By Besim S. Hakim
This is a examine in vernacular structure overlaying the center East and North Africa, relatively targeting the interplay among faith and society at the one hand and development perform and town making plans at the different. utilizing numerous assets, a few of which date again to the fourteenth century, the writer convincingly contends that construction and concrete improvement comprehensive in the Arabic-Islamic cultural framework completed a excessive point of sophistication.
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The owner of the stable then pleaded with the Kadi on the grounds that the stable is an important source for his income, and he would be willing to implement what is necessary to reduce or eliminate the harm caused to his neighbour. The Kadi agreed and ordered the following solution to be constructed by Ibn al-Rami: a wall to be built with a foundation depth the height of a man (approx. 2m) in front of the neighbour's wall through which the noise was transmitted. This wall is to be constructed 5 shibers ( approx.
The latter solution is the one mostly adopted. Possibility B: If the wall is dilapidated,and the owner fears its collapse and wants to take it down The Maliki School agrees that the owner should take such a wall down; ifhe refuses, thereby endangering his neighbour, then he is forced to demolish it regardless of his means. After the wall is demolished, is the owner forced to rebuild it? There are two approaches: 1 If demolishing was ordered to avoid collapse, then he is not forced to rebuild. 43 Islamic law and neighbourhood building guidelines 2 He is forced to rebuild it.
In this section the exterior Fina is discussed as it relates to streets and cul-de-sacs. Caliph Omar b. al-Khattab ruled that the use ofFinas belong to the owners (or users) of the houses to which they abut. 34 They can be used for sitting, parking of certain animals, and mobile vendors could also use them to sell their products. Finas should not be incorporated into its adjacent building or a wall built to surround them. Criteria for recognizing the width of a Fina 35 The case of converting a cul-de-sac into a Driba by adding a door to the mouth of the cul-de-sac 33 This can only be done with the agreement of all ccrowners of the cul-de-sac.