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The Relationship between architecture and environment

You can’t build or design a good building without understanding their relationship with the natural systems and the surrounding environment. Architects need to make buildings that are friendly to the environment and more green which can be adaptable to the surroundings, in other words, they need to create buildings that ...

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Computational Design in Historical Buildings

Many people stand in front of historical buildings like The Pyramids, Coliseum and The Great Wall of China and wonder at how these buildings have been built? The Researchers of Architecture can put conceptualizations for historical buildings design through architecture theories and space exploit. With technological advancements, the specialists began ...

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Different Effects on Buildings Style and Area Planning

There are  differences between regions and countries in nature, climate, origin, and residents, all these elements reflect on Buildings Style. However, The Buildings in the northern regions like Iceland, Canada, and Greenland have a specific style in their planning to adapt with low temperature and icy nature and vice versa ...

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No Paper Day

On the 7th and 8th of April IEREK have participated in the event “No Paper Day” and would like to extend warmest regards and gratitude to #QGBC who called for this day. Together we will build a greener tomorrow. Learn about us by visiting our website: www.ierek.com Read magazines online ...

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5 steps to build a city from scratch

When we were children we used to build our cities from cubes and other toys, but now we have to design better cities to make people live better lives. On the following article we will see the main 5 steps of building a city from scratch: Step1: Define your location ...

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The future of urban planning

In urban planning and many other specialties, we lately heard about gravitational waves that come to us from the outer space. These waves traveled billions of billions kilometer to arrive to earth, without any obstacles on its way. Could urban and transportation planners provide us with cities, that well organized ...

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Bumper to Bumper

The term “peak hour” becomes out of date. We used to say it when cars are bumper to bumper on roads. One of the reasons for this problem is the lack of public transportation. When people don’t find their place in public transportation, they directed to buy their own cars ...

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Waste management, Steps and Methods

Waste management is the actions and activities that are taken to manage the waste from its inception until its disposal and the time between its inception and disposal includes many stages; collection, transport, sorting, and treatment of waste while monitoring it. If the world does care about sustainability and future ...

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10 Main countries driving the world in solar energy

In a world that is ravenous for energy yet progressively careful about the harm that creating force can do, solar energy may very well be the answer: clean energy that is modest and practically interminable. Positioning the main 10 countries with the most solar force limit is an approach to ...

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Top 5 mistakes in Urban Planning

This article views 5 main mistakes that the urban planners make that affect the planning adversely. 1. Lack of individual style This mistake most of planners tend to make; forgetting about the individual style design and circumstances of each project. To overcome that you have to begin teaching yourself with ...

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