Event Title

Avoiding and reflecting on disasters with resilience and regenerative design.

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

According to the EM-DAT - The international disasters database, the total natural disasters reported each year has been steadily increasing in recent decades, from 48 in 1960 to 348 in 2014. Effective global strategy for environmental regeneration is missing. The built environment plays an important role in avoiding and reflecting on disasters.

This paper aims to identify the regenerative and resilient design activities needed in the process of environmental and urban regeneration. Developed the conceptual framework will represent the context in which the study is conducted

Mitigating climate change and increasing energy consumption requires paradigm shift toward integrated design strategies in multiple scales (building, the neighborhood, and city). The integrated approach focuses on the activities at different levels to produce synergistic effects.

From research findings it became clear, that, a new concept, based on the synergies from regenerative and resilience design activities, haze to be created as an integrated system of discrete disconnected parts in all scales of build environment.

This paper concludes with new concept design principles that support environmental and urban resilience activities in multiple scales, dimensions, and all phases.

Keywords:

Regenerative design, disasters, resilience

Session Chair

Lulzim Beqiri

Session Co-Chair

Mimoza Sylejmani

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 1:30 PM

End Date

26-10-2019 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.238

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Avoiding and reflecting on disasters with resilience and regenerative design.

Pristina, Kosovo

According to the EM-DAT - The international disasters database, the total natural disasters reported each year has been steadily increasing in recent decades, from 48 in 1960 to 348 in 2014. Effective global strategy for environmental regeneration is missing. The built environment plays an important role in avoiding and reflecting on disasters.

This paper aims to identify the regenerative and resilient design activities needed in the process of environmental and urban regeneration. Developed the conceptual framework will represent the context in which the study is conducted

Mitigating climate change and increasing energy consumption requires paradigm shift toward integrated design strategies in multiple scales (building, the neighborhood, and city). The integrated approach focuses on the activities at different levels to produce synergistic effects.

From research findings it became clear, that, a new concept, based on the synergies from regenerative and resilience design activities, haze to be created as an integrated system of discrete disconnected parts in all scales of build environment.

This paper concludes with new concept design principles that support environmental and urban resilience activities in multiple scales, dimensions, and all phases.