Establish the Brunei Tropical Biodiversity Centre and the Royal Brunei Botanic Gardens in the next future. Publish the flora and fauna of Brunei. Star 2: Forest as Sustainable Products Keeping our forest resources sustainable, optimal and environmentally productive. The strategies are: Revise and enforce forestry laws and regulations effectively. Develop and maintain strategic reserve for the natural production forest
The emphasis on the form of Wright was on the horizontal acted to the house which makes the building belong to the ground. In the forest, thick with trees and fractured by rock walls, Wright restates the horizontal as the datum of human dwelling, its freedom indicated by the way in which the horizontal concrete planes turn and interlock as they layer one above the other. Wright created shelter that is founded on the principle of this horizontal freedom and openness rather than the traditional understanding of closure. Yet the sense of shelter so evident even on the outside of Falling water comes from the fact that Wright built the house into its site, anchoring it to the earth (Harrison, 1992) . The house provides the function of shelter by opening to its sites, rather than by closing it
The color of the year for 2017 is called Greenery, which fully reflects the desire of a regular person to find comfort, environmental friendliness and bond with nature. The color green is often used in interior design. It has a quality to calm, quench negative emotions; it helps to concentrate and find the right solution. You can choose any shade of green, starting with olive and ending with emerald. The theme of the tropics, popular in interior and fashion design, became the result of the craving for all that is natural.
Like the Habitat’s designer lifestyle in the 1960s, MUJI’s lifestyle ideals are expressed altogether in a seamless aesthetic experience. IKEA maintains a comparable seamless aesthetics across its range of products, advertisements and catalogues, but its retail storefront experience deviates from MUJI. IKEA’s stores are not just furniture showrooms, but part museum, part shopping theme park - consisting of restaurants and childcare facilities that creates a welcoming, interactive retail experience. It aims to inspire and embody our ideal home, where else a MUJI store hopes to affirm to the idea of a compact, organised and orderly lifestyle. (Theguardian.com, 2015) This emphasis on brand image is crucial to both IKEA and MUJI and is critical in restraining further thought about the origins of their products and purpose of their retail experiences.
The word “bio” means life and the word “morphic” means transformation, in an art sense it is a focusof power on the natural life and use of organic shapes. Many sculptures are based on characteristics seen in nature, although many artworks are surreal, biomorphism can be seen in organic art. Organic art consists of art made purely from natural resources, a good example of this is when artists make use of sand as a material for their art work. Biomorphic designers and artists have made it clear that using nature as inspiration is a sustainable and innovative way of designing. Nature is a, hopefully, forever lasting resource that we will always be able to use as inspiration for not only design but other aspects of life.
1.THE NEED AND RELEVANCE of TREES Humans need trees to survive. We also need them because they provide us with beauty in our daily lives. Our existing forests and the trees we plant work in tandem to make a better world. Not only are trees essential for life, but as the longest living species on earth, they give us a link between the past, present and future. It’s critical that woodlands, rainforests and trees in urban settings, such as parks, are preserved and sustainably managed across the world.
With the awareness of global environment vernacular homes in Kenya can be designed to meet the requirements of the modern living and us a result bring back the identity, culture and environment of the place itself. KEYWORDS: Climate, Architecture, Vernacular house, Modern house, Kenya 1.INTRODUCTION Creating of
Villages depict a certain shape or form for example some villages are just a cluster of homesteads. The morphology of settlements is heavily influenced by culture, socio-economic needs of society and by the history of the people. Main types of settlement patterns Linear Pattern Houses are located along roads, rivers (figure 2.1a) and railway lines. People seek the advantages brought about by these resources. Rectangular Pattern This is mainly found on plains or wide valleys.
Orchard became source of pleasure and happy solitude. Beautiful trees, birds, coolness of orchard created a desire in Sampath to swallow all that pleasantness so that he can be permanently happy. Orchard provides ecological base and setting to this novel. All characters wander and live in orchard which is main place of all events and hullabaloo as suggested in the title. Orchard has rich ecological wealth.
From the root to fruit of the tree the species is useful to mankind. Tamil Nadu Government has declared Palmyrah Palm as State Tree in 1978. Palakkad District of Kerala State is popularly called as "land of Palmyrah trees". It is also a National symbol of Cambodia and the country’s flag has palmyrah symbol. Still many palmyrah trees are found around monument