Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on Innovation in Science and Technology
Investigation of equestrian club in order to benefit from indigenous and sustainable architecture (Case study: Kordan region)
Shohreh Azodanlou Ghajar, Azadeh Shahcheraghi
Today, with the development and advancement of technology, the need to pay attention to sustainable development and construction in accordance with the principles of indigenous architecture in order to make optimal use of available natural resources is of particular importance. This issue, which has important consequences such as saving energy consumption and increasing human harmony with nature and approaching sustainable architecture, is of concern around the world. In the process of this article, we have tried to address the role of architecture in improving the quality of breeding and maintenance of horses and provide suggestions on how to design based on standards and according to the principles of indigenous and sustainable architecture. Because by using local design and considering the climate of buildings and the body of cities and villages, we can play a significant and decisive role in reducing fuel consumption and preserving it for future generations. Therefore, in today’s world, due to the deterioration of existing energies, it seems necessary to implement sustainable architecture.The purpose of this article is to make maximum use of environmental potentials in order to save energy and improve the quality of comfort through the correct forms in the design. For this purpose, the present study investigates equestrian clubs with a descriptive-theoretical method according to indigenous and sustainable architectural patterns.
Keywords: Sustainable architecture, Indigenous architecture, Equestrian complex.