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South East European Journal of Architecture and Design
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ISSN (Print) 1857-9353
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  • Application of Virtual Ergonomic Tools for Evaluating an Inclu-sive
           Autonomous Vehicle Interior

    • Authors: Elena Angeleska, Sofija Sidorenko, Aleksandar Jankovic, Tashko Rizov
      Pages: 1 - 8
      Abstract: Autonomous vehicles (AVs) present the opportunity to increase the passengers' comfort during the rides and help persons with impairments make daily transportation independently. However, in order to make full use of these advantages, a new design approach is needed for developing AV models. This paper aims to present a specific approach in the design process and ergonomic evaluation of an inclusive AV interior. The used approach of combining vehicle standards and regulations, ergonomic and anthropometric data, with user requirements, inclusive principles and universal design is explained in detail. In addition, virtual ergonomic evaluations are conducted in order to examine the success of applying the ergonomic and inclusive approach. The results emphasize the benefits of virtual ergonomic tools for successful ergonomic assessments.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.3889/seejad.2022.10063
      Issue No: Vol. 2022 (2022)
       
  • Bosnian Chardaklia House: The Colic Familyʹs House in Vares

    • Authors: Ahmet Hadrovic
      Pages: 1 - 6
      Abstract: The Colic familyʹs house is located at Nikovac Street no. 8 in Vares. Together with several houses on this street and houses in Matijevici and Benici streets, this house contributes to the ambience of this part of Vares where the values of the construction of the indigenous bosnian chardaklia house are still preserved. The house was built in the mid-19th century, within the well-known Vares Colic family, which had its own sawmill for cutting and processing wood. The house belongs to the type of three-tracks bosnian house with one divanhan. From the time of its construction to the present day, several renovations have been made on the house, both in the layout and materialization and in the furnishing of its interior. The house is still in use today, but occasionally.
      PubDate: 2022-02-28
      DOI: 10.3889/seejad.2022.10062
      Issue No: Vol. 2022 (2022)
       
  • Bosnian Chardaklia House: Mara Popovic's House in Gracanica

    • Authors: Ahmet Hadrovic
      Pages: 1 - 7
      Abstract: Mara Popovic's house in Gracanica, although built in an urban setting, seems to belong to the classic solution of a three-tract bosnian house chardaklia. The house was built in the city district named Varos on a gently sloping terrain with southern exposure. The house was erected (1840) by a father-in-law, Mara Popovic, who lived in this house until her death, after which the property changed several owners. Today, this house is owned by the Municipality of Gracanica, and is used by the well-known association “Gracanicko keranje”, which nurtures the tradition of making indigenous handicrafts from the Gracanica area – “keranje”. Due to its exceptional architectural, historical and environmental values, this house is included in the list of national monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to its spatial concept, construction and materialization, long-term use and its present purpose, the house is an example of traditional and bioclimatic architecture of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
      PubDate: 2022-02-28
      DOI: 10.3889/seejad.2022.10061
      Issue No: Vol. 2022 (2022)
       
  • Multi-Disciplinary Access in Conceptual Design for Advertising of The
           Public Space

    • Authors: Ivana Chaloska
      Pages: 1 - 89
      Abstract: This master's thesis is a qualitative empirical research for multidisciplinary conceptualization of an urban public space, with emphasis on development processes for affirmation of ecological and social sustainability, and structuring of socio-spatial relations. The research includes an inter-contextual analysis of a comprehensive theoretical context and a specific case study that highlights urban community gardens as potential initiatives for spatial and social reshaping. The findings of the research support a conceptual design of public space that popularly does not result in a tangible product, but can also be activism for rethinking what exists or a continuous process of socio-spatial relations. The research complements the theoretical framework of the design methodology with conceptual analysis of the design as a process of continuous integration of several disciplines.
      PubDate: 2022-02-11
      DOI: 10.3889/seejad.2022.10060
      Issue No: Vol. 2022 (2022)
       
  • Bionic-Inspired Kinetic Structures for Application in Design, Architecture
           and Art

    • Authors: Mark Janura
      Pages: 1 - 78
      Abstract: The main goal of this master's thesis is to contribute to the design and study of a form suitable for the development of products driven by natural influences. A specific goal is to explore modern trends in the field of industrial design and modern technological advances as a theoretical basis, necessary to create an innovative concept solution of a modular bionic form and structure that can be driven by natural influences. The master's thesis as a theoretical basis applies three disciplines: bionics, kinetic sculpture and modular design. Bionics offers numerous opportunities for inspiration, both aesthetically and functionally. This paper uses one of the most common natural phenomena known as the Fibonacci sequence, the golden ratio, which is the main motive for creating the end result of the entire research. Kinetic sculpture as a new branch in the art of modern times has contributed to the introduction of a new fourth dimension, the dimension of movement. The modular approach is a modern way of building a form, and then a way of producing it. The aggregate results of these interdisciplinary studies have been applied and verified through a reactive fin design. Several variants of nature-inspired shapes and modular kinetic structures are offered that could be applied in different types of products with the possibility of moving under the influence of natural phenomena such as wind, rain, sea waves, etc. These shapes and structures could be used in the design of industrial products and architectural objects, but also in the design of equipment, furniture, toys for children, and of course in more complex engineering solutions.
      PubDate: 2022-01-17
      DOI: 10.3889/seejad.2022.10056
      Issue No: Vol. 2022 (2022)
       
 
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