volume 5, issue 1, P18 2021
DOI: 10.3390/designs5010018
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Khalida Marthya, Raffaello Furlan, Labeeb Ellath, Maha Esmat, Rashid Al-Matwi

Abstract: Over the last two decades, Doha, the capital city of Qatar, has undergone rapid urbanization. The city has capitalized large-scale urban and infrastructural projects resulting in a loss of historical areas of heritage value to people. Recent construction of the Doha Metro is opening avenues for place-making of transit towns through a framework envisioned by the need to shape compact, livable and sustainable neighborhoods and to mitigate the effects of urbanization on valuable historical heritage sites. Due to …

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