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1. Marketing image of cities as a sustainable approch [in Arabic]

Dr. Riman Mohamed Rehan Hussien

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2. Monitering Architectural Design Education
in Architectural department, Faculty of Fine Art, Mina University

Ismail Ahmed Mohamed Abdullah Amer

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3. THE PREDICAMENT OF A FRAGMENTED METROPOLIS

Hala S. Mekawy, Ahmed M. Yousry

The paper inspects the diverse facets of this socio-spatial division, in an attempt to outline
general policies that can curtail unconstructive influences of urban fragmentation, by
enhancing positive aspects and diminishing negative impacts of both gated communities and
informal areas. Proposed policy intervention would prohibit further future division, and
foster adjusting measures to amalgamate Cairo on principles of cohesion, integration and
balance of its socio-spatial structure; a goal emphasized by the Egyp..an 25 January 2011
revolution which envisions a makeover towards a more equitable society..... see more

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4. NON-MOTORIZED MOBILITY IN THE CITIES OF THE 21ST CENTURY:
AN EFFECTIVE START TOOL TO MITIGATE GLOBAL WARMING

Mohamed A. Zayed, Nora M. Rehan

Today, the Climate change becomes a global problem. Its harmful consequences threaten
human life on earth. The latest researches agreed that Green House Gases are the key
reasons of that dramatic change in the global climate.... see more

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5. LANDSCAPE PRINCIPLES FOR SPACE DESIGN IN HARSH ENVIRONMENT:
REVIEWING THE CASE OF EGYPT'S NEW TOWNS

Ingy Mohamed El Barmelgy

The main problem facing the designers of public spaces rehabilitation within lowincome
public housing projects, is that these spaces are mostly unlivable environments and
their design are not appropriate neither to the local environment of the town nor to the
behavior of their dwellers. This leads us to the main aim of this paper, which targets urban
designers, developers, and consultants to promote harmony, safety, activeness and
compatibility in the development to the environment, through the set of design guidelines,
principles for space generation levels, and standards regarding the landscape.... see more

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6.THE USE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE TO ENHANCE THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
USING THE OF THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT AS AN EXAMPLE

Mohammad H. Refaat

The landscape architecture profession and its role in the planning process in Egypt are
neither clear nor well defined. This led to the production of plans which lacks the existence
of an obvious landscape strategy for both existing and new cities.... see more

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7.INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY FOR EGYPT:
A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF THE PLANNING PROCESS

Aboulfetouh Saad Shalaby

This research attempts to construct a conceptual framework of the process through which
eco industrial parks could be normatively developed. This framework is seen in this paper as
a first step towards understanding the current process of establishing industrial zones in
Egypt, and developing it, if needed..... see more

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