Sökning: "vernacular architecture"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 10 avhandlingar innehållade orden vernacular architecture.
Sammanfattning : At the onset of the 1970s Swedish architecture showed noticeable signs of crisis, with failing confidence in architects and a general distrust in the future of architecture. Functionalism, the dominating architectural paradigm, was the root of the situation and the centre of contemporary debate. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Desert vernacular architecture has always been the product of a sustainable building cycle. People inherited the traditional way of building from their ancestors and the knowledge was transferred and developed from one generation to another. LÄS MER
3. Tracing a Sacred Building Tradition. Wooden Churches, Carpenters and Founders in Maramures until the Turn of the 18th Century
Sammanfattning : The increasing interest in the European historical log construction has heightened the need for comprehensive studies in different parts of the continent to view both the common features and the particular ones. The advanced Scandinavian research has revealed the problems of studying in depth and maintaining the log heritage when links to traditional carpentry are lost. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Machiya is the term for a traditional house type, a merchantand artisan dwelling found in the cities. The focus of the thesisis on the spatial qualities and technical structure of themachiya in relation to the specific use of the house type. LÄS MER
5. Designing Healing. A Conceptual Model for Promoting a Healing Health Care Environment in Tanzania
Sammanfattning : Better health services are a basic human right of approximately 40 million people in Tanzania, calling for an improved architecture of Health Care Facilities (HCFs) so as to provide a healing health care environment that supports wellness as well as diagnosis and treatment. Healing design concepts of medical and architectural researchers are in line with life styles, contemporary architectural styles and social cultural systems in the western world, while in Tanzania, although cultural heritage is emphasized as the backbone of sustainable development, very little effort has been made to incorporate cultural elements and vernacular architecture into contemporary HCF designs. LÄS MER