Ekofickan : gestaltning i det lilla med naturen som förebild
Sammanfattning: Urban areas are expanding due to more people living and moving into the bigger cities. As the population grows in the whole world every year and predicts double within the cities till 2030, the urban exploitation will follow by approximately 60 per cent. When new land is claimed the flora and fauna will have to be removed. In this essay we investigate how small urban areas can be optimized to incorporate green infrastructure within Stockholm. By implementing green solutions in small spaces we hope to raise the awareness of the importance of connecting people with green urban environments. This is to make the cities more habitable, increase the biodiversity in educational purposes and to coexist instead of disconnect with nature itself. We see pollution, species in decline and human stress as one of the big public health problems. By making a design proposal on Åsögatan 144 based on environmental psychological theories and studies about plant material and green solutions we want to show how these solutions can be implemented to make a greener and more sustainable city that hopefully will lead to reduction of pollution, species decline and human stress.
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