s Silicon Valley
Hatice Sadikogu Asan, Stanford University, U.S.A.
Globalizing Tradition: The Virtual Reconstruction of Identity in West Sumatra’s Grand Mosque
Feni Kurniati, University of Oregon, U.S.A
Advertising Cairo’s Walled Enclaves
Manar Hussein, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Chair: Chris Reynolds, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Architecture, Heritage, and the Metaverse: New Approaches and Methods for the Digital Built Environment
Andrea Moneta, Nottingham Trent University and Society of British Theatre Designers, U.K.
Digitizing Heritage as an Integrated Sustainable Tool for Informative Interpretation: The Case of Umm-Qais, Jordan
Gehan Selim,1 Monther Jamhawi,2 Shouib Ma‘bdeh,2 and Andrew Holland1, 1University of Leeds, U.K., 2Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
Visualizing the Unseen Rice Street in Colonial Taiwan: An Application of Geographic Information Systems and Interpretations of Everydayness
Ping-Sheng Wu and An-Yu Cheng, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Cultural Relics, Place Meanings, and the Archaeological Imagination
Cecilia Chu, University of Hong Kong, China
The importance of digital technology on the growth of multiuse house typology
Sura Saud Al-Sabah, Architect, Kuwait
Chair: Manu Sobti, University of Queensland, Australia
Urban Stratification: An Inclusive Urban Cultural Landscape of Hsinchu City
Shu-Yi Wang, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan
Mapping Socio-Spatial Traditions of Contemporary Sacred Landscapes
Ana Souto Galvan and Alexandra Chairetaki, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Repackaging the Local: Japanese Uniqueness and International Consumption in the 1980s Japanese Bubble Economy
Hui-Ying Kerr, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Favelas and Heritage: Heritage-Making and Narratives
Flávia Brito do Nascimento, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Chair: Joseph Godlewski, Syracuse University, U.S.A.
Informal Placemaking at the Urban-Rural Frontier: Socio-Spatial Strategies in Nanjing, China
Huaqing Huang, Nanjing University, China
Virtual Investigation: Place Identity and Perceptions of Refugee Resettlement in Utica, NY
Pamanee Chaiwat, University of Oregon, U.S.A.
Community Displacement: How Socio-Spatial Traditions in Filipino and Marshallese Culture Are Transposed on New Landscapes,
Lyndsey Deaton1 and James Miller2, 1University of Oregon, U.S.A., 2Western Washington University, U.S.A.
Between Integration and Segregation of New Traditions: The Case of Syrian Refugee Settlements in Egypt
Maye Yehia1 and Iman Hegazy2, 1Arab Academy, Egypt, 2Bauhaus University, Germany
Chair: Ipek Tureli, McGill University, Canada
Site, Archive, Medium, and the Case of Lifta
Mark Jarzombek,1 Eliyahu Keller,1 and Eytan Mann2
1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A., 2Technion-IIT, Israel
Reinventing Bamboo Architecture through Computational Design Thinking: From Tradition to Digital Practice
Esti Nurdiah, Tsung-Hsein Wang, and Wen-Shao Chang, University of Sheffield, U.K.
Developing a Digital Humanities Approach to Future Archiving: A Case Study of the Postmodern Architectural Legacy of Tel Aviv
Yael Allweil,1 Kartikeya Date,1 and Tzafrir Fainholtz2, 1IIAS, Israel, 2Technion-IIT, Israel
Chair: Natalie Braber, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
The Changing Culture and Traditions of Post-ISIS Mosul
Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem and Omar al-Hafith, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
The Use of New Technology by the Department of Antiquities of Jordan to Protect Cultural Heritage
Samia Emile Khoury, Department of Antiquities, Jordan
Tradition Embodied: Forever Distant Jiaxiang for Chinese Rural Emigrants
Wei Zhao, Louisiana Tech University, U.S.A.
Jaymes Cloninger, Motivf Corporation, U.S.A.
Chair: Ana Souto Galvan
Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
The Imagined and the Experienced: Contrasting Realities in the Riverside Museum of Glasgow
Ashraf M. Salama and Laura MacLean, University of Strathclyde, U.K.
When Boston Isn’t Boston: Useful Lies of Reconstructive Game Models
Aurélien Catros1 and Maxime Leblanc2, 1Université de Montreal, Canada, 2McGill University, Canada
Garbage as Generators: Alternative Ecosystems of the Global South
Angeliki Tsoukala and Aparajita Santra, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.
Idealism versus Pragmatism: housing, tradition and colonial war in former Portuguese Africa. Repercussions in contemporary times
Ana Vaz Milhiro , University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Chair: Amir Gohar, University of Huddersfield, U.K.
Are Cities in the Arab Region Ready for the 4IR? Impacts on Image, Identity, and Cultural Heritage
Ahmed El Kholei1 and Ghada Yassein2, 1Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain, 2Menofia University, Egypt
(Re)placing Home: Examining the Shift in Mosul’s Urban Spaces and Demographics after Abandoning the Historic Core in the Postwar Setting
Yousif al-Daffaie, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Diaspora, Praxis to Modern-Day Globalized Contexts
Pakinam Zeid, Alexandria University, Egypt
Cyberabad’s Dispossessed Communities: How the Built Environment Structures Children’s Social Lives
Lyndsey Deaton, University of Oregon, U.S.A.
Political Mirroring and the Imaginary of Postwar Americanized Japanese Houses
Izumi Kuroishi, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Chair: Mohammad alJassar, Kuwait University, Kuwait
The Show and the Show-House: Lifestyle Traditions in the Digital Age
Debbie Whelan, University of Lincoln, U.K.
Practicing Vernacular Typologies and Gentrification Aesthetics: What the National Beautiful China Project Has Meant for a Fishing Settlement in Xiamen
Yongming Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Production of Space in Traditional Towns and Villages in a Mode with “Chinese Characteristics”: A Study of Urban Form in Huizhou, 1998-2018
Xiao Cheng, University of Nottingham, U.K.
The Virtue of the Virtual in the Age of Vanishing Reality: Gulf Architectural and Urban Heritage
Ali Alraouf, HBK University and Urban Planning Authority, Qatar
Chair: Mais Jafari, Dortmund University, Germany
Urban Villages as Invisible Beacons of Economic and Social Success: The Role of Migrant Communities in Shenzhen, China
Pengyu Chen,1 Tim Heath,1 and Jiayi Jin2, 1University of Nottingham, U.K., 2Northumbria University, U.K.
Remittance House in China: The Journeys of Migrant Laborers to Manufacture Hope
Yi-Ling Lin, University of Hong Kong, China
Transition in the Built Tradition of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
Asmita Dahal, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.
Retracing Footsteps: Itinerant Hawkers in Singapore, 1903–1986
Chee-Kien Lai, Studio Metis, Singapore
Chair: Andrew Knight, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Trafalgar Squared: “Marine A,” Memorialized
Stuart Burch, Nottingham Trent University, U.K., and Communication University of China, China
Vanishing Memory and Identity: Tomb Caretakers and Their Descendants at the Imperial Tombs of the Qing Dynasty in China, Seventeenth Century to the Present Day
Meng Li and Gehan Selim, University of Leeds, U.K.
Engaging Audiences with Difficult Pasts: Voices of ‘68 @ Ulster Museum
Chris Reynolds, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Festivals as Catalysts for Spatial Transformation
Maram A Arafa , Cairo University, Giza, Egypt
Chair: Ashraf Salama
University of Strathclyde, U.K.
Managing a Utopia: Dwelling in the Late Portuguese Empire (1945-74) — the Case of Guinea-Bissau
Rui Artistides Lebre, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Hybrid Place: The Tianguis and Santuario de Guadalupe of Cuetzalan, Mexico
Tanu Sankalia, University of San Francisco, U.S.A.
Provincial Women as Provocateurs of Virtual Histories: Insights from South Asia
Shundana Yusaf, University of Utah, U.S.A.
Rural Renewal in Hong Kong’s New Territories: Cases of Cultivated Heritages, Hybrid Identities, and Negotiated Ecologies
Thomas Chung, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
A Critical Analysis of the Urban Transformation of Najaf’s Historic Urban Center and Its Impact on Local Traditions in the Twenty-First Century
Sabeeh Lafta Farhan1 and Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem2, 1Wasit University, Iraq, 2Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Chair: Mike Robinson, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Revisiting Kant’s Moral Theory on Human-Object Relationships in the Context of Virtual Heritage Environments
Andrew Knight and Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Virtual Warfare: Militarized Memory in the “Cultural-Centric” Iraq War
Ayda Melika, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
Regeneration of the Urban Village from the Cultural-Production Perspective: The Case of Nantou Old Town in Shenzhen
Yifei Li and Ruitong Yang, Shenzhen University, China
A New Tradition in the Era of Mobility Systems: Mobile Digital Traces
Esin Ekizoglu, School of Architecture of Paris-Val de Seine and Paris Diderot University, France
Chair: Yael Allweil, Technion-IIT, Israel
Proto-Virtual Environments: Old Calabar from the Diary of an Eighteenth-Century Slave Trader
Joseph Godlewski, Syracuse University, U.S.A.
Change of Lifestyle in a Suburban Housing Estate during Its Rebuilding
Yura Kim, Chubu University, Japan
Architecture as a State Expertise: Imagining a New Tradition in Portugal’s Housing
Development Fund, 1969-1982
Tiago Castela, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Chair: Lyndsey Deaton, University of Oregon, U.S.A.
Lands of No Men: The Sites and Spaces of Women’s Activism in the (Post)Colonial Imagination
Sameh El Kharbawy, California State University, Fresno, U.S.A.
Mind the Gap! Why Are Muslim Migrants and LGBTQI Not Sharing the Same Public Space in Hamburg? The Case of St. Georg
Bedour Braker and Jan Braker, Jan Braker Architekt, Germany
Separation between Two Adjacent Public Spaces as a Reflection of Segregated Society
Sulaiman Alfassa1 and Mohammad al-Jassar2, 1May and Co. Design Office, Kuwait, 2Kuwait University, Kuwait
Iranian Women at Azadi Stadium: A Mediatized Participation in Restriction
Alireza Taherifard, University of Kassel, Germany
Between the Palimpsest and the Blank Slate: Reimagining Tradition and Erasure in the Regeneration of Burgess Park and the Aylesbury Estate, South London
Felipe Lanuza, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Chair: Hesham Issa, IASTE, Cairo University
Moderating Cultural Change: Socio-Spatial Virtuality in Arab-American Immigrants’ Lives
Mohammad al-Jassar1 and Lynne Marie Dearborn2, 1Kuwait University, Kuwait, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.
Travel Replacement in the Nineteenth Century: Panoramas and Stereo Photography
Dietrich NeumannBrown University, USA
The Withering of the Bazaar and Maidan: Fake and Real Social Choreographies in the Neoliberal Indian Mall
Manu Sobti, University of Queensland, Australia
Chair: Cecilia Chu, University of Hong Kong, China
Synthetic Spaces: Creating Narrative Architectures with 3D Digital Scanning
Nic Clear and Hyun Jun Park, University of Huddersfield, U.K.
Tradition, Space, and Architectural Practice in Democratic South Africa
Gerald Stewardt Steyn, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Crafting Tradition: Bridging Vernacular Society, Education, and Professional Practice in Indonesia
Yenny Gunawan, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia
The Ubiquitous and Doubly Virtual Nature of Nostalgia: Visions for the Nicosia Buffer Zone
Christakis Chatzichristou and Kyriakos Miltiadous, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Heritage Teaching by Stealth: Integrating Conservation Architecture Learning into an Undergraduate Architecture Course
Dr Tom Hughes, Mr Jeffrey Keays (Presenting) , Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Chair: Ali Alraouf , HBKU, Qatar
Alternative Social History of Seattle Housing: Not Changing Styles, but Resilient Underlying Dynamic
Robert Mugerauer, University of Washington, U.S.A.
Indigenous Placemaking in the Climate Diaspora
James Miller, Western Washington University, U.S.A.
Exercising the Virtual Collective Strategy in the Context of Twenty-First-Century Alor Traditional Society
Klara Puspa Indrawati, University of Oregon, U.S.A.
Architectural Quranic Inscriptions and the Dilemma of Interpretation
Noha Hussein, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.
Management of the Commons and Global Poverty in the Developing World: Critiques and Strategies for New Imaginaries for the Development of Slums
Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands