tall buildings, skyscraper, sustainability, real estate, public space
Architecture | Environmental Design
We have reached an era where architecture has to prepare for the alarming changes affecting our modern society. Predicted urbanization will lead to cities becoming denser and taller to facilitate the needs of housing and workspace for the growing world population. High costs of rent and scarcity of real state land in city centers will force developers to build skyscrapers. Taking into account the impact of larger populations, skyscrapers will have to offer more efficient spaces and follow strict environmental regulations while contributing to the production of energy and necessary resources. Focus on human comfort and sustainability will play an imperative role in designing the next super tall structures.
This study will focus on examining the environmental performance of tall structures in dense urban conditions, their environmental success, availability of public spaces and consideration of human comfort in them.
Jankowski, Piotr, "The Public Sky-Spacer" (2016). Architecture Thesis Prep. 344.
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