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Hey! So Glad You’re Here.

As people of today, we, an architect and an academic, are contributors to this blog. We will try to convey many of our discoveries for our members here.

We are trying to act with the awareness that something needs to be done about environmental sustainability in the century that we live in. Needless to say, with the Industrial Revolution started at the end of the 18th century, the pollution of the Earth by human has accelerated dramatically.

     The Industrial Revolution, which spanned a long period of 125 years, started in England at the end of the 1700s and spread rapidly in Europe and then to all over the World. The fact that the speed of this process reached its saturation in the early 1900s unfortunately didn’t neceseserraly mean to decrease in the environmental pollution. Chemical pollution resulting from two successive world wars has become an unbelievable threat to human health.

      During the Cold War period, which started as soon as the Second World War ended, the increase in the number of people in the world (baby-boomers generation) together with the population increase policies of the countries necessitated an increase in the need for mass housing. This situation has led to the gradual decrease of green areas in the world. The gradual decrease in green areas indicates how important landscaping is in areas with complex buildings. With the Digital Age just after the year of 1990, there is a trend in the field of architecture for smart housing designs.

         People have come to prefer to get professional support to design minimalist designs and scientifically proven green spaces that will help them to follow a psychologically positive course in their own homes, which is one of the only spaces in big cities where they can live their individuality with peace of mind. Mainly here, we will try to explain this dimension of life.