The Beirut Dozen: Traditional Domestic Gardens as Spatial and Cultural Mediator
Type
paper/essay
Year
2007
The hakura, a village domestic garden, is at once a place of production and pleasure, a hybrid orchard/garden. The research applies space syntax analysis to evaluate the changing conception of the hakura when applied to the detached, 19th century Beiruti house garden. 

Source: Jala Makhzoumi
Citation
Makhzoumi, Jala and Reem Zako. “The Beirut Dozen: Traditional Domestic Gardens as Spatial and Cultural Mediator.” Proceedings, Sixth International Space Syntax Symposium, 12-15 June: Istanbul, 2007, pp. 064-1 - 064-12. 
Authorities
Copyright
Jala Makhzoumi
Country
Lebanon
Language
English
Keywords
typology
gardens
landscape design
landscape architecture (discipline)