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دراسة تحليلية للنسيج العمراني المتضام من المنظور الاجتماعي حالة دراسية مدينة جادو

Abstract Traditional compact urban fabric patterns is type of urban fabric that characterized by its organic structure integrated with the natural environment. The building blocks in this type are attached interspersed with interior courtyards within and between buildings. Streets and alleys are narrow, not straightforward and with closed endings. This system is common in the old traditional cities. Traditional compact urban fabric is classified according to the traffic network into forked or regular this research deals with the study and analysis of the concept of traditional compact urban fabric from the social perspective. It is a study of the social aspects affecting and affected by the built environment related to daily life within the prevailing social systems which is a man-made laws laid down by a group of people to organize their lives. Due to the multiplicity of the fields of social system, the researcher identified systems that are thought to have a clear impact on the built environment in the study area, which are the tribal system, the family system and the management of traditional community (Alhessbah and Aezzabah) The old town of Jadu was chosen as a case study. The study addresses the following issues. First- the concept and the characteristics of traditional compact urban fabric, were defined through the study of historical examples. Secondly - the physical structure of traditional compact urban fabric and the impact of social factors in the formation of this structure. Thirdly, field study which limited to the old town of Jadu which consists of two neighborhoods Tarkeen and Amgail. The porpose of field study is to analyze the impact of specific social systems on the built environment in the study area
نادية خليفة الحارس (2014)
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الفراغات الحضرية ( الميادين) بمركز مدينة طرابلس

تتناول هذه الرسالة دراسة الفراغات الحضرية ( الميادين ) بمركز مدينة طرابلس من حيث أهميتها وطبيعتها ومكوناتها وأثرها على التكوين البصري العام للمدينة . تهدف الدراسة بشكل رئيسي إلي تحليل خصائص التكوين البصري والهيكل الفراغي الحضري المكون من ميادين مركز مدينة طرابلس وتحديد مدى علاقة الإرتباط الفراغي والتنظيم الفراغي بين هذه الفراغات الحضرية (الميادين) لهذه المدينة التي تؤثر بشكل كبير على الجانب البصري لمركز مدينة طرابلس ومن ثم الوصول الى النتائج والتوصيات التي تساهم في تحسين فراغات المدينة . إرتكزت الدراسة بشكل أساسي على المنهج النظري التاريخي والمنهج الوصفي التحليلي بالإعتماد عل البيانات والمعلومات النظرية والتاريخية المتوفرة. أظهرت نتائج الدراسة أن الفراغات الحضرية بمركز مدينة طرابلس تحدد صورة تشكيل المدينة بحيث تعطيها القيمة التاريخية و وضحية الهيكل الفراغي للمدينة ، وتحديد الهدف الوظيفي للميادين التي تعكس صورتها من خلال التنظيم الفراغي بالنسيج العمراني للمدينة.
ريمة عبد العظيم المنتصر (2010)
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Overcoming the Barriers to Implement Passive Climatic Design in the Libyan Built Environment

Climate change is one of the most difficult problems facing the world today, accordingly, passive climatic design has been considered as an essential approach to a sustainable built environment. It is design that does not require mechanical heating or cooling were buildings are passively designed to take advantage of natural energy flows to sustain thermal comfort and create a good stable indoor climate. Issues related to climate have been explored by a number of researchers in Libya, however, the application of passive climatic design in the contemporary Libyan architecture is very rare. Within this background, this research is conducted based on qualitative approach by utilised interview for data collection, were members from different professional groups who dealt with passive design were interviewed in order to establish factors influencing the implementation of passive climatic design in the Libyan built environment. The findings show that there are four main factors related to Architectural and planning design, End users, Marketing and Government. The paper identifies the principles of passive climatic design in hot regions and provides suggestions to implement these principles in Libyan future architecture.
Aisha Ammar Almansuri(3-2020)
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