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Rules of thinking about architectural language.

Translate the patterns in the architecture usually has a general idea of the architect, the view is somewhat different to the community at large. The role of the architect a lot of contact with the idea to approach the study of such studies and will give birth to a collection of works that tend to impact on the shapes visible. It is somewhat difficult to translate into a pattern language to be widely understood. We hope there is an approach which does not separate the idea of ​​an architect with the participation of societies want to help get involved in the work architecture.
Marwoto Pataruka
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Rules of thinking about architectural language.
Marwoto, In terms of Islamic urban design I would recommend both "A sense of Unity" by Ardalan and Baktiar and "Arabic-Islamic Cities" by Hakim.

Otherwise, I can offer my own work Book Three: The infinite principles and systems of aesthetics (as applied to architecture and design), as and when I get around to completing my reformatting into Word and then finding a publisher.
Frank John Snelling
Rules of thinking about architectural language.
regards, ..
well thanks for your advice about some reference books on offer, I am very interested in urban settlements, especially Muslim communities in Indonesia are unspoiled, hopefully this can continue in the next discussion ...
Marwoto Pataruka
Rules of thinking about architectural language.
Marwoto, I have just checked my own library catalogue and (a) A Sense of Unity was published by UCP, (b) Arabic-Islamic Cities was published by KPI and the difference between these two is that "A Sense of Unity" is Sufi philosophy and "Arabic-Islamic Cities" draws upon Islamic Law as applied to urban areas.

Furthermore, I have another book which may be of interest to you "Crisis in the built environment" by Akbar and published by Mimar.
Frank John Snelling
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