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A study on rural houses in the district of Maharashtra (India) reveals that about 85% of people have fenestration areas of less than 80%, with poor daylighting indoors. In spite of large variations in floor area 80.0.% of people were somehow managing with a floor area of 8.0 m2 to 12.0 m2....
The integration of architectural science and design teaching would be assisted by the development of explicit models of design processes. Such models are needed to make the issues discussable. In the absence of explicit models, the point of application of science in the design process may remain...
The research tracks the metamorphosis experienced by Australian construction companies in structure, activities, ownership and personnel between 1985–88 based on interviews with senior executives. Eight case studies are presented.
Within the paradigm of Post-Modernism an ideology derived from the philosophies of Deconstruction (Derrida) and Phenomenology (Hegel) forms the basis for Deconstructive Architecture. These philosophies have engendered a romantic revival of Constructivism (de Stijl). This paper examines some of...
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