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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (263.678 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Engineering, computing & technology => Architecture

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  1. Syllabus de théorie et d'exercices- Mathématique 2

    Jancart, Sylvie

  2. Parametric Analysis for Daylight Autonomy and Eenergy Consumption in Hot Climates

    Amer Mahmoud, Mohamed; Moro, Jose Luis; Attia, Shady
    Peer reviewed

  3. L'apprentissage des conversations de conception. Analyse exploratoire des pratiques discursives et graphiques médiées par ordinateur.

    Joachim, Guillaume

  4. De quelles couleurs sont nos villes ?

    Nguyen, Ngoc Luan

  5. colour in the urban environment: a tool for the chromatic analysis of spatial coherence

    Nguyen, Ngoc Luan; Teller, Jacques
    Peer reviewed

  6. De Barcelone à Amsterdam : l'émergence de la conservation intégrée à travers les colloques internationaux du Conseil de l'Europe et de l'ICOMOS

    Houbart, Claudine
    Peer reviewed

  7. Architectural and Environmental Housing Typology Analysis in Huamachuco, Peru

    Meliani, Houmam; Teller, Jacques; Attia, Shady
    Peer reviewed

  8. Flipped classes and enriched skeleton maps to foster deep and interactive learning in engineering education

    Attia, Shady; Detroz, Pascal
    Peer reviewed

  9. Introducing regenerative design and circularity into architectural and engineering curriculum

    Attia, Shady
    Peer reviewed

  10. Determining new threshold temperatures for cooling and heating degree day index of different climatic zones of Iran

    Roshan, Gh.R.; Ghanghermeh, A.A.; Attia, Shady
    Peer reviewed

  11. Activités professionnelles des architectes

    Joachim, Guillaume

  12. Real Estate Architecture : revisiting the apartment building

    Joachim, Guillaume; Burquel, Benoît; Dumont, Martin
    LIÈGE, EARLY 1960S. AS IN OTHER EUROPEAN CITIES, THE REAL ESTATE BOOM HAS JUST BEGUN. AS GOOD MODERNISTS, THE MAYOR AND A BENCH OF PRIVATE DEVELOPERS THOUGHT TO RENOVATE THE HOUSING STOCK BY REPLACING THE OLD URBAN FABRIC WITH A NEW HOUSING TYPE : THE APARTMENT BUILDING. IN A 15-YEARS TIME, MOST OF THE 19TH CENTURY HOUSES ALONG THE QUAYS AND THE BOULEVARDS HAVE BEEN SUBSTITUTED BY 12-STOREY HIGH MODERNIST CONSTRUCTIONS. THIS TRANSFORMATION RADICALLY CHANGED THE SKYLINE AND THE IMAGE OF THE CITY. AFTER 50 YEARS, THESE BUILDINGS HAVE COME TO THE END OF A LIFE CYCLE. WITH THE RISING...

  13. How spending ten years in Raymond Lemaire's archive changed my vision on heritage conservation

    Houbart, Claudine

  14. Thermal and visual comfort under different trees cover in urban spaces at Constantine city centre - hot and dry climate

    LOUAFI BELLARA, Samira; ABDOU, Saliha; Reiter, Sigrid
    Peer reviewed

  15. Network Theory Framework for Urban Cultural Heritage Conservation

    Ginzarly, Manal; Teller, Jacques
    The aim of this study is to propose the application of a network approach to historic urban landscape conservation. Network approaches in landscape ecology and urban studies have been applied in various ways. In a natural landscape, the ecological network model has been applied to conserve biodiversity. The model consists of core areas, corridors, and buffer zones (Cook & van Lier, 1994; Jongman, 2004).In urban studies, the network metaphor has a long tradition especially in transportation planning. More recently, urban design has brought its contribution by different means. Three of these means are: (i) the space syntax method; (ii) the...

  16. Heritage Conservation in River Corridor Cities. The Case of Tripoli, Lebanon.

    Ginzarly, Manal; Teller, Jacques
    Peer reviewed

  17. Towards regenerative and positive impact architecture: A comparison of two net zero energy buildings

    Attia, Shady
    Peer reviewed

  18. Etude de cas, cathédrale de Beauvais (Oise), histoire de la construction et datations grâce à l'archéologie du bois

    Hoffsummer, Patrick
    L'archéologie des charpentes de la cathédrale de Beauvais combinée à la dendrochronologie et aux analyses de la couverture en plomb a largement contribué à l'enrichissement des connaissances à propos de l'histoire mouvementée du plus haut chœur gothique.

  19. Du programme d'origine à la restauration des charpentes et couvertures

    Hoffsummer, Patrick
    Les toitures des monuments historiques en France représentent un patrimoine pour l'histoire de l'architecture et l'histoire de la construction. Leur typologie dépend de nombreux facteurs: type de bâtiment, contexte historique, géographique. Leur conservation exige une analyse profonde de leur état et impose certains choix au moment de la restauration en fonction de leur réaffectation.

  20. Whom do architects design for in design competitions? A case study

    Verhulst, Lore; Elsen, Catherine; Heylighen, Ann
    Peer reviewed

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