Natural elements present in the site surroundings (Vegetation, rocks, river etc)
Analysis of Services in and around site
Contour Analysis is very important for efficient site planning. Contour Analysis helps in determining the slope of the site which proves to be an important factor for site planning.
Recording the flora fauna, soil subsoil, underground water, above ground
Important requirements to be incorporated while site planning | Green Infrastructure
Active, Semi-active and Passive features are to be listed out which we can incorporate into our design.
We have already discussed various Passive and Active features regarding Green Architecture. All these features have to be studied, analysed on site if they exist and then should be incorporated into your design.
Design and allocation of Active and Passive features is an important part of Zoning.
People all over the world are realizing the need for the conservation of natural resources that are being used for the sake of creating spaces that involve use of materials that are energy intensive and are expensive.
Green Building Architecture is all about a building’s entire life cycle from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction. People are now concerned about factors such as economy, utility, durability, and comfort, of course you also use other’s help to do the work, specially when it comes to roofing, you always need companies like ProFormance Roofing to give their opinion. The practice of Green and Sustainable design is growing throughout the world making people concerned about various issues regarding building design and have achieved quite a lot of success.
Every country in the world has their own traditional architectural styles. Traditional architectural styles involve the use of materials that are locally available and are available in abundance. But lately, after the industrial revolution and creation of energy intensive materials, the mindsets of people have changed drastically. They crave for more of fancy designs that involve the use of materials that are not available locally but are imported from different cities of the country or altogether different nations of the world. This style is called “Contemporary or Modern Design.”