Re: housing project in a lebanese village

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Posted by  Zeid saadawi on September 03, 2002 at 00:42:17:

In Reply to:  Re: housing project in a lebanese village posted by Paul Malo on September 02, 2002 at 16:12:16:

I'm sorry i think i did something wrong about the reloaded data & i had tried to fix it ,not a very good quality photos, but i hope it did gave some idea :-) . what was intended initially from my theme is to create those overlapping stepped housing units (similar to those found in the mediterranean terraced villages),starting with a standardized (4m*4m) module which was eventually the module of a single bedroom,of course i did create varied units types according to varied family numbers with respect to the rural community,needless to say that i was trying to create also this spatial hierarchy between different courts. the initial concept had followed similar trials but with different enviroments(Paul Rudolph unbuilt New Work Megastructure and Safdie's habitat)of course with a little different approach with respect to the level of entrances of each individual unit.

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