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  • Cemal Oztas; Eyup Zengin; Rovsen Ibrahimov (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Sustainable development is a term that was first used before the public in adocument "Our Common Future" prepared by a commission of The United NationsEnvironmental Programme. It envisages the aims and methods of development ...
  • Mahdavi, Ardeshir (2014-06-02)
    Cities represent massive anthropogenic interventions in the planetary environment. They contribute to climate change and are affected by it. The world population increasingly lives in cities, implying the critical need for ...
  • Adetokunbo Ilesanmi; Obafemi Awolowo University (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    Urban design has been described as being 'about the making of better places for people'; therefore the growing trend of natural and human-induced disasters should be areas of key concern to urban designers and other built ...
  • Andreas Savvides; University of Cyprus (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    This paper looks into frameworks which aim at furthering the discussion of the role of regenerative design practices in a city's historic core utilizing the tool of urban design to jumpstart urban revitalization in the ...
  • Ana Ruiz; University of Navarre (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    During the last decades cities have developed as never before, and their configuration represents a potential testing ground from many different perspectives. The Spanish experience reveals that, although there has been ...
  • Meniku, Jonida; Maliqari, Andrea; Miri, Adriana (2014-07-14)
    Albania is lacking relatively behind concerning the adoption of public – private partnerships for sustainable urban development projects. This research states that public-private schemes have the potential of becoming an ...
  • Meniku, Jonida; Maliqari, Andrea; Miri, Adriana (2014-06-02)
    Albania is lacking relatively behind concerning the adoption of public – private partnerships for sustainable urban development projects. This research states that public-private schemes have the potential of becoming an ...
  • Nathan de, Groot (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2012-04-19)
    Architecture and urban design primarily focus on visual aspects. Students are trained to produce compelling images showing innovative ways to develop existing cities further. The importance of the pictured scenario has ...
  • Ultramari, Clovis; Duarte, Fabio (2014-06-02)
    Does the future of cities matter as a research topic? If we are powerless to predict or to control their trajectory, exercising such an investigation may in fact be pointless. Disregarding this possibility, urban society ...
  • Andrzej Zarzycki; New Jersey Institute of Technology (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    Redefining the city as interactive media can reveal new possibilities for architects and designers. Today, designers must augment architecture and urbanism by incorporating new aspects of virtual habitation. This paper ...
  • Kristina Kiesel; Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology; Kristina Orehounig; Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology; Salahaldin Shoshtari; Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology; Ardeshir Mahdavi; Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    The urban heat island (UHI) phenomenon is characterized by significantly higher temperatures in metropolitan areas as compared to the surrounding suburban and rural neighborhoods. In this context, this paper presents a ...
  • Borislav Stojkov; Republic Agency for Spatial Planning of Serbia (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    The article elaborates the issue of urban identity as an important factor for raising urban attractiveness and spurring urban development in general. The elements of urban identity, such as the nature, culture and economy, ...
  • Shehu, Elfrida; Afezolli, Alma (2014-06-02)
    Land is the gift of nature to mankind. It provides continuity and progress. Land is not only our biggest asset, but at the same time, the whole real source. As immovable property, land constitutes one of the most valuable ...
  • Dirk Lauwers; Ghent University - Institute for Sustainable Mobility IDM; Jos Zuallaert; Flemish MOBKOS and MOBALB projects on urban mobility; Modest Gashi; Urbanism department Peja Municipality (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    Urban streets and squares have a dual function: as links in transport networks and as places for accommodating urban life. In this paper an integrated approach of urban design of the public domain is developed, highlighting ...
  • Dorina, Pojani (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2012-04-19)
    This presentation focuses on the problems and issues that have emerged in Tirana during the transformation to a market economy in the post-communist period (1990-present). It addresses physical, economic, social, and ...
  • Vrusho, Boriana (2016-05)
    Located in the central western part of Albania, Durres is one of the most important cities in country. The footprint of historical changes has given a sense of unicity and authenticity to this city, although facing some ...
  • Boriana, Vrusho (2017-12-21)
    Industrial heritage can be considered as a significant asset of modern civilization, mostly epitomizing living patrimony of industrialization process. However, it nowadays represents under-valuated heritage, as a consequence ...
  • Yunitsyna, Anna; Shtepani, Ernest (2016-05)
    European cities had been developed historically as compact and dense structures, where the specific urban microclimate was achieved through the arrangement of the units of the urban pattern. The energy flows, such as ...
  • Pablo Marti; University of Alicante; Laura Dominguez; University of Alicante (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    During last two decades all Spanish Mediterranean cities have increased their surface and, in consequence, their urban public space is nowadays greater than it was before. Not only the amount of public space has increased, ...
  • Birge, Özkan; Yurdusev, Mehmet Ali; Turan, Mustafa Erkan (2nd International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-05-23)
    Water resources projects, are designed to serve for many years to meet water needs. Therefore, the future water demand forecasting is of great importance for planning and management of water resources. In this study, a ...

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