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by Ahmad Hamid

eBook Hassan Fathy and Continuity in Islamic Arts and Architecture: The Birth of a New Modern ePub
Author: Ahmad Hamid
Language: English
ISBN: 9774163419
ISBN13: 978-9774163418
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press; 1 edition (December 15, 2010)
Pages: 224
Category: Architecture
Subcategory: Photo
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Ahmad Hamid is an Egyptian architect who collaborated with Hassan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology. He was awarded a Fulbright Design study grant at Pratt Institute in 2005, and the Frank G. Wisner Award in 2007. He is the recipient of a World Architecture Award.

Ahmad Hamid is an Egyptian architect who collaborated with Hassan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology.

Guided by Fathy's principles, Ahmad Hamid, an architect who collaborated with Hassan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology, identifies questions about the nature of Islamic art and its building culture, as well as the origins of modern architecture. This richly illustrated book provides new insights into Hassan Fathy's profuse, pathbreaking design documents and built projects, while exploring the socioeconomic, environmental, psychological, and esthetic components of Fathy's work in the light of a quest for a new universal modernity for the twenty-first century.

Hassan Fathy, the Egyptian architect known for his recognition of the potential of vernacular forms as a vital force in. .2 the of islamic art and architecture by the aga khan foundation.

Hassan Fathy, the Egyptian architect known for his recognition of the potential of vernacular forms as a vital force in contemporary architectural design, sough. A noteworthy endeavor to initiate the resurfacing of the tradition of Islamic art and architecture occurred in the final quarter of the twentieth century.

Hassan Fathy, the Egyptian architect known for his recognition of the potential of vernacular forms as a vital force in contemporary architectural design, sought to integrate the traditions of Islamic art with his modern visions for living

Hassan Fathy, the Egyptian architect known for his recognition of the potential of vernacular forms as a vital force in contemporary architectural design, sought to integrate the traditions of Islamic art with his modern visions for living assan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology, identifies questions about the nature of Islamic art and its building culture, as well as the origins of modern architecture.

Guided by Fathy’s principles, Ahmad Hamid, an architect who collaborated with Hassan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology, identifies questions about the nature of Islamic art and its building culture, as well as the origins of modern architecture. This richly illustrated book provides new insights into Hassan Fathy’s profuse, pathbreaking design documents and built projects, while exploring the socioeconomic, environmental, psychological, and esthetic components of Fathy’s work in the light of a quest for a new universal modernity for the twenty-first century.

Ahmed Hamid in his book Hassan Fathy and Continuity in Islamic Art and Architecture: The Birth. of a New Modern portrays Fathy as an agent of reviving and creating a new an architectural. practice that is connected with the essence of an Islamic architectural tradition. Was Fathy’s architecture a continuity of traditional Islamic architecture or was it a reactionary. response to modernism? Islamic Architecture.

The other myth perpetuated about Hassan Fathy is that his architecture represents the continuity of Islamic architecture, an argument forming the spine of Ahmad Hamid’s 2010 book Hassan Fathy and Continuity in Islamic Art and Architecture: The Birth of a New Modern. In this book, Ahmad Hamid positions Hassan Fathy in relation to a long tradition of Islamic Architecture as well as in relation to the advent of twentieth century modernism

This book provides new insights into Egytpian erchitect Hassan Fathy's profuse, pathbreaking design documents and built projects, while exploring the socioeconomic, environmental, psychological, and esthetic components of Fathy's work in the light of a quest for a new universal.

This book provides new insights into Egytpian erchitect Hassan Fathy's profuse, pathbreaking design documents and built projects, while exploring the socioeconomic, environmental, psychological, and esthetic components of Fathy's work in the light of a quest for a new universal modernity .Saved in: Main Author: Ḥāmid, Aḥmad. Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm).

Book Details Author : Ahmad Hamid Pages : 224 Binding : Reli� Brand : ISBN : 9774163419.

Hassan Fathy, the Egyptian architect known for his recognition of the potential of vernacular forms as a vital force in contemporary architectural design, sought to integrate the traditions of Islamic art with his modern visions for living. Guided by Fathy’s principles, Ahmad Hamid, an architect who collaborated with Hassan Fathy in the Institute for Appropriate Technology, identifies questions about the nature of Islamic art and its building culture, as well as the origins of modern architecture. This richly illustrated book provides new insights into Hassan Fathy’s profuse, pathbreaking design documents and built projects, while exploring the socioeconomic, environmental, psychological, and esthetic components of Fathy’s work in the light of a quest for a new universal modernity for the twenty-first century.
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