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The Study on the Continuity of Iraq Traditional Culture and Spatial Elements Appeared in the Modern Apartment
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 Title & Authors
The Study on the Continuity of Iraq Traditional Culture and Spatial Elements Appeared in the Modern Apartment
Choi, Jaepil; Park, Chan-Young; Choi, Young-Jun; Kang, June-Kyung;
 
 Abstract
As demands for housing are rapidly increasing, many apartments are being built by foreign construction companies with high technical skills. However, in these cases, traditional characteristics can easily not be considered. The aim of this research is to study which elements of traditional residential culture and spaces are still continued in modern residential spaces and which element have disappeared due to modernization in Iraq. Plans of traditional courtyard houses and modern apartments in Iraq have been compared through review study, interviews, and analysis using Space Syntax. Results have shown how traditional cultures about protecting privacy and inviting guests have been continued in the modern culture and are also considered when planning apartments in Iraq. Also, spaces which are made to control temperature in hot and dry climates have disappeared and the kitchen is no longer a space for only women. Based on this study, further research is needed to develop a apartment prototype which consider cultures of Iraq. It is expected that Korean construction companies can use this as basic data when participating in apartment construction projects in Iraq.
 Keywords
Iraq;Traditional Courtyard house;Apartment;Residential Culture;Residential Space;
 Language
Korean
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