Indicators of Sustainable Architecture in Third Millennium

Asl, Yashar Gharachamani
May 2014
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p458
Academic Journal
Since the architecture reflects the extract of time-place during the history, this course should pass the evolution and transformation due to the importance of science and technology in the present era by relying on science and understanding of the day and somehow reflect the extract of the new era that is technology. The subject is the reconciliation between technology and nature. In the present millennium the global concerns and worries toward the environmental issues and the crisis of energy resources and finally worrying about the low quality of the life in next generation and the third wave of changes in technological improvement and communication, genetics, artificial intelligence, robotic and digital science which are created in the modern world of technology such as IBMS, Parametric Design and IMBP which otherwise welcome a new revolution in architecture design using the last technology for environmental goals to reduce using irreproducible sources and improving the usage of reproducible sources and preventing the environmental pollution and destroying natural and national sources of the country and finally destroying the environmental systems and lowering the quality of life by considering the future generation and this is a must. In this research it is tried to review the results of the study on climate strategies in classical architecture and also new changes in sustainable architecture and also scientific and technical improvements in the fields related to architecture and controlling the reproducible energy sources and express the main strategies based on a new trend in sustainable design of the architecture in third millennium


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