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|Title:||APPROCHE D’UNE ANALYSE SYNTAXIQUE DE L’HABITAT RURAL CAS D’EL KANTARA|
|Abstract:||The rural housing environment remains globally underestimated seen on its architectural shape. Contrary to medinal settlement, the traditional rural housing is indicated as indecent, rudimentary or primitive. El Kantara, case of study, is an illustrative example. In the pre-colonial and colonial period, the village was prevailed by the traditional vernacular architecture type. After the independence, this type has undergone several changes: sometimes by attempt of restoration and addition of other spaces according to the users need and sometimes by radical transformation. What is tried in this study is to understand the rural architecture properties by approaching them in a synthetic way on the long period before 1830 until today and so to investigate the spatial types and their evolution. This paper will present a quantitative analysis of several houses’ plans of different periods. It was founded genotypical similarities in the houses which show seemingly differences in the spatial arrangement. The models of the spatial integration and segregation suggest three syntactic types according to the depth|
|ISSN:||1112 - 3338|
|Appears in Collections:||CS N 16|
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