About the book
Housing is one of the basic needs of humans. Each society needs to make housing affordable for every single person in society. The housing policy is a part of state policy and has a special authority to manage that. Every single house considers a built habitat where the human being can live in and settle. We need to understand that the housing process asks for a unique strategy to introduce living qualities in human habitation. Something which deals with his sentiment among these qualities.
The core focus of this book considers that housing is a human living space in a sustainable modern society, where sustainability became the engine factor for any creation of new cities. It starts with the legislation and ends with the confirmation of the living unit. Sustainable housing must therefore ensure that the habitation area must be functional, comfortable, and environmental to meet both human today's needs and future visions. In terms of the above definition, housing has to stand in a sustainable relationship to the natural systems. It is characterized by environmentally friendly and certified materials - both in terms of manufacture, transport, use, and maintenance. Recyclable materials or materials that can be disposed of with minimal use of energy are other measures. Reduced energy and resource consumption are in focus as well. In the broad context, sustainable housing seeks to maximize the habitat units and minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and the development of human space. It is well-known that the idea of sustainability, or ecological design, is to ensure that our actions and decisions today do not inhibit the opportunities of future generations.