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Oasis Architecture Sustainable Development Strategies (2017)

Book. (Book)

Title: Strategies of sustainable development of the architecture of the Oasis. (2017)

  • Author(s): Angela Ruiz Plaza.
  • Publisher: EDITORIAL ACADEMICA SPANISH.
  • Pages: 500.
  • ISBN: 978-3-659-65369-8.
  • Summary: This book stems from personal intellectual concern for researching and promoting the sustainable development of desert and oasis architecture. It originated as an architectural project in the academic field, where the need to provide an adapted response to a complex context from research was raised, and considering the architectural action linked to its relations with the environment and the socio-economic and cultural environment. The specific case of the M'hamid oasis has been selected, to address the complex desert condition and to raise through scenarios of adapted strategies and systems, a more sustainable future, so that design, cooperation and action are integrated architectural analysis in process strategies.
  • Abstract: This book originates in the personal intellectual restlessness to investigate and promote the sustainable development of the architecture of the desert and the oasis. It originated as an architectural project in the academic field, where the need to provide a response adapted from the research was considered, and consider the architectural action linked to its relationship with the environment and the socio-economic and cultural environment. The specific case of the oasis of M'hamid has been selected, in order to face the complex desert condition and to hypothesize adapted strategies and systems, a more sustainable future, so as to integrate design, cooperation and architectural action into strategies of process.

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