Monthly Archives: December 2013

Economics of Sustainability Nowadays in different areas of human being, economics has a great importance. It is every where. Every thing what is around you is a part of a big complex economy system. That is one of difference between human and animal. Is a complex system of relationships. And  economy is one of that [...]

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It is very tempting to seduce ourselves, as architects or as anybody keen on architecture or otherwise involved in the design process that the answer to our problems lies with buildings. Do you actually believe you can separate buildings out from the infrastructure of cities and mobility of transit and the expectations and incentives of [...]

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The profession of architects is completely unpredictable and it varies from every individual, also depends of type of exposure and knowledge in the field of architecture. Hence one is able to see the variety of projects, which defines the city. But being an architect it is merely impossible to negate the idea of separating building [...]

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Then and now

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Architecture for Humanity !

Architecture should be an integrated concept in the strategic planning from micro to macro level.The optimal development is the one that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs that looks to balance different, and often competing, needs against an awareness of the environmental, social [...]

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