Environmental Nexus: And You’ll Recognize Us by Our Places
This study looks at the locations of an urban zone within a Biosphere Reserve in southern Brazil, as well as the potential for synergy between their biological and social systems. It assumes: I that people’s perceptions of their regional rootedness benefit sustainability; and (ii) that current progress in the conceptualization of “place” contributes to the pursuit of sustainability, because the concept’s core factors deal specifically with the relationship between people and environment. This article investigates how people perceive real and imagined environments, as well as the various types of perception they elicit. Real places are thought to be socially constructed. and administration (public or private). In the field of Architecture-Urbanism, place is a built environmental form that has symbolic meaning for its users. The discipline is evolving toward a more thorough concern with the philosophical implications of places on phenomenological grounds as the paradigm shift from modernism to postmodernism occurs. Furthermore, because of the economic progress associated with place creation, the construction and marketing of new places are becoming widely recognized as powerful tools for fostering wealth and well-being. The combined private and public management of the region’s places, as well as the restrained design they currently employ, are laying the groundwork for prosperous development, demonstrating wise use of regional resources. Overall, it appears that residents have learned to live in harmony with their surroundings. This suggests a clear manifestation of sustainable development that merits further investigation. Presumably, because it sits at the intersection of physical, social, economic, and behavioral sciences, the concept of place appears to be a promising approach to addressing long-term regional development planning issues.
Author (S) Details
School of Architecture, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Sarmento Leite 320, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
School of Art, Design, and Architecture, Judson University, Harm A. Weber Acad. Center #408, Elgin, IL, USA.
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