Design and Architecture Conference recommends designing healthy buildings to fight epidemics

Head of the Department of Interior Design at Ahlia University, Dr. Imad Al-Asouli, confirmed that the design of healthy, environmentally friendly and anti-epidemic buildings is one of the most important recommendations of the Architecture and Design Conference organized by Al-Ahlia University. in collaboration with Woxen Indian University, emphasizing the importance of designers being in line with the requirements of modern technology in their various creative designs.

On the sidelines of the conference, which discussed the future of design and architecture after the pandemic, Al-Asouli explained that certain materials and minerals such as salt, copper and lingu reduce the penetration of microbes and viruses, which encourages the promotion of their use in modern architecture.Make it healthy and environmentally friendly.

Al-Asouli noted that the conference discussed over two days the evolution of architectural criticism over time and how social aspects affected the built environment, noting that there were a number of issues addressed by the conference, such as increasing knowledge in creative fields of architecture and design, enhancing communication between academic and professional circles in the field of design and discussing Design developments in the post-Covid 19 world and the search for safer, safer and healthier designs.

Al-Asouli thanked the graduates and students of interior design, design workers, specialists and stakeholders who responded to the activities of the conference, which was held through the interactive electronic space.

Al-Asouli stressed the growing global interest in interior design, with the engineering and construction sectors realizing its importance in the spatial treatment of various buildings, structures and spaces, be they shops, residential units or service facilities such as hospitals, parks, complex. and various public facilities.

In his keynote address, Professor Janusz, Chairman of the Architecture and Urban Planning Committee of the Wroclaw Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), made a presentation addressing the most prominent proposals, models, designs and structural systems of modern times. era in the field of engineering and architecture, and stressed the consideration of many complex conditions in the design process.Architect and engineering, and noted that the use of computer technology contributes to the design and architecture processes, which contributes to reducing the consumption of energy and materials needed at the time of implementation.

The main session of the conference discussed the importance of taking into account the nature of national heritage in modern designs of residential units, buildings, facilities and shops, in addition to the importance of presenting human creativity using technological techniques in contributing to the production of designs. modern innovative, and in this regard spoke Dr. Nihal Al-Morbati, Dr. Anjali Krishan Sharma, Dr. Thomas Michal, A. Neelam Shah.

The student, Mona Al Touq, presented a paper in which she discussed the impact of Covid-19 on the spatial arrangement of the interior design of student dormitories. Pandemic applying what they learned from the interior design program and the study concluded that the average number of interior design students who had to change the interior space at home to study, which confirms that the pandemic has affected student spaces of interior design.

Lecture at Al-Ahliyya University Amani Al-Aali participated in a research paper aimed at investigating global brand management and spatial design localization, due to the lack of a variety of localization methods and design issues in some trademark spatial experiences . , and the distance in terms of the distribution of branch work teams worldwide.

In her research paper, her colleague Zainab Abdel Mohsen Eid touched on the topic of rethinking public green spaces in densely populated urban areas, such as Singapore, due to the importance of green spaces in creating healthy cities and livable, reducing the effects of urban expansion through the healing properties of plants and providing the recreational, social and cultural needs of urban space users and attracting economic investment through knowledge-based societies.

One spoke. Dipalina Ghosh, Associate Professor at Wookst University, in her paper on the reuse of abandoned mills along the Hooghly River, through their development and preservation, the possible extension of their lifespan and their social and cultural significance for a future stable. The results of the study show that flexible reuse is the best strategy to renovate buildings without compromising their important cultural, cultural and architectural urban history, and to provide opportunities for these sites to become a catalyst and rich site for the city and region. The study also highlights the need for art-driven growth through the construction of public spaces and the creation of vibrant cities.

Jewelry designer and founder of Gala Jewelery, Mrs. Maryam Fayyad, participated in a paper on the topic of exploring the impact of artificial intelligence and the production of additives in the jewelry industry, if manufacturers, designers and customers believe that human interaction is critical and only dealing with artificial intelligence will eliminate tangible value of the part and the production process. Based on the study findings, Fayyad recommended conducting more research to understand how artificial intelligence can be used and how designers can gain knowledge about artificial intelligence and 3D design capabilities, and the importance of educating consumers about the manufacturing process. .

The conference activities had rich and numerous discussions, during which the differences of tastes between the different environments of the researchers and specialists participating in the conference were highlighted, while the common factor was the importance of friendship and harmony between modern designs and a healthy environment. stable.

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