The Importance Of Sustainable Development With Ecological Design And Architecture


  • Jahangir Eili



Sustainable development is defined as a development that meets the present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The extant study examined the importance of sustainable development using ecological design and architecture. The research method was descriptive-analytical using bibliographic sources. This study provided various strategic rituals, strategies, and solutions to realize sustainable development. The first principle is about using vital human and natural (energy, water, and substances) resources in a way they also remain for future generations. The resources must be consumed accurately to realize the mentioned principle in the first step. The resources must be used in the second step so that the remained resources can be recycled in the life cycle, and contamination of waste is minimized. The dominant feature of the sustainability viewpoint is its “holism” and “integrity” considering three basic subjects of economy, human society and culture, and environment. Sustainability sees the mentioned dimensions not individually but considers the interaction between these factors. On the other hand, ecological design principles assume that the building is a small part of the surrounding environment that should perform as a part of the ecosystem and be placed in the life cycle. As the consumer of ecological design, man must consider their impacts on the ecology to reduce the negative effects of construction and compromise by identifying the ecological footprint.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31




How to Cite

The Importance Of Sustainable Development With Ecological Design And Architecture. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 13(4), 2032-2038.