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Compromising Spatial Quality: Modernity, Division, and Neglect in Planning Cairo (1900-1952)

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  • The Paper Examines The Imposition Of Western Ideals Of Urbanism Within Colonial Cairo Between1882-19
  • It Looks At The Ideologies Of Capitalism
  • State Control
  • And Utopian Idealism
  • Which Were Vital Tools To Create Modern Built Environments In The City
  • The Argument Is That Principles Of Western Urbanism Were At Work And Deeply Influenced The Instituti
  • Who Were Mostly Educated In Europe
  • However The Outcomes Revealed A Major Shift Towards More Inflexible Solutions Described As More Open
  • The Paper Analyses The Case Of A Re-Planning Scheme Drafted In The 1920S By The First Egyptian Direc
  • The Scheme Represented The Superimposition Of A Western-Style Neighbourhood Model On A Historically
  • The Paper Largely Relies On Original Archival Materials
  • Maps
  • Documents And Accounts To Support The Historical Narrative Of Urban Planning In Cairo
  • It Reports That Westernization Approaches For Planning Cairo Were Introduced To Offer A New Imagery
  • Which Remained Central To The Development Of Planning Practices In Postcolonial Egypt Through Differ
  • Design
  • Economics


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