الكوابيل في بيوت مدينة الموصل خلال العصر العثماني pdf
Across ages, the architect had a significant role in the development and the innovation of new elements in the Islamic architecture to make it looks fascinating. Undoubtedly, the accumulated experience of the architect has an important role in the element of innovation. Thus,sometimes he worked on finding one or more elements in the architecture which reflect an ornamental and constructive function, and some other times he worked on mixing between many elements to form or produce new architectural elements that he makes use of. Moreover,there have been some environmental problems that have their influence on constructing and maintaining buildings in the Islamic architecture. However, some conclusions have been made. After demonstrating the details of the topics of this paper ،we came up with the following: - The element of inventing corbels in the Mosull Houses architecture for the purpose of treating some constructing. . . . . . . . . - This architectural element has been used to treat the unorganized ground Schema for the houses facade which overlook the unorganized allies. - It seems that the architeci invented the corbels element and used it instead of the stalactites element by converting the square shape to circle preparing to establish the dome element above in addition to using it to carry the shanasheel which is one of the important carving elements in the Islamic architecture in Mosul - The architecture decided to use the corbels as a carving element by putting it on the both sides of the Awaween to reflect aesthetic ornamental facades which face the courtyard. In addition to the functional benefit of the corbels by hanging a rope to climb up to the Akhsheem - Many shapes of this element appeared in the Mousill Houses architecture such as corbeling double conical octagonand and triangular which has its base up and its head down in addition to decorate its Surfaces with carvings. - The architect used many constructing materials in forming this element on the buildings such as Mousili marble stones and the woods.
رنا وعد الله مهدي
مجلة اداب الرافدين - جامعة الموصل
المجلد ، العدد 64
المجلات الاكاديمية العلمية العراقية
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