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Wall between the structure of the intent and mechanics of writing in Architecture

The Iraqi Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2012, Volume 11, Issue 25, Pages 95-104

The current search trying to study deeply the semantic relations generated
from the adoption of mechanisms written with a certain intent on the board (the
wall), as a means of displaying architectural text which is of semantically
cumulative as it described as a traces .Where the Architected text is the writing
about a topic not attaching pictures of the past and heritage. To establish by the
search the structure of conceptual and assume to that a wall is not physically
dividing line between inside and outside of the space but dialogue bridge
between the designer and his intellectual reference at one side and the collective
recipient’s memory in the context of a specific community in the other side, A
dialogue reflected the change in the conceptual of cumulative written, and be far
away from attaching pictures of the past which based on the structure similarity
between the virtual vocabulary, toward the architected text depends on the
structure of the difference, deals with the previous text as a traces opened a
dialogue and multi-interpretation by the receiver, and then leading to a
multiplicity readings and thus away from the wall for easy repetition mirroring
the previous texts towards the speaking building in spite if a different
languages for depending on designers and formats that generate them. .

Excerption and inclusion in language and architecture

The Iraqi Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2009, Volume 8, Issue 16, Pages 129-150

Excerption and inclusion are two terms in Arabic rhetoric. The excerption is defined as a taking a part of text from Holly Quran or Hadith and put it in a poem, verse line, or put it in a prose text. But the linguistics expand the concept of this term to include taking from another sciences and knowledge, like Grammar, Philology, and Prosody.
Inclusion is defined as taking a verse line or part of verse line from another poet to put it in a new poem, it is necessary that the poet who take the text should declare it, and if he hides it, it will be plagiarism.
This search is use these two terms in architecture, we have now new two terms in architecture, first one; architectural excerption, it means the designer takes a part of religious or historical building and put it in his new design. The designer also can take from another sciences and knowledge, like physics, mathematics, or schools of modern criticism like deconstruction, to put his new design. The second term (architectural inclusion) means the designer takes a part of another modern design, neither religious nor historical, if he hides this, it is considered as architectural plagiarism.
The search proved that there are many architectural designs which include the meaning of these two terms.

The Relationship between Theoretical Concepts and Architecture

The Iraqi Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2008, Volume 7, Issue 12, Pages 45-61

Throughout history, man has questioned the existence of (phenomenas) that surrounds him, with the intention of finding convincing answers that could verify and generalize these events. His aim was to formulate a mental reality which could frame up these (phenomenas) in a theoretical discourse of his understanding. Architecture was distinguished by utilizing various projections on its reality in order to create its theoretical framework. This rollows a variety of references and sources. As a result, it contained various factors to match the intellectual demands of any period.
To understand the influence of variety in the theoretical input of architecture, this paper evaluates general and specific issues relevant to theoretical understanding. Subsequently, this paper deals with the application of the verify of theoretical presentation. Hence the problem is covered through two types of presentational concepts: an intellectual framework relevant to the research problem; and a philosophical framework that could verify the multiplicity of theoretical understanding. Various findings and conclusions where presented for the two types of framework.