Les murs de façade des maisons du quartier Bui Thi Xuan à Hanoi : relations entre les organisations constructives, formelles et spatiales et les modes d'appropriation de la façade

Authors: Ngo, Le Minh
Advisor: Blais, Myriam
Abstract: The researching purpose of the thesis is to understand relationships between structure, form, space organization and ways of using the housing's façade in the quarter Bui Thi Xuan, Hanoi. The thesis will make analysis and describe main characters of the housing's façade from the angle of morphology and space use. Researching contents include 4 chapters. Chapter I will state an overview on the situation of Hanoi and Bui Thi Xuan ward, as well as the necessity of the research on the wall of housing's facades in the quarter Bui Thi Xuan and ways of using the housing's façade. Chapters II and III will indicate scientific bases and methodologies of the research in the thesis. These two chapters will focus on clarifying basic concepts of the housing wall, housing's façade as well as its structure, ways of using the façade and researching methodologies. Chapter IV will mention researching results of the thesis by describing and explaining main characters of the housing's façade, the relationship among structure, forms, space organization and ways of using the housing's façade in the quarter Bui Thi Xuan. The thesis will make contributions to clarifying main characters of the architecture of the façade from the angles of structure, form and space as well as indicate the influence of the façade's architecture on ways of using the façade by managing and controlling the indoor and outdoor space of local residents. Finally, this thesis also describes the relation between the functions of interior spaces and the form-space organization of housing's façade in the quarter Bui Thi Xuan.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2005
Open Access Date: 12 April 2018
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/18737
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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