Jean Bouillot worked as an architect in the Middle East and West Africa for over fifteen years before setting up practice in Beaune, France embracing the principles of bioclimatic design and undertaking projects locally as well as around the Mediterranean and in Jordan and China. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
CLIMATIC DESIGN OF ISLAMIC
Introduction Red Sea
The hammām Bab El Bahr, situated close to the north
limit of the old city of Cairo, was selected as a case study
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