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Jørn Utzon’s synthesis of Chinese and Japanese architecture in the design for Bagsværd Church
(Cambridge University Press, 2018)
In his essay of 1983, ‘Towards a Critical Regionalism’, Kenneth Frampton referred to the Bagsværd Church as a primary exemplar, briefly citing the architect's representation of ‘the Chinese pagoda roof’ in this project, ...
Modernization and the role of foreign experts: W. M. Dudok’s projects for Izmir, Turkey
(University of California Press, 2018)
Modernization and the Role of Foreign Experts: W. M. Dudok's Projects for Izmir, Turkey, focuses on Dudok's unrealized mid-twentieth-century projects for Izmir, viewing them within the context of foreign architects’ and ...
Circular-planned diagrid systems and an interrelated technique using planar elements
(Birkhaeuser Science, 2018)
This paper presents the development of circular-planned diagrid systems in architecture and varying approaches in patents in relation to these developments, together with a technique introduced for producing diagrid ...
Evading time and place in Ankara: a reading of contemporary urban collective memory through recent transformations
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Based on precedent theories on collective memory and urban studies, this article develops a framework of approach to contemporary urban collective memory. Understanding urban collective memory by handling people and urban ...
Assessment of acoustical indicators in multi-domed historic structures by non-exponential energy decay analysis
The key concern of this study is to discuss the reliable acoustical metrics for analyzing particular sound fields within monumental multi-domed sacred spaces with an emphasis on multiple sound energy decay formation. The ...
A mobile dialogue of an immobile saint: St. Symeon the younger, divine liturgy, and the architectural setting
The pilgrimage site of St. Symeon the Younger at the Wondrous Mountain, near Antioch, is founded around the column of the saint that followed the ascetic model of his namesake, the “protostylite” St. Symeon the Elder. ...