Publications et communications de Shady Attia

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Bilir, S., & Attia, S. (2018). Evaluation of Adaptive Facades: A case study of the Swiss School in Dubai. In A., Luible (Ed.), Adaptive Facades. Luzern, Switzerland.
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Adaptive facades are performance based envelopes that are able to respond dynamically to climatic conditions. One of the recognized adaptive façade technologies is electrochromic glazing. However, very few ...
Attia, S., Bilir, S., & Safy, T. (2018). Adaptive Facades Performance Assessment, interviews with facade experts. Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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Adaptive facades can ensure step-change progresses in the energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy while improving the comfort of the occupants. Therefore, the purpose of this structured interview is ...
Attia, S. (2018). Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB): Concepts, Frameworks and Roadmap for Project Analysis and Implementation. Elsevier.
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Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB): Concepts, Frameworks and Roadmap for Project Analysis and Implementation the author provide readers elements to understand, combine and contextualize their design decisions on ...
Attia, S. (2018). Regenerative and Positive Impact Architecture: Learning from Case Studies. London, United Kingdom: Springer International Publishing.
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Regenerative design holds great promise for a new era of sustainable and positive impact architecture, sparking considerable interest among architects, building professionals and their clients. Until now there ...
Amer, M., Mustafa, A., Teller, J., Attia, S., & Reiter, S. (2017). A Methodology to Determine the Potential of Urban Densification through Roof Stacking. Sustainable Cities and Society, 35, 677-691.
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Facing the need to accommodate a growing number of inhabitants in major European cities, this research aimed to establish a methodology that facilitates decision making on urban densification through roof ...
Attia, S., Polyvios, E., Xeni, F., & Morlot, R. (2017). Overview and future challenges of nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) design in Southern Europe. Energy and Buildings, 155, 439–458.
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In times of great transition of the European construction sector to energy efficient and nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB), a market observation containing qualitative and quantitative indications should ...
Attia, S. (2017). Resource efficiency and circularity in engineering higher education. In M., Moula, O., Pekka, S., Jaana, & K., Gyöngi (Eds.), Constructing A Green Circular Society (pp. 62-84). Helsinki, Finland: University of Helsinki.
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Changing engineering student’s knowledge, skills and attitudes about resource efficiency, regenerative design and circularity in the built environment is a serious challenge. The development of engineering ...
Attia, S. (2017). Evaluation of adaptive facades: The case study of Al Bahr Towers in the UAE. Shaping Qatar’s Sustainable Built Environment, 2(6), 1-13.
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The assessment of adaptive facades presents a barrier as there is no established assessment technique. Many of the available facade performance evaluation systems or frameworks have limited applicability for ...
Attia, S., Hamdy, M., & Ezzeldin, S. (2017). Twenty-year tracking of lighting savings and power density in the residential sector. Energy and Buildings, 154, 113-126.
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Lighting energy consumption represents a significant percentage of total energy consumption in residential building sector. During the last 20 years, advanced energy-efficient lighting fixtures have been ...
Hamdy, M., Siren, K., & Attia, S. (2017). Impact of Financial Assumptions on the Cost Optimality towards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings- A case study. Energy and Buildings, 153, 421-438.
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The energy efficiency challenge in Europe is mainly concerned with existing buildings and the investment scenarios to implement deep renovations. The cost-optimal approach imposed on EU-Member states by the ...
Gauvreau-Lemelin, C., & Attia, S. (2017). Benchmarking the Environmental Impact of Green and Traditional Masonry Wall Constructions. In L., Brotas, S., Roaf, & N., Fergus (Eds.), Passive low energy architecture design to thrive (pp. 2856-2863). Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.
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In Belgium, the most common approach for nearly Zero Energy Buildings is to comply with the locally modified version of the German Passive House (PH) Standard that requires a very low conductivity of exterior ...
Amer, M., & Attia, S. (2017). ROOF STACKING: Learned Lessons from Architects (1). Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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Roof Stacking represents an approach to accommodate increasing population in the major cities around Europe, new agendas for urban densification emerge in response of finding sustainable solutions to use ...
Roshan, G., Farrokhzad, M., & Attia, S. (2017). Defining thermal comfort boundaries for heating and cooling demand estimation in Iran's urban settlements. Building & Environment, 121, 168-189.
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Iran has diverse climate variability, comfort boundaries for each geographic region must be defined in order to present current architectural design recommendations and proper mechanical systems design to meet ...
Attia, S. (2017). Yearbook 2016 Ateliers d'Architecture III: Logement collectif durable et conception régénérative. Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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Regarder aujourd'hui les défis pour la planification et la conception de l'environnement bâti durable, y compris les émissions de carbone, les changements climatiques, la santé humaine, les problèmes d'eau, la ...
Attia, S., Teller, J., & Mahy, G. (Eds.). (2017). 4th Doctoral Seminar on Sustainability Research in the Built Environment Book of Abstracts. Liège, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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The DS2BE is a joint initiative of research groups working on sustainability issues at 8 Belgian universities: ULBruxelles, VUBrussel, KULeuven, UCLouvain, ULiège, UHasselt, UAntwerpen and UGent. Conceived as ...
Belkhouane, H., Hensen, J., & Attia, S. (2017). Thermal comfort models for net zero energy buildings in hot climates. Second International Conference on Energy and Indoor Environment for Hot Climates. Doha, Qatar.
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Several energy efficiency concepts and comfort models emerged in the last 15 years seeking high performance buildings and optimal occupant comfort conditions. The aim of high performance buildings is to reduce ...
Muresan, A. A., & Attia, S. (2017). Energy Efficiency in the Romanian Residential Building Stock: A Literature Review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 74, 349-363.
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The building sector in Romania is dominated by residential buildings that are old and have poor thermal performance. As member of the European Union, Romania has to reach the objectives imposed by the ...
Attia, S. (2017). Best Practices for NZEB design in Mixed & Cooling Dominated Climates. In T., HARPUTLUGİL, Symposium for Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings Project (pp. 221). Ankara, Turkey.
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High performance buildings including net zero energy buildings (NZEB) are facing difficulty to become market mainstream in warm and hot climates. Beside the economic there are serious technical and design ...
Attia, S. (2016). Evaluation of adaptive facades: Case study, Al Bahar Towers, UAE. In A., Amato, TOGETHER LET’S BUILD A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE (pp. 115-123). Doha, Qatar: Qatar Green Building Council.
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The assessment of adaptive facades presents a barrier in light of the fact that there is no settled assessment technique se to systematically reach this goal. Many of the available façade performance ...
Attia, S., & Al-Khuraissat, M. (2016). Life Cycle Costing for a Near Zero Energy Building in Jordan: Initial Study. The 5th Architectural Jordanian International Conference. Amman, Jordan: Jordan Engineers Association.
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Green Building movement has grown in Jordan for the last 10 year for environmental and financial reasons directly related to energy consumption and cost. Despite the few success stories, green design and green ...
Attia, S., Eleftheriou, P., Xeni, F., Morlot, R., Ménézo, C., Kostopoulos, V., Betsi, M., Kalaitzoglou, I., Pagliano, L., Almeida, M., Ferreira, M., Baracu, T., Badescu, V., Crutescu, R., & Hidalgo-Betanzos, J. M. (2016). Overview of challenges of residential nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) in Southern Europe (1, 1st). Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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In times of great transition of the European construction sector to energy efficient and nearly zero energy buildings (nZEBs), a market observation containing qualitative and quantitative indications should ...
Attia, S. (2016). Introducing regenerative design and circularity into architectural and engineering curriculum. In Mazijn (Ed.), BUILDING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY TOGETHER (pp. 89-96). Bruges, Belgium: Univeriste de Bruges.
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Looking today to the challenges for planning and design of sustainable built environment including, carbon emissions, climate change, human health, water problems, biodiversity, scarcity of resources ...
Attia, S., & Detroz, P. (2016). Flipped classes and enriched skeleton maps to foster deep and interactive learning in engineering education. In Mazijn, BUILDING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY TOGETHER. Bruges, Belgium: Univeriste de Bruges.
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This paper reports the initial experience of applying the enriched skeleton mapping technique as innovative and meaningful learning methods within a flipped class teaching setting. Driven by the low confidence ...
Roshan, G. R., Ghanghermeh, A. A., & Attia, S. (2016). Determining new threshold temperatures for cooling and heating degree day index of different climatic zones of Iran. Renewable Energy : An International Journal, 101(2017), 156-167.
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Iran is a country with a variety of different climates. Determining the threshold temperatures suitable for providing thermal and climatic comfort is necessary and vital to its population well-being. This ...
Meliani, H., Teller, J., & Attia, S. (2016). Architectural and Environmental Housing Typology Analysis in Huamachuco, Peru. In P., La Roche & M., Schiler, Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference (1st). Los Angeles, USA: PLEA.
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This work focuses on the city of Huamachuco, a town 3200 meters above sea level in Northern Peru. The main aim of this study is to share and disseminate technological knowledge on architecture, building ...
Attia, S., & Bashandy, H. (2016). Evaluation of Adaptive Facades: The Case Study of AGC Headquarter in Belgium. In J., Belis & C., Louter, Challenging Glass 5 (1). Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University.
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The evaluation of adaptive facades presents a challenge because there is no established evaluation strategy to systematically reach this goal and many of the available façade performance evaluation tools have ...
Amer, M., & Attia, S. (2016). DenCity: Zero Energy Light Weight Construction Households for Urban Densification. Rencontres Universitaires de Génie Civil de l'AUGC. Liege, Belgique.
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This paper is a part of an ongoing research in the field of sustainable urban densification through providing innovative solutions for zero energy light weight construction. The focus aim of this research is ...
Attia, S. (2016). Yearbook 2015 Ateliers d'Architecture III: Logement collectif durable et conception régénérative (1). Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab, Liege University.
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C’est en Wallonie que la naissance de la seconde révolution industrielle a débuté. La Wallonie est une terre d’innovation. Dans ce contexte, c’est le lieu de création comme le béton de chanvre, les briques ...
Amer, M., & Attia, S. (2016, April 27). DenCity: Zero Energy Lightweight Construction Households for Urban Densification. Paper presented at DS2BE: Doctoral Seminar on Sustainability Research in the built Environemnt, Leuven, Belgium.
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Belgium, like many European Countries, has a serious challenge in the housing sector. The Federal planning bureau estimates the increase of the population by one million inhabitants by 2030, which represent ...
Attia, S. (2016). Towards regenerative and positive impact architecture: A comparison of two net zero energy buildings. Sustainable Cities and Society, 26(2016), 393-406.
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Abstract Regenerative design holds great promise for a new era of sustainable and positive impact architecture, sparking considerable interest among architects, building professionals and their clients ...
Attia, S. (2016). Bâtiment Vert et Zéro Energie au Qatar. Doha, Qatar.
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Rencontré au cours de la conférence de QGBC et entretien Thierry Dominique Lesales chroniqueur environnement a la station de Radio ORYX FM 94.0, Qatar.
Singh, M. K., Attia, S., Mahapatra, S., & Teller, J. (2016). Assessment of thermal comfort in existing pre-1945 residential building stock. Energy, 98(March), 122-134.
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The building sector is the third-largest consumer of primary energy in Belgium. This is partly because of the high percentage of old buildings (buildings constructed before 1945) in its building stock ...
Attia, S., & Bashandy, H. (2015). Evaluation of Adaptive Facades, AGC Building a case study of an automated glass facade: Interviews and Process Mapping with the Design Team (1). Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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The evaluation of adaptive facades presents a challenge because there is no established evaluation strategy to systematically reach this goal and many of the available façade performance evaluation tools have ...
Attia, S., Favoino, F., Loonen, R., Petrovski, A., & Monge-Barrio, A. (2015). Adaptive Façades System Assessment: An initial review. Advanced Building Skins (pp. 1265-1273). Munich, Germany: 978-3-98120538-1.
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The assessment of adaptive facades presents a challenge because there is no established evaluation strategy to systematically reach this goal and many of the available building energy standards and codes have ...
Attia, S. (2015). Adaptive Façades Systems: procedures and protocols for performance monitoring & evaluation. In Andreas Luible, Adaptive facade network – Europe (1, pp. 46). TU-Delft.
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The assessment of adaptive facades presents a challenge because there is no established evaluation strategy to systematically reach this goal and many of the available building energy standards and codes ...
Attia, S. (2015). Yearbook 2014-2015 Ateliers d'Architecture III: Logement collectif durable et conception régénérative. Liege, Belgium: SBD Lab.
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Par une approche se situant à différentes échelles d’intervention de l’habitat multiple et complexe au détail constructif - l’atelier a visé à explorer les stratégies d’architecture durable régénérative ...
Attia, S. (2015). Screening and analyzing retrofit systems for zero energy renovation and their potential application in Liège, Belgium. In AEE INTEC (Ed.), High-quality retrofit and redensification with timber construction systems (pp. 167-175). Graz, Austria.
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Retrofit systems for Zero Energy Renovation comes energy as the most topical subject in the Belgian construction sector. Concepts and solutions for zero energy renovation are a new topic. Since 2006, Belgium ...
Attia, S. (2015). Overview and recommendation on urban densification potential in Liège, Belgium. In AEE INTEC (Ed.), High-quality retrofit and redensification with timber construction systems (pp. 62-69). Graz, Austria.
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Belgium, like many European Countries, has a serious challenge in the housing sector. The Federal planning bureau estimates the increase of population by one million inhabitants by 2030, which represent 600 ...
Ruellan, G., & Attia, S. (2015). Wood, the material of tomorrow's retrofits. High-quality retrofit and redensification with timber construction systems.
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The construction sector has focused for many years on performance improvement of new constructions. Today's largest problem is the energetic retrofitting of existing buildings. The building retrofit is an ...
Attia, S., & Carlucci, S. (2015, June 11). Impact of Different Thermal Comfort Models on Zero Energy Residential Buildings in Hot Climate. Energy & Buildings, 117-128.
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The selection of a thermal comfort model for establishing indoor optimal hygrothermal conditions during the hot period has a major impact on energy consumption of Net Zero Energy Buildings in hot climates. The ...
Ana Mureșan, A., & Attia, S. (2015). Literature Review Analysis on Energy Performance and Sustainable Buildings in Romania. Liege, Belgium: Sustainable Buildings Design Lab.
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This work is a part of the Master of Science Thesis written during the mobility organized by the Erasmus + Programme for exchange students at Universite de Liege, in Belgium (Université de Liège, Belgique ...
Attia, S. (Ed.), & Ana Muresan, A. (Trans.). (2015). Romanian Standards for Energy Performance in Buildings Translation of the Romanian Standards for Energy Performance in Buildings (1, 1st). Liege, Belgium: Sustainable Buildings Design Lab.
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This work is a part of the Master of Science Thesis written during the mobility organized by the Erasmus + Programme for exchange students at Universite de Liege, in Belgium (Université de Liège, Belgique ...
Attia, S., Hamdy, M., Carlucci, S., Pagliano, L., Bucking, S., & Hasan, A. (2015). Modelling, Design, and Optimisation of Net-Zero Energy Buildings. In A., Athienitis & O’Brien (Eds.), Building Performance Optimisation of Net Zero-Energy Buildings (1st ed, pp. 300-330). Berlin, Germany: Wiley and Sons.
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Automated mathematical building performance optimisation (BPO) paired with building performance simulation (BPS) is a promising solution to use as a means to evaluating many different design options and obtain ...
Attia, S. (2015, January). Le concept d’« enriched skeleton map » dans le cadre des classes inversée en sciences appliquées. Paper presented at 27e colloque de l’ADMEE – Association pour le développement des méthodologies d'évaluation en éducation, Liège, Belgium.
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Cet article rend compte d’une 1ère expérience consistant à utiliser une carte schématique enrichie en tant que technique d’enseignement et d’apprentissage interactive et facilitant l’autorégulation. En raison ...
Attia, S. (2014, August 20). Green Roof Potential in Arab Cities. EcoMENA.
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Urban green roofs have long been promoted as an easy and effective strategy for beautifying the built environment and increasing investment opportunity. The building roof is very important because it has a ...
Amer, M., & Attia, S. (2014). Investigation into the Influence of External Walls Reflectivity on the Indoor Daylight Availability in Desert Climates. Conference Proceedings: Building Simulation and Optimization 2014. London, UK.
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Hot arid climates are characterized by clear sunny sky most of the year time. Such climates affects the urban morphology, which requires sometimes dense urban fabric. Narrow streets have significant effect on ...
Attia, S., & Zawaydeh, S. (2014). Strategic Decision Making For Zero Energy Buildings in Jordan. Paper presented at Jordanian Architects Society Seminar, Amman, Jordan.
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Attia, S. (2014). Assessing the Thermal Performance of Bedouin Tents in Hot Climates. ASHRAE Energy & Indoor Environment for Hot Climates. Doha, Qatar.
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The aims of this study it to improve conditions inside Bedouin tents shelters and to develop tools to assess shelter quality and comfort. A prototype tent was tested in hot conditions with an internal vapor ...
Attia, S. (2014). The Usability of Green Building Rating Systems in Hot Arid Climates. ASHRAE Energy & Indoor Environment for Hot Climates.
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To develop adaptable and context sensitive building rating systems, the present work aimed to evaluate four rating systems that emerged recently in the Middle East. Literature review and cross comparison ...
Attia, S., & Zawaydeh, S. (2014). Strategic Decision Making For Zero Energy Buildings in Jordan. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Energy & Indoor Environment for Hot Climates. Doha, Qatar.
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This paper presents the results of combined economic and computational study of different integrated passive and active design strategies for the Jordanian residential building sector. A representative house ...
Attia, S., & Hensen, J. (2014). Investigating the Impact of Different Thermal Comfort Models for Zero Energy Buildings in Hot Climates. Proceedings 1st Int. Conf. on Energy and Indoor Environment for Hot Climates.
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The selection of a thermal comfort model has a major impact on energy consumption of Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) in hot climates. The objective of this paper is to compare the influence of using ...
Attia, S., & Dabaieh, M. (2013). The usability of green building rating systems in hot arid climates: A case study in Siwa, Egypt. Proceedings of the 4th Biennial subtropical cities conference. Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.
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In the last ten years there has been a proliferation of regional building rating systems across the Middle East (ME). Most those emerging rating systems and labels emulate the British and American rating ...
Attia, S., & Geoffrey, V. M. (2013). Bioclimatic Design in Casablanca (Morocco): Decision Support through Building Performance Simulation. Proceedings of the 4th Biennial subtropical cities conference. Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.
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In this paper, bioclimatic design strategies in Moroccan architecture have been analyzed for the city of Casablanca. The aim of this study is to enable architects to re-understand the lessons of tradition ...
Attia, S. (2013). Achieving Informed Decision-Making using Building Performance Simulation. Proceeding of the Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe Conference. Delft, Netherlands.
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Building performance simulation (BPS) is the basis for informed decision-making of Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) design. This paper aims to investigate the use of building performance simulation tools as a ...
Attia, S., & Andersen, M. (2013). Measuring the Usability and Effectiveness of CAAD Tools and Applications. Proceeding of the Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe Conference. Delft, Netherlands.
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Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) decisions and judgments have been at the heart of architectural design practice. Despite the increasing popularity of computer aided design applications, measuring ...
Attia, S., Gratia, E., De Herde, A., & Hensen, J. (2013). Early decision support for net zero energy buildings design using building performance simulation. Clean Technology for Smart Cities and Buildings. Lausanne, Switzerland.
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This paper aims to investigate the use of building performance simulation tools as a method of informing the design decision of NZEBs. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of a simulation-based ...
Attia, S., & Evrard, A. (2013). Benchmark Models for Air Conditioned Residential Buildings in Hot Humid Climate. Proceedings of the 13th Conference of International Building Performance Simulation Association. Chambery, France.
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This study reports the results of a recent field survey for residential apartment buildings in Egypt. The aim of the survey is to create representative building energy models. Two building performance ...
Attia, S., Beney, J. F., & Andersen, M. (2013). Application of the Cradle to Cradle paradigm to a housing unit in Switzerland: Findings from a prototype design. PLEA 2013 Munich: Sustainable Architecture for a Renewable Future. Munchen, Germany.
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The Cradle to Cradle (C2C) paradigm is emerging as an important regenerative design approach. C2C is aiming to create a positive footprint of the built environment, beyond carbon neutrality. The general idea ...
Attia, S., Hamdy, M., O’Brien, W., & Carlucci, S. (2013). Computational Optimisation for Zero Energy Buildings Design Interviews results with twenty eight International expert. Proceedings of the 13th Conference of International Building Performance Simulation Association. Chambery, France.
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This paper summarizes a study that was undertaken to reveal potential challenges and opportunities for integrating optimisation tools in Net/Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) Design. The paper reviews ...
Attia, S., Gratia, E., De Herde, A., & Hensen, J. L. M. (2013). A Tool for Design Decision Making Zero Energy Residential Buildings in Hot Humid Climate. Proceedings of the 13th Conference of International Building Performance Simulation Association. Chambery, France.
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Informed decision-making is the basis for the design of Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs). This paper investigates the use of building performance simulation tools as a method of informing the design decision ...
Attia, S., Walter, E., & Andersen, M. (2013). Identifying and modeling the integrated design process of net Zero Energy buildings. Proceedings of the High Performance Buildings - Design and Evaluation Methodologies Conference. Brussels, Belgium.
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High Performance Buildings (HPB), including Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) and nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) are emerging as an important market in Europe and around the world. However, there are very ...
Attia, S., Hamdy, M., O’Brien, W., & Carlucci, S. (2013). Assessing gaps and needs for integrating building performance optimization tools in net zero energy buildings design. Energy and Buildings, 60, 110-124.
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This paper summarizes a study undertaken to reveal potential challenges and opportunities for integrating optimization tools in net zero energy buildings (NZEB) design. The paper reviews current trends in ...
Attia, S., De Herde, A., Gratia, E., & Hensen, J. L. M. (2013). Achieving informed decision-making for net zero energy buildings design using building performance simulation tools. Building Simulation, 6(1), 3-21.
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Building performance simulation (BPS) is the basis for informed decision-making of Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) design. This paper aims to investigate the use of building performance simulation tools as a ...
Amer, M., Moro, J. L., & Attia, S. (2013). Parametric Analysis for Daylight Autonomy and Energy Consumption in Hot Climates. Building Simulation Conference, Chambéry 25-28 August 2013.
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Signifcant contradiction arises in buildings in the hot climate regions when relating window sizes and shadings to achieve both reduced energy consumption (requiring minimum opening ratios and more shading ...
Attia, S. (2012). New construction or renovation in Belgium: Setting the net and nearly zero energy building target in perspective. PassiveHouse 2012 Conference Proceedings. Brussels, Belgium: Passiefhuis-Platform, Plateforme Maison Passive.
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The recast of the European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) requires all new buildings to be “nearly zero energy’ buildings (nZEB) by 2020, including existing buildings undergoing major renovations ...
Attia, S., & Wanas, O. (2012). The Database of Egyptian Building Envelopes (DEBE): A database for building energy simulations. Proceedings of SimBuild 2012.
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This paper is a part of an ongoing research that aims to describe the influence of building constructions on energy consumption through a survey that is conducted in Cairo and its surrounding residential ...
Attia, S., Evrard, A., & Gratia, E. (2012). Development of benchmark models for the Egyptian residential buildings sector. Applied Energy, 94, 270-284.
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The aim of this study is to develop representative simulation building energy data sets and benchmark models for the Egyptian residential sector. This study reports the results of a recent field survey for ...
Attia, S., Gratia, E., De Herde, A., & Hensen, J. L. M. (2012). Simulation-based decision support tool for early stages of zero-energy building design. Energy and Buildings, 49, 2-15.
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There is a need for decision support tools that integrate energy simulation into early design of zero energy buildings in the architectural practice. Despite the proliferation of simulation programs in the ...
Attia, S. (2012). A Tool for Design Decision Making Zero Energy Residential Buildings in Hot Humid Climates. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Université Catholique de Louvain – UCL, ​Louvain La Neuve, ​​Belgique.
Jury: De Herde, A. (Promotor), Vandenburg, D., Hensen, J. L. M., Gratia, E., Bodart, M., & Steemers, K.
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Informed decision-making is the basis for the design of Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs). This thesis investigates the use of building performance simulation tools as a method of informing the design ...
Attia, S. (2012). A Case Study for a Zero Impact Building in Belgium: Mondo Solar-2002. International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban Development, 2(2), 137-142.
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This paper presents the Solar-2002 zero impact renovation project in Belgium. Its characteristics are based on fundamental principles taking advantage of natural resources by diverting the sun shine and rain ...
Attia, S., Weytjens, L., De Herde, A., & Verbeeck, G. (2012). A comparative study of the ‘architect-friendliness’ of six building performance simulation tools. International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban Development, 2(3), 237-244.
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Concerning net zero energy buildings, providing early design support for architects has never been more important. In this context, building performance simulation tools could be a strong supportive technique ...
Attia, S., & Mlecnik, E. (2012). Avoiding the elephant: the net and nearly zero energy building target in Belgium. World Sustainable Energy Days.
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The recast of the European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) requires all new buildings to be “nearly zero energy’ buildings (nZEB) by 2020, including existing buildings undergoing major renovations ...
Attia, S., & Mlecnik, E. (2012). Principles for nearly zero energy building in Belgium. World Sustainable Energy Days. Wels, Austria.
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The recast of the European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) requires all new buildings to be “nearly zero energy’ buildings (nZEB) by 2020, including existing buildings undergoing major renovations ...
Moeseke, G., Attia, S., Massart, C., Dartevelle, O., & De Herde, A. (2012). Proposition de redéfinition pragmatique des bâtiments net-zéro énergie. Symposium PassiveHouse 2012.
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La notion de NZEB, en tant qu’indicateur de performance, doit répondre à un triple objectif de rigueur scientifique, d'ambition proportionnelle à l'enjeu et de pragmatisme. Nous montrons que la définition ...
Attia, S. (2012). Computational Optimisation for Zero Energy Building Design, Interviews with Twenty Eight International Experts. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: Architecture et climat.
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Given the implication of designing Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs), which involves complex passive and active design strategies, the use of computational automated optimization techniques is becoming more ...
Attia, S., Hamdy, M., Samaan, M., De Herde, A., & Hensen, J. L. M. (2011). Towards strategic use of BPS tools in Egypt. Proceedings of 12th International Building Performance Simulation Association - 2011. Sydney, Australia: IBPSA.
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This paper provides an overview of the use of building performance simulation (BPS) among the building design professionals in Egypt. To assess the situation and highlight the status and difficulties encounter ...
Atanasiu, B., & Attia, S. (Crit. Ed.). (2011). Principles for nearly Zero-energy Buildings: Paving the way for effective implementation of policy requirements. In B., Atanasiu (Ed.), Principles for nearly Zero-energy Buildings: Paving the way for effective implementation of policy requirements (pp. 124). Brussels, Belgium: BPIE.
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The European Union (EU) aims at drastic reductions in domestic greenhouse gas (GHG)emissions of 80% by 2050 compared to 1990 levels. The building stock is responsible for a major share of GHG emissions and ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2011). Early design simulation tools for net zero energy buildings: a comparison of ten tools. Conference Proceedings of 12th International Building Performance Simulation Association, 2011.
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Given the challenges to design Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs), the use of Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools during early design phases has been indispensable. In this context, we compare ten early ...
Attia, S., Mlecnik, E., & Van Loon, S. (2011). Net zero energy building: a review of current definitions and definition development in Belgium. Proceedings of Passive House 2011. Brussels, Belgium.
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The recast of the European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) requires the uptake of a definition of so called ‘nearly zero energy’ buildings (nZEB). Belgium was first to set a definition for a ‘net ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2011). Design Decision Tool for Zero Energy Buildings, Passive and Low Energy Architecture. Proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) 2011. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: PLEA.
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Proposing initial ideas for zero energy buildings is a difficult task. Various existing BPS tools have been proposed and are used to support the design of zero energy buildings during later design stages ...
Attia, S., & Duchhart, I. (2011). Bioclimatic landscape design in extremely hot and arid climates. Proceedings of 27th Conference of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) 2011. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: PLEA.
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In the desert the role of bioclimatic landscape design is to consider three major environmental factors, solar radiation, evaporation, wind and air flows. Therefore the landscape architect should be prepared ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2011). Defining Zero Energy Buildings from a Cradle to Cradle Approach. Conference proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) 2011. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: PLEA.
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Several bodies including the DOE, ASHRAE and the IEA SHC Task 40 are working on developing definitions for Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs). Most existing definitions are based on setting a performance metric ...
Attia, S., Hensen, J. L., Beltrán, L., & De Herde, A. (2011). Selection Criteria for Building Performance Simulation Tools: Contrasting Architects and Engineers Needs. Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 5(3), 155-169.
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This article summarises a study undertaken to reveal potential challenges and opportunities for using building performance simulation (BPS) tools. The article reviews current trends in building simulation and ...
Attia, S. (2011). State of the Art of Existing Early Design Simulation Tools for Net Zero Energy Buildings: A Comparison of Ten Tools. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: Architecture et climat.
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Given the challenges to design Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) the use of Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools during early design phases has been indispensable. In this context, BPS techniques can be ...
Mlecnik, & Attia, S. (2011). NZEB Definitions: current market status and certification in Belgium.
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The recast of the European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) requires the uptake of a definition of so called ‘nearly zero energy’ buildings (nZEB). Belgium was first to set a definition for a ‘net ...
Weytjens, L., Attia, S., Verbeeck, G., & De Herde, A. (2010). A comparative study of the ‘architect-friendliness’ of six building performance simulation tools. Proceedings of Sustainable Buildings CIB 2010. maastricht, Netherlands: euroregional sb10.
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Concerning net zero energy buildings, providing early design support for architects has never been more important. In this context, building performance simulation tools could be a strong supportive technique ...
Attia, S. (2010). Towards a definition of zero impact buildings. In R., Rovers (Ed.), Towards 0-Impact Buildings and Built Environments (pp. 105-112). Techne Press.
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There have been several attempts to define zero impact or near zero impact buildings. Most of these are based on measuring performance or on metric benchmarks regarding the quantity or quality of the various ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2010). Strategic Decision Making For Zero Energy Buildings in Hot Climates. Proceedings of EuroSun 2010. Graz, Austria.
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The Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) objective has raised the bar for sustainable development among architects and developers in hot climates. The objective of this paper is to investigate the influence of ...
Athienitis, A., & Attia, S. (2010). Strategic Design, Optimization, and Modelling Issues of Net-Zero Energy Solar Buildings. Proceedings of Eurosun 2010. Graz, Austria: Eurosun.
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The design of net-zero energy solar buildings (NZESBs) presents a challenge because there is no established design strategy to systematically reach this goal and many of the available building energy tools ...
Attia, S. (2010). Active solar retrofit of a residential house, a case study in Egypt. Proceedings of the National Solar Conference 2010. Buffalo, USA: American Solar Energy Society.
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There are extraordinary opportunities to reduce the consumption of fossil energy in retrofitting existing buildings in Egypt. For instance, South Tahrir (150km northwest of Cairo) falls in the arid climate ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2010). Sizing Photovoltaic Systems during Early Design A Decision Tool for Architects. Conference proceedings of American Solar Energy Society - 2010. Arizona, USA.
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Despite all the available solar technologies and the opportunity to reduce energy demand, solar energy systems are in most cases not used in buildings today. The lack of technical knowledge among architects is ...
Attia, S. (2010). Zero Energy Retrofit Case Study of a Chalet in Ain-Sukhna, EGYPT. Conference proceedings of American Solar Energy Society - 2010. Arizona, USA.
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This paper presents the results of combined economic and computational study of different integrated passive and active design strategies for the Red Sea Coastline of Egypt. A chalet, located in Ain-Sukhna is ...
Attia, S. (2010). Building Performance Simulation Tools: Selection Criteria and User Survey. Louvain La Neuve, Belgium: Architecture et climat.
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This report reviews potential challenges and opportunities for using Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools. After reviewing current trends in building simulation, it outlines major criteria for BPS tools ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2010). Towards a Definition for Zero Impact Buildings. Sustainable Buildings CIB 2010. Maastricht, Netherlands: CIB.
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There have been several attempts to define zero impact or near zero impact buildings. Most of these are based on measuring performance or on metric benchmarks regarding the quantity or quality of the various ...
Altomonte, S., & Attia, S. (2010). EDUCATE State of the Art Professional Practice. Nottingham, UK: Nottingham University.
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State of the Art of Environmental Sustainability in Professional Practice. The results of a survey about Environmental Sustainability in the professional practive of architecture and construction.
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2010). Aiming Zero Impact Buildings: Mondo Solar-2002, A case study in Belgium. Sustainable Buildings CIB 2010. Maastricht, The Netherlands: EuregionalSB10.
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This paper presents the Solar-2002 zero impact renovation project in Belgium. Its characteristics are based on fundamental principles taking advantage of natural resources by diverting the sun shine and rain ...
Altomonte, S., Attia, S., Herde, A., & Dartevelle, O. (2010). EDUCATE State of the Art Academic Curricula and Conditions for Registration. Nottingham, UK: Nottingham University.
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The analysis and consolidation of the state of the art of environmental sustainability in higher education and in the conditions for accreditation and professional registration has constituted one of the tasks ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2009). Bioclimatic Architecture Design Strategies in Egypt. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies. Aachen, Germany.
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In this paper, bioclimatic design strategies in vernacular Egyptian architecture have been analysed for three different climatic regions of Egypt. The climatic regions of Egypt are: hot dry, hot mild and hot ...
Attia, S. (2009). Bioclimatic landscape design strategy: Bioclimatic-zone Concept for site planning in arid climates. Proceedings of the 3rd CIB International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Built Environment. Delft, Netherlands: SASBE- TUD.
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One of the primary objectives of landscape architecture in hot areas is to improve the micro-climate passively by modifying the extremes of particular environmental conditions through increasing or decreasing ...
Attia, S., & Mahmoud, A. (2009). Green Roofs in Cairo: A Holistic Approach for Healthy Productive Cities. Proceedings of 7th Annual Greening Rooftops for Sustainable Communities. Atlanta, USA: Greenroofs for healthy cities.
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In Cairo, the amount of green space per inhabitant is roughly equivalent to 0.33 square meters per person (3.5 square feet), one of the lowest proportions in the world. Green roofs are presented in this study ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2009). Designing the Malqaf for summer cooling in low-rise housing an experimental study. Proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) 2009. Quebec, Canada: Les Presses de l’Université Laval.
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The malqaf or windcatcher is Egyptian vernacular archetypal device that traps the wind into the building. For centuries, the malqaf has been used as a viable solution to ensure natural ventilation. However ...
Attia, S., & De Herde, A. (2009). Impact and potential of community scale low-energy retrofit: case study in Cairo. Proceedings of the 3rd CIB International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Built Environment. Delft, Netherlands: TU Delft.
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There are extraordinary opportunities to reduce the consumption of fossil energy as a result of retrofitting the existing buildings in Egypt. For instance, Cairo falls in the arid climate zone with an annual ...
Attia, S., Beltrán, L., De Herde, A., & Hensen, J. (2009). “ARCHITECT FRIENDLY”: A COMPARISON OF TEN DIFFERENT BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION TOOLS. Proceedings of 11th International Building Performance Simulation Association Conference and Exhibition. Glasgow, United Kingdom: International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA).
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A wide range of scientifically validated Building Performance Simulation tools BPS is available internationally. The users of those tools are mainly researchers, physicists and experts who value empirical ...
Attia, S. (2008, February 18). Going green: Aggies could be more eco-conscious (opinion). The Battalion.
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After passing my first semester as an Aggie, I realized how different a student’s lifestyle can be. Actually, I obtained my previous degree from a European University and in particular from Holland before ...
Attia, S. (2007). Rising Sea Levels threatens the Nile Delta. 'scape : The International Magazine of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism, 2.
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Like many other deltas, Egypt is particularly vulnerable to the effects of global warming. A relative rise in sea-level of 1 m would submerge much of the delta region within 30 km of the coast during the next ...
Attia, S. (2006). The role of landscape design in improving the microclimate in traditional courtyard buildings in hot arid climates. Proceedings of 23rd International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture - PLEA 2006 (pp. 22-24). Genève, Switzerland: PLEA - Université de Genève - groupe énergie.
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Arab Islamic landscape design forms a unique source of inspiration for landscape architecture in barren open spaces of the Middle East. Arab Islamic gardens adopted a system marked by perfect responsiveness to ...
Attia, S. (2006). Landscape Architecture for Micro-climate Improvement and Energy Conservation. Unpublished master thesis, Wageningen University, ​Wageningen, ​​The Netherlands.
Jury: Duchhart, I. (Promotor).
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In Egypt, high temperatures, humidity and dusty hot winds lead to excessive discomfort for people. Contemporary designers do not integrate landscape architecture as a way to improve the micro climate of the ...
Attia, S. (2005). New Urban Squares, Documentation for ten urban squares recently designed in the Netherlands. Unpublished master thesis, Wageningen University, ​Wageningen, ​​Netherlands.
Jury: Lenzholzer, S. (Promotor).
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It is claimed that Dutch squares have no symbolic meaning or characteristics like in southern Europe. In the Netherlands, urban squares are only used for functional activities. Until the beginning of the 1980s ...
Attia, S., & Huffschmid, D. (2005). Energy Plantage, Leeuwarden: Look and feel. In F., Dam, van, & Noorman (Eds.), Grounds for Change:Bridging energy Planning and spatial design strategies (pp. 67-75). Groningen, Netherlands: KNN Milieu B.V.
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Attia, S., & Wierina, H. (2005). Islamic design in the Western world and Western design in Islamic world. Research paper submitted to Design Theory Course, Wageningen University, 2005. Unpublished.
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This article discusses the influence of the Islamic design in the Western world and vice versa, western design in the Islamic world. Landscape Design in the Middle East is a little-documented subject. Until ...
Attia, S. (2004). Cairo Railway Station. In Archiprix International 2003 (Ed.), World's Best Graduation Projects : Istanbul 2003, Rotterdam 2001 (pp. 58). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: 010 Publishers.
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architectural design for Cairo Railway Station, Egypt.
Attia, S., & Zakareya, M. (2003). Old Cairo Development Project. Unpublished.
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Article about the development of Old Cairo, the historic centre in Cairo, Egypt. (arabic).