The Review of Sustainability, Architectural Topology and Green Building

Document Type : Original Article

Author

Department of Architecture and Art, Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

Recently, in the world, sustainable architectural concept has been discussed. We also know the concept of sustainable architecture as green architecture or green building. Sustainable Green Architecture Buildings Must: Minimize the use of non-renewable resources by upgrading the natural environment and minimizing or eliminating toxins. Provide all their water and energy needs. Compatible with all types of climate characteristics and adapt to changing conditions. Work without pollution and do not produce any waste thing which is not useful for environment. Promote the health and well-being of all residents as a healthy ecosystem.Include energy efficient integrated systems which maximize productivity and comfort. Improve the health and diversity of the local ecosystem rather than reduce it. Be beautiful and inspire dream designs.

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Volume 1, Issue 1 - Serial Number 1
September 2020
Pages 1-6
  • Receive Date: 30 September 2023
  • Accept Date: 30 September 2023