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case study for "calligraphy centre"
Hello everybody,
Can someone please help me with finding out some good case-studies for designing "A calligraphy center"...
This topic is central to the development and evolution of Islamic calligraphy and architecture.Without calligraphy, Islamic architecture would be reduced to masses and volumes. The two arts are dependent on each other. They are inseperable. Unfortunately this simple fact is ignored in today's practice.Without calligraphy Islamic architecture has lost it's prime identity component.
Mishgan Syed
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case study for "calligraphy centre"
Dear Mishgan, I do not agree with your statement that "two arts are dependent on each other". How they are inseparable? They do complement each other but not always depend on each other. Can you explain what is Islamic Architecture? or what do you call Islamic Architecture? Then it will be easy for us to understand the concept...
Muhammad Fahad Qureshi
case study for "calligraphy centre"
Dear Mishgan,
I dont undestand why you posted this report in response. What exactly do you want to tell?

www.iium.edu.my/intdiscourse/index.php/islam/article/.../140/126
Muhammad Fahad Qureshi
case study for "calligraphy centre"
sir, i wanted to answer your question "what is Islam architecture?"...i had read this report by Dr.Spahic Omer Kulliyyah, its was about understanding Islamic architecture...
Mishgan Syed
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