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4th Annual International Conference on Architecture 7-10 July 2014, Athens, Greece


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Athens Institute for Education and Research

Engineering & Architecture Research Division

Research Unit of Architecture

4th Annual International Conference on Architecture

7-10 July 2014, Athens, Greece
PROGRAM
Conference Venue: Titania Hotel (52 Panepistimiou Avenue)


Organizing AND SCIENTIFIC Committee

  1. Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER.

  2. Dr. George Poulos, Vice-President of Research, ATINER & Emeritus Professor, University of South Africa, South Africa.

  3. Dr. Nicholas Pappas, Vice-President of Academics, ATINER & Professor, Sam Houston University, USA.

  4. Dr. Nicholas Patricios, Director, Engineering & Architecture Research Division, & Dean Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Miami, USA.

  5. Dr. Thomas Attard, Acaedemic Member, ATINER & Associate Research Professor, Arizona State University, USA.

  6. Dr. Stavros Alifragkis, Academic Member, ATINER & Adjunct Lecturer, Hellenic Army Academy, Athens, Greece.

  7. Dr. Howayda Al-Harithy, Professor, American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

  8. Dr. Patrick Ashton, Associate Professor, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA.

  9. Dr. Debnath Bhattacharyya, Professor, MPCTM, Gwalior, India.

  10. Dr. Jose Manuel Pages Madrigal, Associate Professor & Chairman, Lebanese American University, Lebanon & Associate Professor, University of Genova, Italy.

  11. Dr. Stella B. Bondi, Associate Professor, Old Dominion University, USA.

  12. Dr. Matthew Kubik, Associate Professor, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA.

  13. Dr. Virginia Sisiopiku, Associate Professor, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA.

  14. Dr. Caterina Pizanias, Instructor, University of Calgary, Canada.

  15. Mr. Moamer Gashoot, Researcher, Bournemouth University, UK.

Administration

Fani Balaska, Stavroula Kiritsi, Eirini Lentzou, Konstantinos Manolidis, Katerina Maraki, Celia Sakka, Konstantinos Spiropoulos & Ioanna Trafali

CONFERENCE PROGRAM


(The time for each session includes at least 10 minutes coffee break)

Monday 7 July 2014
08:00-09:00 Registration

09:00-09:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks

        • Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER.

        • Dr. George Poulos, Vice-President of Research, ATINER & Emeritus Professor, University of South Africa, South Africa.

        • Dr. Nicholas Patricios, Director, Engineering & Architecture Research Division, & Dean Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Miami, USA.

        • Nicholas Pappas, Vice-President of Academics, ATINER & Professor, Sam Houston University, USA.

09:30-11:30 Session I (Room C): Architectural History

Chair: Nicholas Pappas, Vice-President of Academics, ATINER & Professor, Sam Houston University, USA.

  1. Roberto Tomas Yanez Pacios, Ph.D. Student, University of Alicante, Spain , Victor Echarri Iribarren, Professor, University of Alicante, Spain, Angel Benigno Gonzalez Aviles, Teacher, University of Alicante, Spain & Maria Isabel Perez Millan, Teacher, University of Alicante, Spain. Graphic Representation and Military Architecture: The Trace of the Fuenterrabia Fortifications in the Current City. (Monday, 7 of July).

  2. *Mark Brack, Associate Professor, Drexel University, USA. Back to the Future: New Historic Architecture in Datong, Shanxi, China.

  3. Woo Bang Kang, Director, Illhyang Research Institute of Korean Art History, South Korea. Architecturalization of the Forest of the Cosmic Trees. New Interpretation of the Five Orders.

  4. Ping-Sheng Wu, Associate Professor, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. A Study on the Formation and Demolition of Tainan City Walls in Taiwan by Digital Representation (1875-1945).

  5. Simone Censi, Ph.D. Student, University of Sassari, Italy. Italian and Spanish Architecture in the Postwar.

  6. Macarena De la Vega de Leon, Ph.D. Student, University of Canberra, Australia. The Historiography of Modern Architecture: Twenty-Five Years Later. (Monday, 7 of July, Morning Session).




11:30-13:00 Session II (Room C): Sustainability I

Chair: *Mark Brack, Associate Professor, Drexel University, USA.

11:30-13:00 Session III (Room D): Space Making in Architecture

Chair: Woo Bang Kang, Director, Illhyang Research Institute of Korean Art History, South Korea.

  1. Steven Clarke, Associate Professor, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA. Agricultural Urbanism: Lessons from the Cultural Landscape of Messinia.

  2. Eric Weber, Assistant Professor, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, USA. The Crucible of Construction: Designing and Building the UNLV Solar Decathlon House.

  3. Wan-Wen Huang, Assistant Professor, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan & Tomoko Kano, Associate Professor, Teikyo Heisei University, Japan. Sustainable Development of Environment, Historical Places and Dwellers’ Community in Bergama, Turkey.

  4. Efstratios Gavotsis, Engineer in Structures, University of Cambridge, UK & Alice Moncaster, Director, University of Cambridge, UK. Industry and Policy Recommendations for the Improvement of Embodied Energy and Carbon Accounting, Based on a Study During Construction Stage.

  1. Amparo Casares Gallego, Professor, University of a Coruna, Spain. Carballeiras in Galicia: an Example of Heritage to Preserve.

  2. Pasquale Miano, Associate Professor, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, Giorgia Aquilar, Professor, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, & Bruna Di Palma, Ph.D. Student, University of Naples Federico II, Italy. Strata and Topographies: the Arduous Interweaving of Archaeology, Architecture and the City

  3. Pelin Dursun, Associate Professor, ITU Faculty of Architecture, Turkey, Ozan Avcı, Research Assistant, ITU Faculty of Architecture, Turkey & Gulsun Saglamer, Professor, ITU Faculty of Architecture, Turkey. Space Making: The Concept of Reinterpretation + Reformation.

  4. Atanas Vassilev, Assistant Professor, Higher School of Civil Engineering Lyuben Karavelov, Bulgaria. Atrium Space as the Basic Communicational Fundamental Factor in Material Architecture and Urban Environment.

  5. Chun Kwok Chan, Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Place-Making in Third Space: An Analysis on the Filmic Imageries of “Shikumen” Architecture in Shanghai.



13:00-14:30 Session IV (Room C): Design Processes I

Chair: Efstratios Gavotsis, Engineer in Structures, University of Cambridge, UK

13:00-14:30 Session V (Room D): Methodology I

Chair: Stavros Alifragkis, Academic Member, ATINER & Adjunct Lecturer, Hellenic Army Academy, Athens, Greece.

  1. *Estelle Mare, Professor, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. The Role of the Second Architect on a Significant Building Site.

  2. Juanita Gamez Vargas, Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma, USA & Carlos Reimers, Assistant Professor, The Catholic University of America, USA. The American University President’s House: A Discourse on the Architectural Preservation of an Iconic Structure in Higher Education.

  3. Asli Cekmis, Researcher, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. A University Campus Design: Revitalizing an Old Power Plant in Istanbul.

  4. *Esther Giani, Researcher, Iuav University of Venice, Italy & Giancarlo Carnevale, Professor, Iuav University of Venice, Italy. Enhancing Urban Heritage.




  1. Elena Romano, Ph.D. Student, University of Pavia, Italy & Alessandro Greco, Associate Professor, University of Pavia, Italy. Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings with Special Reference to the Typological, Technical and Energetic Aspects of Collective Residences. A Method to Re-Qualify the Student Residences.

  2. Yan Gao, Assistant Professor, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong & Tian Tian Lo, Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Integrated Open Source Architectural Design for High Density Housing with Computational Control and Management Engineering the Paradoxes of Chinese Housing Architecture.

  3. Kevin Glowacki, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University, USA. A Comparative Study of Ancient Greek Houses Using Visibility Graph Analysis.

  4. Monica Sater, Researcher, University of Technology, Sweden. Swedish Theory of User Centred Lighting Design. Swedish Institute of Research in Lighting Science.



14:30-15:30 Lunch (Details during registration)


15:30-17:00 Session VI (Room C): Building Types I

Chair: *Estelle Mare, Professor, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa.

15:30-17:00 Session VII (Room D): Values in Architecture

Chair: Dr. Nicholas Patricios, Director, Engineering & Architecture Research Division, & Dean Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Miami, USA.

  1. Inci Uzun, Assistant Professor, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. Shopping Center as a Public Space in Turkey

  2. Zuzana Humajova, Ph.D. Student, Slovak University, Slovak Republic. Open-Plan Offices – Design and Psycho-Emotional and Health Aspects.

  3. Emma Lopez-Bahut, Member, University of Coruna, Spain. Jorge Oteiza’s Intervention in the Chamber of Commerce in Cordoba (1953-54).

  4. Riitta Niskanen, Researcher, Lahti City Museum, Finland. 007 and Contemporary Sacral Architecture.



  1. *Zafer Sagdic, Assistant Professor, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey. Searching of the Concept on 21st Century Architecture. (Monday, 7 of July).

  2. En-Yu Huang, Assistant Professor, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan. Socio-Cosmic Realities Represented by the Prescriptions Concerning the Orientation of Built Spaces in Chinese Feng-Shui and Indian Vāstu-Shastra Traditions.

  3. Maria Philokyprou, Lecturer, University of Cyprus, Cyprus. Continuities and Discontinuities in Vernacular Architecture.

  4. Emanuele Giorgi, Ph.D. Student, University of Pavia, Italy. Wellness And Happiness: How and Why Architecture Must Contribute to a Cultural Revolution.

  5. Valentina Giacometti, Ph.D. Student, University of Pavia, Italy. Accessibility of Historical Buildings: To Assess, to Design, to Enhance.


17:00-18:30 Session VIII (Room C): Design Process II

Chair: *Zafer Sagdic, Assistant Professor, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey.

  1. Shapira Ruth, Lecturer, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Metamorphosis Housing Architectue and Values: the Tel-Aviv Experience.

  2. Domenico Chizzoniti, Senior Assistant Professor. Polytechnic of Milano, Italy, Letizia Cattani, Research Assistant, Polytechnic of Milano, Italy, Luca Preis, Research Assistant, Polytechnic of Milano, Italy, Klizia Beggiora, Research Assistant, Polytechnic of Milano, Italy & Monica Moscatelli, Research Assistant, Polytechnic of Milano, Italy. The Recovery of the Historic Buildings: A Tradition Full of New Foundings.

  3. Katarina Smatanova, Ph.D. Candidate, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia. Role of Public Space and Urban Interventions in Segregated Areas - Ghettos and Urban Slums. Case Study of Roma Concentrations in Slovakia.

  4. Kitapatr Dhabhalabutr, Assistant Professor, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. Low-Cost Housing as Driving Force of Collaborative Architectural Design Process: Case Study BMK Program, Thailand.






18:30-20:00 Session IX (Room C): General Issues I

Chair: Shapira Ruth, Lecturer, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

  1. *Fatih A. Rifki, Professor, Montana State University, USA. Genesis and Epicenter of Renaissance: Florence versus Istanbul.

  2. Elena Dineva, Assistant Professor, Higher School of Civil Engineering Lyuben Karavelov, Bulgaria. Research on the Development of Recreational Opportunities for the Public Space of Equestrian Sport Facilities.

  3. Gabriela Raposo, Architect Investigator in Theory of Architecture, University of Social Sciences of Lisbon, Portugal. Endogenous Spatiality in the First Artistic and Architectonic Vanguards of the Twentieth Century: Blurred Boundaries between Constructivism and Modernism.

  4. Rabia Kose Dogan, Assistant Professor, History of Architecture and the Built Environment, Turkey. Rediscovering Turkey-Konya City Centre.


21:00–23:00 Greek Night (Details during registration)

Tuesday 8 July 2014


08:00-10:00 Session X (Room C): Pedagogy

Chair: Dr. George Poulos, Vice-President of Research, ATINER & Emeritus Professor, University of South Africa, South Africa.

08:00-10:00 Session XI (Room D): Architecture of Cities

Chair: *Fatih A. Rifki, Professor, Montana State University, USA. Genesis and Epicenter of Renaissance: Florence versus Istanbul.

  1. Sawsan Saridar Masri, Assistant Dean, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon & Hisham Arnaouty, Assistant Professor, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon. Architecture Program Accreditation: A Pathway to Graduates International Mobility.

  2. Ann Pitt, Associate Professor, Wentworth Institute of Technology, USA. Abstract Painting in Architectural Education.

  3. Didem Bas (Yanarates), Associate Professor, TC Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey, Gulay Usta, Professor, TC Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey & Ferhan Yalcın, Researcher, TC Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey. Experimental Studio Oriented Innovative Thinking Mode: The Case Study of IKU- Interior Architecture for First Year Design Studio.

  4. Shadi Nazarian, Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University, USA. The Living Wall: An Innovation in the Education of an Architect.

  5. Derya Yorgancıoglu, Assistant Professor, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University School, Turkey. The Changing Social Responsibilities of the 21st Century Architect and the Implications for the Profession and Education of Architecture.

  6. Lia Dikigoropoulou, Assistant Professor, New York City College of Technology, USA & Jill Bouratoglou, Associate Professor, New York City College of Technology, USA. Global Interaction into the Traditional Design Studios Thru Blogs.

  7. Hernan Casakin, Senior Lecturer, Ariel University, Israel & Arjan van Timmeren, Professor, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. Analogies as Creative Inspiration Sources in the Design Studio: the Teamwork.

  8. *Jose Manuel Pages Madrigal, Associate Professor & Chairman, Lebanese American University, Lebanon & Associate Professor, University of Genova, Italy. Place within the Architectural Design Pedagogy.

  1. Michael Obrien, Professor, A&M University, USA. John Nolen and Raymond Unwin: Garden City Collaborators.

  2. Helena Maia, Director, Centro of Estudos Arnaldo Araujo – Escola Superior Artistica of Porto, Portugal, Alexandra Trevisan, Director, CEAA – ESAP, Portugal & Miguel Moreira Pinto, Research Fellow, CEAA – ESAP, Portugal. On Modern Architecture, Photography and City Readings: Teófilo Rego and the Escola Do Porto.

  3. Elham Saffarzadeh, Assistant Professor, Shahroud Azad University, Iran. Cross-Fertilization of Cultures and its Role in Formation of Venice: A Comparative Study between Iṣfahan and Venice in Early middle Ages. (Tuesday 8 of July).

  4. Jean-Francois Lejeune, University of Miami School of Architecture, USA. Ruralist Utopia & Modernity in Franco’s Spain: The Pueblos de Colonizacion, 1939-67.




10:00-12:00 Session XII (Room C): Methodology II

Chair: Sawsan Saridar Masri, Assistant Dean, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon.

10:00-12:00 Session XIII (Room D): Architects

Chair: Michael Obrien, Professor, A&M University, USA.

  1. Wah Sang Wong, Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Stupa, Pagoda and Chorten – Origin and Meaning of Buddhist Architecture. (Tuesday, 8 of July, morning session).

  2. Wei-Ju Wang, Assistant Professor, Shu-Te University, Taiwan & Hui-Chun Tseng, Graduate Student, Shu-Te University, Taiwan. A Typological Study on Traditional Houses in Malaysia, Vietnam and Japan – A New Approach to Cultural Understanding.

  3. Ioanni Delsante, Assistant Professor, University of Pavia, Italy. Pressures of Social and Programmatic Needs on Architecture and Urban Form: Towards a Renewed Approach to Sustainability in the Post-Crisis Era. (Tuesday, 8 of July, morning session).

  4. Paola Villoria Saez, Ph.D. Student, Technical University of Madrid, Spain, Mercedes Del Rio Merino, Professor, Technical University of Madrid, Spain, Antonio Rodriguez Sanchez, Professor, Technical University of Madrid, Spain & Jaime Santa Cruz Astorqui, Professor, Technical University of Madrid, Spain. Analysis of the Effectiveness and Viability of Construction Waste Management Measures: A Spanish Study.

  5. Bahram Siavashpor, Assistant Professor, Hakim Sabzevari University, Iran. The Role of Personal Characters on the Residential Space Light.

  6. Salem B. Abdalla, Assistant Professor and Acting Chairperson of the Architectural Engineering department, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Digital Replacing Analog: Integration of CAD within Architectural Design Process.

  1. Minhye Hwang, Part- Time Professor, Konqju National University, Republic of Korea. The Implications of Leonardo da Vinci's Usage of ‘Infinite’ Grid in His Centralized Plans.

  2. Deborah Barnstone, Professor, University of Technology, Australia. Bruno Taut and the Aftermath of the First World War.

  3. *Alfons Puigarnau, Associate Professor, International University of Catalonia, Spain. Manuscripts of the Early Years of the Greek Architect Isaac Saporta: 1932-1933.

  4. Gregory Saldana, Faculty, University of Michigan, USA. Learning from Saarinen. (Tuesday, 7 of July).

  5. *Ruben Garcia Rubio, Ph.D. Student, University of Rome Tre and University of Valladolid, Italy and Spain. Travelling Through Greece. The Greek Influences on Louis I. Kahn’s Late Work.

  6. Kimberly Nofal, Ph.D. Student, University of Florida, USA. De Stijl All-Sidedness: A Volumetric Theory.


12:00-13:00 Lunch (Details during registration)



13:00-14:30 Session XIV (Room C): Sustainability II

Chair: Lia Dikigoropoulou, Assistant Professor, New York City College of Technology, USA

13:00-14:30 Session XV (Room D): Building Materials

Chair: *Alfons Puigarnau, Associate Professor, International University of Catalonia, Spain.

  1. *Chiara Piccardo, Ph.D. Student, University of Genova, Italy, Andrea Giachetta, University Researcher, University of Genova, Italy & Adriano Magliocco, Associate Professor, University of Genova, Italy. Performance of Passive Solar Systems in a Case of Retrofitted Buildings.

  2. Kaitlin Veenstra, Graduate Student, University of Cambridge, UK. Traditional Refurbishment as ‘Future-Proofing’ our Built Environment.

  3. Mayyadah Hussien, Assistant Professor, Petra University, Jordan. Exploiting Advanced Technology to Producing Clean Energy in Sustainable Interior Space (Jordan as a Case Study).

  1. Paulo Tormenta Pinto, Assistant Professor, ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, Joao Paulo Delgado, Researcher, ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal & Catarina Diz de Almeida, Research Grant Holder, DINAMIA-CET’IUL, ISCTE’IUL, Portugal. Conservative Modernity in the Magazine the Portuguese Architecture and Ceramics and Edification (Reunited) - The Impact of the New Industrial Materials in the Architectural Debate, 1935-1945.

  2. *Yrsa Cronhjort, Researcher, Aalto University School of Arts, Finland. Energy Retrofits with TES as an Opportunity for Architectural Regeneration.

  3. Alicia San-Antonio-Gonzalez, Ph.D. Student, Technical University of Madrid, Spain, Mercedes Del Rio Merino, Professor, Technical University of Madrid, Spain, Mariano Gonzalez Cortina, Professor, Technical University of Madrid, Spain & Rocio Santos Jimenez, Ph.D. Student, Technical University of Madrid, Spain. Feasibility of Recycling Cdw as Raw Material in Gypsum Composites.

  4. Robert Barnstone, Associate Professor, University of Technology/University of New South Wales, Australia. A New Family of Cements Made from Chemically Bonded Phosphate Ceramic Magnesium /Phosphate Ceramic Cements.




14:30-16:00 Session XVI (Room C): Building Types II

Chair: *Yrsa Cronhjort, Researcher, Aalto University School of Arts, Finland

  1. Silvana Maria Grillo, Associate Professor, University of Cagliari, Italy & Caterina Giannattasio, Professor, University of Cagliari, Italy. On Site and Laboratory Investigation on the 16th-17th Century Masonries: The Western Sardinian Coast Defensive Towers.

  2. Ching-Pin Tseng, Assistant Professor, Shu-Te University Taiwan, Taiwan. Narrative and the Substance of Architectural Spaces: The Design of Memorial Architecture as an Example.

  3. Burcin Kutsal, Lecturer, Zirve University, Turkey. Traces of Culture in Architecture: Traditional Gaziantep Houses.

  4. Nihan Canbakal Ataoglu, Lecturer, Individual Buildings and Building Types, Turkey. New Designs in Circulation Areas and Museums.




16:00-17:30 Session XVII (Room C): General Issues II

Chair: Nicholas Patricios, Director, Engineering & Architecture Research Division, & Dean Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Miami, USA.

  1. *Mehrdad Hadighi, Professor, Pennsylvania State University, USA. The Space of Impossible. (Tuesday 8 of July).

  2. Sergei Sena, Head, Moscow Center of Museum Development, Russia. The Masterpiece of Constructivism in the Steppe.

  3. Chi-Wen Fu, Student, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Modular Animal Farms: The Studies of Khun Piramit’s Goat Farm in a Muslim Community of Bangkok.

  4. Nattakul Phuangsombat, Student, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Animistic Architecture: Proposal Development for Bang Pli Market.

  5. Pimchanok Sriruttrakul, Student, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. A Phenomenological Study in Genius Loci: Implication for Architectural Design (Case Study, Talad Noi, Bangkok, Thailand).


17:30-20:30 Urban Walk (Details during registration)
21:00-22:00 Dinner (Details during registration)
Wednesday 9 July 2014

Cruise: (Details during registration)
Thursday 10 July 2014

Delphi Visit: (Details during registration)



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