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|Title:||The influence of Bauhaus architecture, Ramallah as case study, West Bank Palestine||Authors:||Jawabrah, Muain Qasem
|Keywords:||Bauhaus;Architectural design - Palestine - West Bank - History;Architecture - Palestine - West Bank - History||Issue Date:||May-2020||Publisher:||European Journal of Academic Essays||Journal:||European Journal of Academic Essays 2(1): pp-pp, 2020||Series/Report no.:||ISSN (online): 2183-1904;ISSN (print): 2183-3818||Abstract:||Abstract: The Bauhaus was the most influential modernist art school of the 20th century, one whose approach to teaching, and understanding art’s relationship to society and technology, had a major impact both in Europe and the united states long after it closed. This paper presents the Bauhaus style. Its history and characteristics. It also studies its influence on Palestinian architecture as a form of the Bauhaus international influence. The research focuses on the city of Ramallah, which has significant Bauhaus buildings, taking the building of Hanania & Kharaz building as a case study. Historical Overview shedding light on the current Architectural design in Ramallah City Centre (RCC), in concern with the problem of city image and city identity in urban planning and Design. This paper is coming to recommend how Bauhaus Architecture design influence an urban atmosphere that is beautiful, attractive, environmental, functional, and able to hold Palestinian life in a more descent appropriate way. Keywords: Bauhaus, modern design, Bauhaus style, Palestinian architecture, Ramallah City.||Description:||Article published in : European Journal of Academic Essays 2(1): pp-pp, 2020, and also published in : International Journal of Science and Research, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 1085-1090, May 2020||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6415|
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