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SArD - Scholarly Publications

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SArD - Scholarly Publications

 

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  • Akoury, Chahid
    One of the main goals of design education is to enhance and enable creative thinking. Therefore, effectively teaching visual representational and interpretational skills is vital for the communication and articulation of ...
  • Akoury, Chahid
    Contemporary sensory reality has been dominated by the sole sense of vision. This has largely affected the design process and eventually the relationship between designer and the work. This dominance of the image creates ...
  • El-Daccache, Maroun
    It seems like all the architectural debates are finished as nobody cares for the “old” problems like people or lodgings. Architecture today means publicity and its beauty follows is the subject to the same conditions. The ...
  • Haddad, Elie G.
    his paper will discuss the developments in architecture in Lebanon in the second half of the Twentieth century. Lebanon presents one of the interesting ‘laboratories’ of the different tendencies and movements of this ...
  • Haddad, Elie; Daccache, Maroun; Romanos, Antoine; Mawlawi, Ziad; Awabdy, Rima (Lebanese American University, )
  • Haddad, Elie G. (The Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region, )
  • Haddad, Elie G.; Rifkind, David (Ashgate, )
  • Haddad, Elie
    Henry van de Velde's intellectual relation to Nietzsche constitutes one of the interesting episodes in the early developments of Modernism in architecture. On the basic level, it opens the question of the influence of a ...
  • Khoury, Melissa Plourde; Khoury, Tarek E. (School of Art and design, Aalto University, )
  • The Egg 
    Khoury, Melissa Plourde
    he Egg is an iconic ruin in Beirut. It was once the Beirut City Centre's cinema, designed by Lebanese modernist architect Joseph Philippe Karam in 1965. This structure's use is complex and ever changing. As such, the Egg ...
  • Khoury, Melissa Plourde; Khoury, Tarek E.
    The visual communication of word, meaning and content too often is overlooked in graphic design studies. Graphic design students commonly create designs in which content plays a secondary role while emphasis is placed upon ...
  • Khoury, Melissa Plourde; Khoury, Tarek E.
    Visual representations of Lebanese culture are rich and diverse. Traditionally, Lebanese culture is a unique mixture of the East and West. However, Westernization jeopardizes this cultural identity in contemporary Lebanese ...
  • Khoury, Melissa Plourde; Khoury, Tarek E. (Korean Society of Design Science, )
    Numerous questions arise from the topic of writing and research for graphic design. For example: Why do graphic designers often not learn to research and write for design until studying at the Masters or even the PhD level? ...
  • Lahoud, Antoine L. (Fundación El Legado Andalusí, )
    Many bridges have been built in Lebanon, due to its geography of rivers and valleys. These bridges mostly belong to Roman, Mediaeval and Ottoman periods or to the French mandate. With modern urban development, new vacant ...
  • Lahoud, Antoine; Kopecny, Emmanuel; Entem, Stéphane; Moeller, Arne; Yde, Lars; Soulier, Marc
    Confronted with the problem of overflows from its combined sewer system into the River Seine during rainfall, the Department of the Hauts de Seine (which covers some thirty urban districts on the west side of Paris) has ...
  • Unknown author (Ergon in Kommission, )
  • Haddad, Elie
    In a short article presented at a conference in New York City two years ago, Joan Ockman lucidly diagnosed the contemporary dilemma faced by architecture, i.e. how to insert itself between a pessimistic discourse that warns ...
  • Haddad, Elie
    In this paper, I will discuss the results of the international competition that was organized in the spring of 1994, to redesign the souks of Beirut. This competition, which attracted more than 300 entries from around the ...

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