Rehabilitation of historical cities in the mediterranean using modular patterns – case study of Sidon
Ghoussayni, F, Ali, A and Bayyati, A (2018). Rehabilitation of historical cities in the mediterranean using modular patterns – case study of Sidon. Lebanese Science Journal. 19 (3), pp. 455-476.
|Authors||Ghoussayni, F, Ali, A and Bayyati, A|
Over the Eastern Mediterranean Coast, a historical centre, well known as the port of the Phoenicians, stands facing the sea where ships sail across the blue horizon. There lie the oldest historical monuments of Sidon that remain undocumented. This paper’s aim is to study these buildings that have been damaged by urbanization by using methodological norms and predict their social practices that were inhabited with the lifestyle of fishermen and by which we came across many repetitive patterns that turned out to be modular. By envisaging the modular spatial practices of ruined buildings, their cores of which we had no previous information, we can restore those buildings to their original state.
|Journal||Lebanese Science Journal|
|Journal citation||19 (3), pp. 455-476|
|Publisher||National Council for Scientific Research-Lebanon|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.22453/LSJ-019.3.410431|
|24 Dec 2018|
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|Deposited||07 Jan 2019|
|Accepted||01 Nov 2018|
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