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Published by Edizioni Polistampa in Firenze [Italy] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Urban renewal.,
  • City planning.,
  • Sustainable urban development.,
  • Architecture and climate.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesBioclimatic design and urban regeneration for sustainable development
Statementedited by Dimitra Babalis.
ContributionsBabalis, Dimitra.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA9053.U7 B5 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination83 p. :
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16668849M
ISBN 108883045742
LC Control Number2005354028

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Regarding the urban regeneration project in the Siwa Oasis, zero-energy development, bioclimatic architecture, eco-buildings and low carbon footprint. Urban regeneration for sustainable communities: A case study Article (PDF Available) in Technological and Economic Development 15(1) . For instance, the traditional Spanish hacienda design uses thick, thermally dense walls to retain heat or chill, thereby regulating temperature and creating a stable indoor microclimate, says Sam Kimmins, the principal sustainability advisor for the Forum for the Future, a global sustainable development organization based in London. View Bioclimatic Urban Design Research Papers on for free.

Adam Ritchie is a Partner of Max Fordham LLP and leads the practice’s sustainable urban design group. Randall Thomas is a consultant to Max Fordham LLP, a Visiting Professor at the University of Cambridge and Professor of Sustainable Environmental Design at Kingston University.4/4(1). In Sustainable Development: the UK Strategy () the Government recognised the importance of urban regeneration in contributing to a sustainable pattern of development that uses “the already developed areas in the most efficient way, while making them more attractive places in which to live and work” (Department of the Environment, Cited by: —Interdisciplinary Center of Social Sciences, FCSH-UNL, Av. de Berna, C, Lisbon, Portugal Interests: sustainable city models; public policies; urban planning; GIS; urban regeneration; sustainable urban design; public spaces; bioclimatic design; urban heat island; green buildings; parametric design—BIM; sustainable construction, eco-building; net . The concept of sustainable development can be traced to the energy (especially fossil oil) crisis and environmental pollution concerns of the s and s. The Rachel Carson book, “Silent Spring”, published in , is considered to be one of the first initial efforts to describe sustainable development as related to green building. The green building movement in the U.S. originated.

The 1,square-foot Ecological House boasts a modern design with rounded edges to match its innovative, % Bioclimatic Preschool Built with Rammed Earth and Mud Bricks Keeps Cool in the. bioclimatic design. Miniature Tipi-Shaped Kindergartens for Urban Parks in Paris. will feature the latest in sustainable bioclimatic technologies The Chen House is a Disaster-Proof. Sustainable Redevelopment of Public Spaces in City Centres: a design experience of urban regeneration is here discussed that seeks to harmonize with each other all the different project elements, including the innovations introduced by the bioclimatic approach through the use of an experimental software. to intervene in the Cited by: 1. Sustainable development – historical roots of the concept JACOBUS A. DU PISANI School for Social and Government Studies, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Abstract This article gives an overview of the origin of the concept of sustainable development by going far back in history to trace its roots.