Global Artisanship and the Future of Luxury Fashion
The intent of this research is to clarify the connections between the type and level of intervention and the market placement, as well as the relationship to success. The general aim of the research is to identify the collective best practices from across a broad range of governmental aid agencies, NGO’s and mission driven for profits whose aim is to support artisan enterprise in the textile and apparel sectors. The goal is to evaluate the effectiveness of a variety of different models, their commonalities and their differentiations, with the intent to develop a theoretical framework that could be used to support existing and future sustainable development programs in the craft sector.
Sustainable Mobile Architecture for Natural Disasters with Reference to the Experience of the Bam Earthquake
This research with identification of immediate architectural needs which is based on daily basis of Bam post-earthquake scenario and the gaps in emergency sheltering, develops those gaps through designing different ranges of sustainable self-construction emergency shelters.