The concept of sustainability became a
predominant part of modern society by the end of the
twentieth century. As in many other fields, sustainability
has also become a vital component in architecture.
Sustainable architecture is the perfect blend of
aesthetics and ecology, creating resource-efficient
structures that benefit the overall well-being of their
inhabitants. Sustainable design can significantly enhance
the quality of life for individuals who reside within these
buildings and, more importantly, it can have a profound
impact on the environment (Ugreen).
The term 'sustainable architecture' places a strong
emphasis on the latter, with a primary focus on the
discipline itself and the products that result from it. The
definition of sustainability centers around two crucial
factors: the fundamental 'needs'—such as food, shelter,
and clothing—and the other 'needs' that enable
individuals to lead ethical and comfortable lives (Terry
Williamson et al., 2003).
Keywords : Sustainable Architecture, Sustainability, Principles, Healthy Built Environment, Ecology, Sustainable Development, Architecture.