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Urban Structure Theory of Future Cities

  • Open or CloseHatef Jafari Sharami*

    Department of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Eyvanekey, Iran

    *Corresponding author:Hatef Jafari Sharami, Department of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Eyvanekey, Eyvanekey, Semnan, Iran

Submission: October 25, 2023;Published: January 31, 2024

DOI: 10.31031/AES.2024.03.000568

Volume3 Issue2


The practical implementation of natural ventilation in windproof structures is hindered due to the presence of air pollution and the high density of buildings. Also, the adoption of clean energy solutions like solar panels and photovoltaic water heaters to provide electricity and hot water faces numerous challenges in densely populated cities. The author suggests that future architecture will experience a significant transformation, incorporating advanced technologies and sustainable practices. This evolution will involve integrating solar panels and windcatchers throughout buildings, instead of just limiting them to the roof space and the emergence of new buildings for specific sustainable functions. As a result, buildings are expected to move away from traditional and symbolic designs and gradually adopt a more machine-like appearance.

Keywords:Future cities; Future urban structure; Urban structure theory

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