Theorizing Building Technology in Environmental Architecture: Towards Adaptive Methodology

Abeer Samy Yousef Mohamed

Abstract


Across successive Eras, Architectural thought was continuously trying to conform with the development of available technological tools related to the field of modern building technology and trying to apply it in order to shape differing building patterns. In the beginning of the third millennium, Architecture combined with information and digital revolution, especially after applying technological tools for technical building operations and manufacturing modern building materials through appropriation with design requirements and the application of Ecological, Green, and sustainable Architecture concepts. In accordance with environmental vision, this paper discusses global changes in architecture through deductive and analytical study to the importance of environmental design and nature conservation for supporting scientific invention, new fabricated materials and building technologies, which will provide a modern environmental language for Architecture and Urbanism with their own criteria. According to this vision, this paper introduces a new Approach of environmentally Adapted Architecture with Creative Structural Systems Thinking, (Innovative Thought Methodology).

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Building Technology; Ecological System; Design Process; Environmental Design

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2281-4485/9883

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