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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ENVIORNMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
hi, i am a practicing architect in mumbai, india.i am planning to do my masters in enviornmental architecture..but confused between the term enviornmental/green architecture and sustainable architecture.Anybody who is expert in the mentioned topic please help me to solve my confusion.
Shruti Gokhale
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ENVIORNMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
sustainable arch.deals more with materials/methods and economy as it has fit in to budget and maintenance.....where as green and enviornmental is very near to energy use,it's impact on enviornment more of climetogogical elements of design....the same again becomes sustainable when economy and budget is given important.....i shall say that both are like two ears or eyes to us....if we loose one we get flat sound or vision instead of surround sound or deapth.....hope could explain.
Dushyant Nathwani
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ENVIORNMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
Shruti, Environmental Architecture is designed to be in harmony with the environment, climate and culture; whereas, Sustainable Architecture is designed to be in harmony with the natural resources of the planet.
Frank John Snelling
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