English Articles

Issue No.
Year
English Articles
1
1980
Organizing the proffession of archiecture planning
2
1980
Formation of architects and planners.
3
1980
International synposium Islamic architecture & urbanism
4
1980
Dome: Applications of Domes.
5
1980
Architecture in persia .
by: Reza Izadi & Team
6
1981
Tranditional House plans . by: Reza Iazd and Team
7
1981
>Revitalization of Islamic Cairo .
8
1981
Land Tenure systems & Development controls in the arab countries of the Middle East
9
1981
Land Tenure systems & Development controls in the arb countries of the Middle East
10
1981
Land Tenure systems & Development controls in the arab countries of the Middle East
11
1981
The process and application of designing integrated energy systems for arid areas of the Middle East
12
1981
Methods of work & collaboration for urban environment planning in arab world
13
1981
14
1981
Mirgan Khan in Iraq
15
1981
Factors underlying traditional Islamic urban design (I) by: Dr. M.M A.Nour
16
1981
Factors underlying traditional Islamic urban design (II) by: Dr. M.M A.Nour
17
1981
Housing in bahrain changing scenario
18
1981
Solar Control by: A.E.J. Morris
19
1982
Solar Control
20
1982
Housing design in terms of noise by: Dr. Magdi A. El Nour
21
1982

Labour Camps (I) -A planning guide. by chris berry and neil parkyn

22
1982

Labour Camps (II)-A planning guide. by chris berry and neil parkyn

23
1982
Tlemcen University from: m.e.c sep 81
24
1982
Houses & Housing in the Context of Islam. by: prof Vdo Kulterman washington University
25
1982

Houses & Housing in the Context of Islam-prt (II)-by: prof. Udo Kulterman

26
1982

Houses & Housing in the Context of Islam-prt (III)

27
1982

Houses & Housing in the Context of Islam-part (IV)

28
1982

Houses & Housing in the Context of Islam-part (V)

29
1982
Housing Construction system and design in Egypt : prefabrication Dr. Nassamat Abdel Qader & Dr. Eric Dlu Hosch
30
1983
Thermal Investigation of Passive Heated and Ventilate buildings in Egypt
31
1983
The Problems of Subterranean Water in the Old Urban Areas of Arab Cities. by: Ronald Lew Kock
32
1983

Selective floor finishes for Industrial buildings. Dr. Hassan Wahby

33
1983

Sound insulation in buildings.
Dr. Hassan Wahby

34
1983

Net structure makes space design.
Dr. Medhat Dorra

35
1983
Urban Spacs Towards new Architectural Dimension. Dr. Medhat Dorra
36
1983
Dynamic from Acts Motion. Dr. Medhat Dorra
37
1983
Architectural Technology Impact, Chaning function. Dr. Medhat Dorra
38
1983
Speech by the aga khan on the occasion of the Aga Khan architectural award ceremony Istanbult sep. 1983
39
1983
Parking structure construction problems & solutions. Dr. Riland L. Tuckep
40
1983
The architecture originality of the arab traditional sooks. Dr. Magdi Tawfik
41
1984
Natural ventilation problems in hot humid areas. Dr. Magdy A. Nour
42
1984
Residential & Educational building, Heliopolis , Cairo by: Dr. Abdel Baki Ibrahim
43
1984

Criteria for the evaluation of computer software
by: Dr. Ibrahim. M. Ibrahim

44
1984

Ferrocement & new treatments of concerete.
by: arch. Safa’a Abdo

45
1984
Sculpture: Organic form by: Arthur Drexler
46
1984
Activity system as determinants to housing design in Muslim Cities. (I) by: Prof. J. Cliff Moughtin, M. Tarak Shalaby
47
1984
Activity system as determinants to housing design in Muslim Cities. (II) by: Prof. J. Cliff Moughtin, M. Tarak Shalaby
48
1984
“Ain El-Sira” in Cairo by : Florian Stainberg. Berlin unviresity
49
1984
Design in Egyptain enviromental architecture by: Dr. Mohamed Kamel
50
1984
Middle East settlement guide. by: Jim Antoniou
51
1984
A Housing project intentions, realities & alternatives.
by: Dr. Abdel Mohsen Brakat – M. Numan Cebeci Part (I)
52
1984
A Housing project intentions, realities & alternatives.
by: Dr. Abdel Mohsen Brakat – M. Numan Cebeci Part (II)
53
1985

A Housing project intentions, realities & alternatives.
by: Dr. Abdel Mohsen Brakat – M. Numan Cebeci Part (III)

54
1985
An approach to urban traffic in terms of accessibility, building functions & environmental standards. Dr. M.A. Nour
55
1985
An approach to urban traffic in terms of accessibility, building functions & environmental standards. Dr. Magdy A. Nour Part (I)
56
1985
An approach to urban traffic in terms of accessibility, building functions & environmental standards. Dr. Magdy A. Nour Part (II)
57
1985
The architect in society: some recommendations for a future professional orientation in Egypt and their meaning for Egyptian architectural education.
by: Arch. Hassan M. Hassan
58
1985

Influence of Islamic architecture on American building tradition.
by: Kamal Amin Arizona U.S.A

59/60
1985
Pre-cast – the Manufactured concrete.
61
1985

Contemporary architecture of the 80’s
Odile henault architect

62
1985
Optimum location of activities within a multifloor complex building Architect: Dr. Magda Metwally
63
1985
Posters on earth construction technology performances of earth. by: UNCHS Habitat News apr.85
64
1985

Different ways of improvement
Posters on earth construction technology

65
1986
Building with bamboo by: UNCHS Habitat
66
1986

Counting the cost of change
by: Micheal prince ove Arup Partner ship.

67
1986
Vernacular arcihtecture of upper volta .
68
1986
Contemporary arab architecture in Iraq
69
1986

Natural cooling of buildings.
UNCHS. HABITAT-Techinical notes; No 9

70
1986
Design of Low-cost housing and community facilities (volume II) basic housing case studies: Hong Kong
71
1986
Design of Low-cost housing and community facilities (volume II) basic housing case studies: Hungary
72
1986
Design of Low-cost housing and community facilities (volume III) basic housing case studies: Nigeria
73
1986

Design of low-cost housing and community.Facitities (vol. 11) Basic Housing Case study spain by: Rafael Arevalocanadro

74
1986

Design of low-cost housing and community.
Facitities (vol. 11) Union of Soviet Socialist Repuleic

75/76
1986

United States of Amrerica .
Riverbend. New York city . by: Davis Brody and Associates Architects

77
1987
To grow a house by: R. M. Oxman open house vol. 9.1
78
1987

The formation of the architect with reference to the Egyptain architect-
Part (I) by: Dr. Abdel-baki Ibrahim

79
1987

The formation of the architect with reference to the Egyptain architect-Part (II) by: Dr. Abdel-baki Ibrahim

80
1987

Formation of the architec The formation of the architect with reference to the Egyptain architect
Part (III) by: Dr. Abdel-baki Ibrahim

81
1987
Formation of the architec The formation of the architect with reference to the Egyptain architect
Part (IV) by: Dr. Abdel-baki Ibrahim
82
1987
Heritage in architecture. by: Prof. Ali Bassiouni
83
1987
Some factors affecting maintenance of building in the UAE Part (I) by: Dr. Mohamed M. Idriss U.A.E university
84
1987
Some factors affecting maintenance of building in the UAE Part (II) by: Dr. Mohamed M. Idriss U.A.E university
85
1987
Some factors affecting maintenance of building in the UAE Part (III) by: Dr. Mohamed M. Idriss U.A.E university
86
1987
Management of housing construction using “Hierarchical sequency method”
87/88
1988

Management of Housing Construction using “ Hierarchical sequency method “ by: Dr Mostafa M.A. Al-Ahwal-part (II)

89
1988
Developing information for more responsive Architectural designs.
90
1988

Domestic- Architecture in Qatar .

91
1988
Energy efficiency in building materials production UNCHS: Habitat Technical notes No.12
92
1988
Proviencial architecture alexandria and the delta UIA Issue 7
93
1988
Bayt zaynab Katun French Mission Restoration Project, Cairo UIA Issue 7
94
1988

Factors leading to “Loss” both to the general conrtactor, and to the system as a whole
by: Suzan Bedier part (I)

95
1988
Factors leading to “Loss” both to the general conrtactor, and to the system as a whole by: Suzan Bedier part (II)
96
1988
The Architecture of Housing
97
1988

Appropriate Architecture
by: Carlo Testa

98
1988
Urban develonent of kuwit
99
1989
Architectural in urban context by: Dr. Abedel-baki Ibrahim
100
1989
Architectural heritage in urban context by: Dr. Abedel-baki Ibrahim
101
1989

Using commputers for teaching planers.
by: Lynne Tucker

102
1989
The Planned and planted landscape – John O. Simonds
103
1989

Recreational and tourist complexes in islamic countries: An Overview
by: Yasmeen and Suhail lari
Part (I)

104
1989

Recreational and tourist complexes in islamic countries: An Overview
by: Yasmeen and Suhail lari
Part (II)

105
1989
Library of Alex bibliothequt de France (U.I.A) 2 lnternal comp
106
1989

Lessons learned from doe’s commercial passive solar buildings program.
by: William J. Fisher
Part (I)

107
1990
Lessons learned from doe’s commercial passive solar buildings program.
by: William J. Fisher
Part (II)
108
1990

A concept of project management.
by: Eng. Suzanne bedier

109
1990

The geographical and historical bases for the variety in Muslim architecture.
prof: Dogan Kuban.

110
1990

The contemporary musim and the architectural transformation of the urban environment of the islamic world. by: Seyyed Nasr

111
1990
Ceometry and architecture orhan ozguner, review 86
112
1990
Energy conscious design concepts for the Gulf Area
113
1990

Domestic architecture and the occupant’s life cycle: The case of a Sudanese province.
by: Natalie Tobert

114
1990
Settlement and resettlement in umm qeis: spatial organization and social dynamics in a jordanian village Part (I)
115
1990
Settlement and resettlement in umm qeis: spatial organization and social dynamics in a jordanian village Part (II)
116
1990

Recycling the experience of traditional islamic urbanism
by: Besim S. Hakim

117
1991
The olympic games village at madenet Nasr-City
118
1991
Residential redevelopment of beijing ‘s courtyard housing
119
1991
The water town regin in south east China . (Zhang Tngwei)
120
1991
Problem of communication in a cad environment the break Down of integration all faramawy, D. arch., Maud B. sc
121
1991
Search for an alternative housing strategy. Albert Thijssen.
122
1991
Civilians organization in squatter areas the case of Zaferlepe Ankara. A. Faruk Goksu
123
1991

Development within development. user extensions of 4-storey walk up housing in Cairo- the case of Helwan.
Part (I)-Open house vol. 16 no.1

124
1991

Development within development. user extensions of 4-storey walk up housing in Cairo- the case of Helwan.
Part (II)-Open house vol. 16 no.1

125
1991

History as a design mode the new bibliotheca Alexandria .
Mark & Nezar Al Syyed

126
1992

The winners and losers in housing policies the case of Egypt
Part (I)-Ahmed El Kholi

127
1992

The winners and losers in housing policies: the case of Egypt .
Part (II)

128
1992

Development within development Helwan new community, Cairo part (I).
Nicholas wilkinson, Omar Khattab, Gisela De Majo and Hala Kardash

129
1992
Development within development Helwan new community, Cairo part (I)munily. part (II).
130
1992
Low cost housing: thermal design of roofs. J.A. Tinder R, Lambers
131
1992
Supporting people’s place making: Experience from sir Lanka Ranjith dayaratne open house vol. 6 no.4
132
1992
Study urban spaces in Alexandria city centre.
part 1 Ahmed Salah El Din Attia
133
1992
Study of urban spaces in Alexandria city centre.
part(II) Ahmed Salah El Din Attia
134
1992
Towards the concept of sustainability through architecture. Osama Shible
135
1992
 Towards the concept of sustainability through architecture. Osama Shible
136
1992
Tourism, cultural heritage sites,& the challenge of environmental planning and management for substainability by: Emeritus Professor A.S
137
1992
High earthquake risk buildings in Egypt . Dr. Hossam El-Din S. Badawi
138
1993

Expert systems and the externalization of knowledge in architecture.
Dr Mohamed Abouelmagd

139
1993

Is vernacular architecture the answer ?
Hany Talaat Ahamed

140
1993
The self-selection process an effective design tool for planning new housing developments
141
1993
The role of the shari’ah in the transformation of the physical of enviroment arab-muslim cities by: Saleh Al-Hathloul
142
1993
Design and construction of energy and cost sauing uault and dome structure by: Gernot Minke
143
1993
Adapting a time honoured roofing technique to meet the contemporary needs and new local conditions: The case of the “Woodless” roofing programme in Niger and Mali . part (I)
144
1993
Hassan Fathi : Promoting the vernacular
145
1993
Architects’ response to saudi arabia ‘s traditional and vernacular architecture.
146
1993

Factors of change in Islamic cities and approaches to the preservation of the architectural heritage.
by: Dieter Ackerknecht

147
1993
Factors of change in Islamic cities and approaches to the preservation of the architectual heritage
148
1993
Land scarcity amidst land abundance: The paradoxes of tanzania ‘s Urban land Policy
149
1993
On the conservation of the natural environment: The Islamic ethics. Dr. Hisham Mortada
150
1994

Aesthetic politics shanty-town or new vernacular ?
Part (I)

151
1994

Aesthetic politics shanty-town or new vernacular ?
Part (II)

152
1994

Vernacular housing forms in north algeria .
Part (I)

153
1994

Vernacular housing forms in north algeri.
part (II)-by: Karim Hadji

154
1994

Enviromiental impact assessment (E.I.A). prt (I)
by: Dr. Osama Abdel-Rahman

155
1994

Enviromiental impact assessment (E.I.A). prt (II)
by: Dr. Osama Abel-Rahman

156
1994

Why history: The meanings and uses of tradition
by: Oleg Grabar-part (I)

157
1994

Why history: The Mteanings and uses of tradition.
part (II)

158
1994
Law and the environment in the middle east
159
1994
Balance and imbalance. The Islamic middle eastern city between tradition and modernity. by: Nezar Al Sayyad
160
1994
Tranditional house and contempoaray U.A.E architecture. Salim S. Al Faqih
161
1994
World bank policies; The future interaction between the state, the market and the poor
162
1995
Development of sea side resorts in red sea coast, Egypt . Dr. Amr El Halafawy & Dr. Mohamed M. Afify
163
1995

Regionalist architecture in Jordan .
by: Kamel O. Mahadin
part (I)

164
1995

Regionalist architecture in Jordan .
by: Kamel O. Mahadin
part (II)

165
1995
Geographic information system (GIS). Dr.
166
1995

Meaning of Islamic architecture.
Khalil Karim pirani, AIA

167
1995
The impact of reinforced concrete on architectural forms. Dr. Abdul Jawak Ben-Swessi. part (I)
167
1995
The impact of reinforced concrete on architectural forms. Dr. Abdul Jawak Ben-Swessi. part (I)
168
1995
The impact of reinforced concrete on architectural forms. Dr. Abdul Jawak Ben-Swessi. part (II)
169
1995
The impact of reinforced concrete on architectural forms. Dr. Abdul Jawak Ben-Swessi. part (III)
170
1995
Computer and virtual reality architecture
171
1995
Architecture as an intellectual statement Modenism in the Muslim world-Ismail Serageldin
172
1995

A summer to remember dialogues & interviews with masters of contemporary architecture
by: Zak Ghanim

173
1995
Dialogues and interviews with masters of contmporary architecture michael graves-Zak Ghanim
174
1996
Dialogue & interviews with masters of contemporary architecture by Zak Ghanim Architecture, the built environment and islam. Prof. Wardiman Djojonegoro
175
1996
Dialogues and interviews with masters of contemporary architecture – 4. Paul Rudolph-Zak Ghanim
176
1996
Dialogues and interviews with masters of contemporary architecture – 5 Philip Johnson
177
1996
Dialogues and interviews with masters of contemporary architecture – 6. Robert A. M. Stern Zak Ghanim
178
1996
 Conservation : A Multidisciplinary Art. An interview with sir Bernard Feildan
179
1996
Jacques derrida the father of deconstruction
180
1996

Cultural park for children . Cairo – Egypt .
James Steele

181
1996
Monitoring and review in planning a comparative study. Dr. Osama M. Abdel Rahman
182
1996
Enterprise in development
by:
david sanderson
183
1996

Enterprise In Development
by: David Sanderson part II

184
1996

Geometry of the 4 Iwan Sahn, and its surrounding elements during the circassian period.
– Barquq complex & Al Ashrafiyya Madrassa
Arch. Ahmed Sidky
– shape grammar

Ahmed El -Kordy

185
1996

Ingenuity in circassian
Mamluke architecture the case of Qijmas al- Ishaqi’s Mosque
Seif El-Rashidi, A.U.C

186
1997

The Restoration of Baltit Fort Hunza – Pakistan
Dialogues
by: Zak Ghanim & James Wines

187
1997

Role of Shape Grammar in the Analysis & creation of Design
By: Ahmed El-Kordy
Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Eberhard H. Zeidler

188
1997

The Factors influencing the changing cairene domestic architecture after the ottoman conquest
Ahmed Sidky,
Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Boris Zerafa

189
1997

The Rab-a collective cairene dwelling Type
Arch. Ahmed Hassaballah-Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Mario Botta

190
1997

Understanding Architecture Through Islam By: Khalil K. Pirani- Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Paolo Soleri

191
1997

The Development of the Cairene QA’A
Arch. Ahmed Sidky
Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Raymond Morlyama.

192
1997

Architecture: ” An Object or Subject..!”
in Persian Minature Painting
By: Heba Barakat
Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Carlos Ott

193
1997

Attributes a designer ought to have in order to design the house of God.
Dr. Basil El-Bayati- Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Paolo Portoghesi

194
1997

Educational and Multifuctional building in Traditional Islamic Societies
By: Renata Holod
– Dialogues by: Zak Ghanim & Douglas Cardinal

195
1997

Educational and Maltifunctional Buildings in Trditional Islamic Societies. by: Renta Holod
Dialogues-
by: Zak Ghanim & Ismail Serageldin

196
1997

Tree of the Sketch-by: Bright cold

197
1997

Human Spaces An in investigation of human scale in Egypt .
Design Problems

198
1998
Housing Characteristics in Hot Hamid Region. by: Kaizert Talib
199
1998
Contemporary Architecturein Egypt .
by: Dr. Abdel-baki Ibrahim On of the Ancient Houses in old Cairo
200
1998
Cairo -Mimar Magazine
201
1998
 Cairo 11
202
1998

Cairo 111
Information Supplement
From: Institute Francais D’Architecture

203
1998
Tower in Islamic Architecture –
Geve / Fehervari
204
1998

Experiencing the Art of Saudia Arabia (Part 1)
Oredeo Salzar

205
1998

Experiencing the Art of Saudia Arabia (Part 2)
Oredeo Salzar

206
1998

Hot-Dry Region
Housing
Characteristics in the Arid-Hot Dry Region (Part 1)

207
1999

Hot-Dry Region
Housing
Characteristics in the Arid-Hot Dry Region (Part 2)

208
1999

Twenty Years of Change in the BuiltEnvironment of Yemen
Fernando Varanda -(Part 1)

209
1999

Twenty Years of Change in the Built Environment of Yemen
Fernando Varanda -(Part 2)

210
1999

Twenty Years of Change in the Built Environment of Yemen
Fernando Varanda – (Part 3)

211
1999

House Form and Choice ( Part I)
Renee Y. Chow

212
1999
House Form and Choice (Part II)
Renee Y, Chow
213
1999
Traditional Architecture Finds A Royal Patron -(Part I )
Haroon Sugish
214
1999
Traditional Architecture Fnds A royal patron -(part II )
Haroon Sugich
215
1999
Richness of style in UAE Mosques
By : Shirley Kay
216
1999

Conference of Heritage and Urban development. Cairo
Presented By: Dr. Salah Zaky Said

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