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ماذا يقول جون هابرااكن ...الفيلسوف المعماري...نقد

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    Study the field

    it will be there without you

    but you can contribute to it



    Study the field as a living organism

    It has no form, but it has structure

    Find its structure and form will come



    The field has continuity

    merge with it

    and others will join you



    Because the field has continuity

    no job is large or small

    all you do is adding to the field



    Nobody builds alone:

    When you do something large

    leave the small to others

    When you do something small

    enhance the large



    Respond to those before you:

    When you find structure

    inhabit it

    when you find type

    play with it

    when you find patterns

    seek to continue them



    Be hospitable to those after you:

    give structure

    as well as form



    The more you seek to continue

    what was done by others already

    the more you will be recognized for it

    the more others will continue what you did



    Cooperate;

    When you can borrow from others

    borrow, and praise them for it

    When you can steal from others

    steal, and admit it freely

    No matter what you do

    your work will be your own



    Avoid style: leave it to the critics and historians

    Choose method: it is what you share with your peers



    Forget self expression

    It is a delusion

    Whatever you do

    will be recognized by others as your expression

    don't give it a thought

    Do what the field needs



    المصدر : http://www.habraken.org/


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    السيرة الذاتية لجون هابراكن ...


    N. John Habraken, a Dutch citizen, was born in Bandung, Indonesia in 1928. Went to primary school in Surabya and Jakarta. Secondary school interrupted for three years by war events.

    Received his architectural training at Delft Technical University, the Netherlands. 1948-1955

    Served in the Royal Dutch Airforce as a deskbound noncom. officer. 1955-57

    Author of 'Supports, an Alternative to Mass Housing' which was first published in 1962, ( English edition 1972, re-issued in 1999) in which he proposed the separation of 'support' or base building from 'infill' or interior fit-out in residential construction and design.

    Director of SAR ( Foundation for Architects Research) in the Netherlands, 1965 to 1975, research into and development of methods for the design and construction of adaptable housing.

    Appointed professor at Eindhoven Technical University, 1967, to set up its new Department of Architecture and serve as its first chairperson.

    Appointed Head of the Department of Architecture at MIT, Cambridge, MA. 1975-1981

    Taught at MIT till his retirement in 1989. Remains occupied with Methods and theory of architectural and urban design. Lectured on these topics worldwide and is the author of a number of books, research reports, and many articles.

    Served in a partnership for the invention and development of an infill system for residential construction From 1987 till 1997.

    Recipient of the 1988 Creative Achievement Award of the Association of Collegiate Schools in the US; the David Roëll prize 1979 of the Dutch Prince Bernhard Fund, The King Fahd award for desing and research in Islamic Architecture, 1985-86, and the Oevre Award for 1996 of the National Foundation for Art, design, and Architecture.(BKVB oevre prijs) in the Netherlands. Honorary member of the Architectural Institute of Japan. Knight of the Royal Order of the Dutch Lion 2003. Recipient of the 2003 “Kubus for advancing the standing of Architecture”, by the BNA, Dutch Association of Architects.

    His book, titled: "The Structure of the Ordinary", published in 1998 by MIT Press, is an investigation of laws governing built environment as revealed by patterns of transformation.


    His most recent book: “Palladio’s Children” is an attempt to explain why architects do not know how to deal with everyday environment.

    Presently lives in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.

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