Written and Unwritten Building Conventions in a Contested City: The Case of Belfast:

@inproceedings{Brand2009WrittenAU,
  title={Written and Unwritten Building Conventions in a Contested City: The Case of Belfast:},
  author={Ralf Brand},
  year={2009}
}
Many design conventions are legally binding, state-issued building codes and regulations, but many others derive their authority from other sources, are enforced by other means and exist for other purposes. This paper therefore introduces a scheme to cover the wide variety of de facto building conventions. Particularly interesting examples of seemingly atypical conventions can be found in Northern Ireland where the specific socio-political situation requires particular design approaches. Many… CONTINUE READING

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