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AuthorShubbar, Fatima
AuthorFurlan, Raffaello
Available date2018-09-19T06:57:31Z
Publication Date2018-09
Publication NameSaudi Journal of Engineering and Technology (SJEAT)en_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.21276/sjeat.2018.3.7.3
CitationShubbar, Fatima. Raffaello Furlan. “Sustainable Neighborhoods in the State of Qatar: Msheireb Downtown Doha.” Saudi Journal of Engineering and Technology (SJEAT), vol. 3, no. 7, 2018, pp. 464-481., doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.21276/sjeat.2018.3.7.3
ISSN2415-6272
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/11083
AbstractOver the past two decades, gulf cities have been rapidly growing, mainly after the discovery of oil. Large-scale urban projects have been constructed as a result of globalization, which has affected the built environment and the urban fabric of gulf cities. Doha, the capital city of the State of Qatar, has been substantially influenced by globalization. The city has experienced great transformation in its environment since the 1950s, after the discovery of oil. Therefore, Doha has faced the challenge of keeping pace with urban developments that have been increasing and taking over the existing heritage embedded in buildings and traditional neighborhoods. Al-Hitmi is one of the neighborhoods affected by urbanization and sprawling. This research study investigates Al-Hitmi neighborhood and its features, opportunities, constraints, and relationship with the surrounding areas, specifically Qatar National Museum and the Museum Metro Station. The research design is based on the review of the literature, site analysis of the selected case, and surrounding context in order to (1) find opportunities and challenges and (2) to propose a strategy for the urban regeneration of the neighborhood of Al- Hitmi.
Languageen
PublisherScholars Middle East Publishers
SubjectSustainable Urbanism;
SubjectUrban Regeneration
SubjectSmart Growth
SubjectLivability
SubjectAlHitmi Neighborhood
TitleSustainable Neighborhood in Doha (State of Qatar): A Strategy for Achieving Urban Quality in Al-Hitmi
TypeArticle
Pagination464-481
Issue Number7
Volume Number3
dc.identifier.essn 2415-6264


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