Razia Latif presented a paper at Islamic Heritage Architecture & Art Conference in Spain
Razia Latif, faculty member at Razia Hassan School of Architecture (RHSA), BNU, presented a conference paper at the 1st International Conference on Islamic Heritage Architecture and Art, held from 17 - 19 May 2016 at Valencia, Spain.
Razia Latif presented a paper titled Spatial Geometry in Islamic Art and Architecture, co-authored by RHSA Dean Dr. Gulzar Haider. The paper shed light on planar and spatial geometry in the Muslim history by identifying theoretical aspirations and practical tools in the making of and representation of Islamic architectural space.
Organized by Wessex Institute and the Polytechnic of Valencia, the conference aimed to highlight the importance of Islamic Heritage Architecture and Art to the world and its influence across different regions. Papers presented at the conference deal with the design of many types of buildings in Islamic countries, including not only the better known public constructions, but also houses and gardens, engineering work and many others that have also had a profound impact on society.
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