Research on the relations between neighborhood (form, organization and community) and sustainability targets has increased substantially in recent years, to assure more sustainable and livable living environments.
If the Slovenian cities should remain competitive and attractive for living and economic activities, it is necessary to strengthen the comprehensiveness of planning, with the various components and aspects of urban development being considered and
Specifically, the research develops the evaluation model for neighbourhood sustainability performance index, based on the modular system of indicators and to it connected methodology for the interpretation of resulting values.
Its premises were based on the finding that the actual state of spatial relationships (i.e., relationships between individual spatial elements created) tends to worsen because of overly general program and spatial acts and thus poorer applicabilit
Attention is given to research into the relationship between the creative practice of architecture and users, sustainable urban planning and development policies for the protection and planning of cultural landscapes.
The complex system of watercourses, stillwaters, bogs and other wetlands of the Dolomites and East Tyrol is a wealth for the community living in the area: they are biotopes of great landscape value, providing important ecosystem services and hosti