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Week 2 discussion: Vernacular designing and sustainability approach
answer these following discussion questions in essay format( use pdf lecture, reading attached, and other sources 1. Which of the vernacular design elements and materials presented in the lecture stood out to you as the most relevant examples of climate adaptation? Why? (lecture is attached) 2. What lessons in sustainability can we learn from organic and traditional urban patterns? What lessons can we learn from informal settlements?
Vernacular designing and sustainability approach Name Institution of Affiliation Instructor Date Vernacular design elements and materials as per climatic adaptation Green buildings are one of the best examples of the vernacular designs which made a great consideration in the adaptation of the climate. Considering the example of beehive houses near Aleppo in Syria, these houses are well constructed in the typical perspective of the climate of the region. The design depends on local materials and the adaptation of the climate. The dwellings are constructed of mud bricks with plastered walls of the small earth