Auxiliary towns with a stable architectural approach

Author: 
Hassan Dushamil and Hossein Baher

The purpose of this study is to introduce a technological and intelligent architecture called auxiliary town in which three important principles (eco-technology, green architecture, and stable development) have been as main basis for design, calculation, and implementation. According to consideration of other stable architectural principles (perception of place sense, existence space and without disturbing in it, use of natural energies such as solar and wind energy, applying native durable recyclable materials, collecting and use of water specially rain, thermal and acoustic insulation, proper isolation of the building, natural conditioning ability by the favor of ceiling, and correct sky lighting), this town can be introduced as a successful sample of stable architecture in our country. Its simple executable details with ability of easy implementation, high speed in implementing the building, anti-earthquake, waterproofing, soundproofing, heat resistant, anti-striking, high bending strength, high tensile strength, eliminating various types of mortars and irons, manufacturing ability, 100 percent of recycling ability, without construction waste, without polluting the environment, anti-flammable ability, plain external and internal surfaces so that it can be easily wallpapered or can be coated with a dye, and the most important of them, its consistency with all weather conditions available in our country, and optimization of energy consumption are some other benefits. In addition to application of various types of it in construction industry as vertical internal and external walls, it is applied as floor, false ceiling, and final ceiling without using truss and consistent with the culture and native architectural tradition of every region.

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