Author Archives: Hasan Alshaabi

FOOTFALLS – LIVING IN THE PAST

ABSTRACT  The main objective of this project is to propose a collection of soundtracks for a play called Footfalls, which was written by the famous Irish novelist and playwright, Samuel Beckett. Initially, it was written in 1975, and it was first performed at the Royal Court Theater, London, in 1976, directed by Beckett himself. The play is roughly […]



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GLOBALIZATION IN ARCHITECTURE: THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

  Throughout history, the development of architectural techniques and ideologies have evolved dramatically on global scale. Not surprisingly, nations have used their architectural designs effectively to express their technical and structural skills. Additionally, architecture may also be used as a lens to understand societies: socially, economically, and politically; we can use architecture to better analyze […]



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