Consumption in Architecture

Study in the formulas for dealing with consumption in the local architecture

  • Ibrahim Jawad Kadhim University of Technology
  • Ahmed Salim Khalaf
Keywords: Architecture history


Architectural trends and their developments witnessed new ideas at many levels; one of these ideas is known as consumption, which is one of the new themes in an old concept and in its prese nce, which takes place effective today in the field of architecture. And plays a role in changing the architectural constants targets, and plays a role in changing the architectural constants targets, or classification of priorities . Every body tries to search for new and evolving architecture through what is available has advanced technological methods. This will be directed Search, make the process of change and evolution in architecture is not only very close and meet human needs, but to make the first need produce innovative and creative architecture. Determine the general direction of search in the consumption of meaning forms in architecture


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How to Cite
Ibrahim Jawad Kadhim and Ahmed Salim Khalaf (1) “Consumption in Architecture”, Iraqi Journal of Architecture and Planning, 11(1), pp. 159-182. doi: 10.36041/iqjap.v11i1.503.
Architectural History

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