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Habibi, S (2019) Design concepts for the integration of bamboo in contemporary vernacular architecture. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 15(06), 475–89.
- Type: Journal Article
- Keywords: Bamboo; vernacular architecture; sustainable housing design; cultural conformity;
- ISBN/ISSN: 1745-2007
- URL: https://doi.org/10.1080/17452007.2019.1656596
This paper discusses the development of design concepts for a row of typical bamboo houses, including the layout configuration and the function/aesthetics properties that are important from an architectural perspective. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of bamboo in investigations of structural and sustainability benefits and to highlight key research ideas that are important for industrialized production and cultural systems. The development of bamboo housing systems can advance efforts directed at securing home ownership for low-income families through lowering the construction costs to levels that are within their budgets. This paper aims to demonstrate approaches for using bamboo as a structural material for low-income and affordable housing. Bamboo housing can improve the financial stability and economic sustainability of low-income families. This paper presents a review of examples of vernacular architecture and building elements and then highlights the design of two bamboo-structure residential houses based on bio-climatic design strategies.
Sadeghifar, M, Pazhouhanfar, M and Farrokhzad, M (2019) An exploration of the relationships between urban building façade visual elements and people’s preferences in the city of Gorgan, Iran. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 15(06), 445–58.
Taleb, H, Elsebaei, M and El-Attar, M (2019) Enhancing the sustainability of shipping container homes in a hot arid region: A case study of Aswan in Egypt. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 15(06), 459–74.
Zaryoun, M and Hosseini, M (2019) Lightweight fiber-reinforced clay as a sustainable material for disaster resilient architecture of future buildings. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 15(06), 430–44.