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1 Substainable development in traditional houses A worldwide housing survey : A worldwide housing survey : 6 Climates 6 Housing

2 Jean-Gabriel Chelala, 23 years old Civil engineering student at the ESTP Paris. Who am I ? Local development project in Morocco and Bolivia. Commited association member. Amateur photographer for 7 years. Speak English, Spanish, Arabic.

3 Why this project need to exist Vision Traditional houses are the center of family and social life. It is the ID of a country and reflets its a culture. The guest for modernity and profit-making concerns have a damaging effect on traditional aspect of houses. Mission To show that the conservation of traditional architecture is important and that an habitate can be at the same time modern and traditional. That implies : -To study the traditional habitate, through 6 examples in more details. -To observe means and solutions installations and to put forward the interesting initiatives. -To reflect on and find other solutions. Ambition To convince you that an ecological habitat is accessible by all and to make the public aware of the importance of the conservation of our architectural heritage. To encourage every one to want to participate in bringing about change.

4 Places of study Moderat : average temperature : 2°C in january, 16°C in july. annual rainfall : 1000 mm. Polar : average temperature : - 33°C in january, 8°C in july annual rainfall : 700 to 1700 mm. Arid hot : average temperature : 7°C in january, 35°C in july annual rainfall : less than 500 mm. Arid cold : average temperature : - 15°C in january, 15°C in july annual rainfall : less than 500 mm. Tropical climate wet : average temperature : 23°C all the year. annual rainfall : between 500 and 1500 mm. Tropical dryness : average temperature : 26°C all the year. annual rainfall : 1800 mm. France (3 months) Sweden (4 weeks) Egypt (6 weeks) Bolivia (6 weeks) Kenya (6 weeks) Cambodgia (6 weeks)

5 Find solutions of handymenFind modern solutions Confirmation by professionals in the different countries Presentation of relevant and simple initiatives, meaningful directions and easily applicable by all. To increase public awareness of the importance of the conservation of the architectural heritage and traditional dwellings. To heighten public awareness of pollution and the energy wasting in the houses. The objectives of the project

6 A well organized project First stage : To study monographs. To seek people and organizations interested in studying relevant solutions brought in the traditional habitate. Second stage : To meet profesionals such as architects, civil engineers, teachers from different countries. To meet local populations. To index the interesting solutions and to present the various types of traditional habitats encountered.

7 The follow-up of my project My Internet Web Site : Presentation of architecture and traditional houses in the crossed countries so far encountered. Presentation of initiatives within the spirit of substainable development. Tourist visit through the habitate and the local habits. Photographs and conferences : Photographs presenting the initiatives and the traditional habitats encountered. Conferences to increase public awareness of problems which concern us all : the disappearance of our architectural heritage and reduction of our energy resources. Drafting of a book : Non-fiction with illustrations.

8 My budget Transport and Visas € Food and houses € Equipment and material € Insurance, Vaccines, medical case € Communication € Safety margin € Total expenditures € Personal capital contribution € External contribution € Total receipts €

9 My route First stage : France – Sweden second stage : Italy – Greece –Turkey – Syria – Lebanon – Jordan third stage : Egypt – Djibouti – Ethiopia – Kenya forth stage : India – Bangladesh – Thaïland - Cambodia fifth stage : Péru - Bolivia Assessment : 6 studies countries in 6 different climates. 6 month and a half travel. 18 different countries. Départure : 15 February 2004 Arrival : 31 August 2004

10 6 Climates 6 Housing Chelala Jean-Gabriel 11 rue Tombe Issoire Paris Tél : Web Site : Contact


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