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|Type of Document
||Howland, Hans Russell
||An interdisciplinary review structure of architectural sustainability
||Master of Landscape Architecture
|Bork, Dean R.
|Johnson, Benjamin C.
|Schubert, Robert P.
- landscape architecture
|Date of Defense
The production of sustainable architecture has traditionally been inhibited by the
inability to formulate a comprehensive scheme of environmental and project review. The
environmental constructs(The ways that an environment naturally regulates itself
independently from human influences) and the project objectives(The motivations for
architectural development) each have aspects that relate to sustainability, some of which are
interrelated and dependent on the other aspects for their existence and maintenance.
The interdisciplinary review structure integrates existing evaluative methodologies and
concepts into a personal, foundational analysis for sustainable architectural development. The
structure integrates the developmental objectives of individual disciplines and professions into
a comprehensive evaluation scheme for environments and architectural projects. The
combined aspects and systems required for sustainability devise parameters to support a
sustainable architecture for a site specific environment
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