Category:Arcology

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English: Arcology, a portmanteau of the words "architecture" and "ecology"is a set of architectural design principles aimed toward the design of enormous habitats (hyperstructures) of extremely high human population density. These largely hypothetical structures would contain a variety of residential, commercial, and agricultural facilities and minimize individual human environmental impact. They are often portrayed as self-contained or economically self-sufficient. See also Category:Planned communities.
Arcología (es); 建築生態學 (yue); Аркология (ky); Arkologija (lt); 生態建築學 (zh); arcologie (fr); Аркология (ru); arcologia (it); Arkologie (de); Arcologia (pt); Arkologia (fi); Arkologi (nb); Аркология (bg); Arkology (fy); Arkoloji (tr); アーコロジー (ja); Arkologi (sv); Аркологія (uk); Arkologi (id); Arkologia (pl); ארקולוגיה (he); Arkologiya (az); Arcologie (nl); वास्तुस्थितिकी (hi); arcologia (ca); 생태건축학 (ko); arcology (en); عمارة بيئية (ar); аркологија (mk); Kiến trúc nhân tạo (vi) field of creating architectural design principles for very densely populated, ecologically low-impact human habitats (en); العالم البيئي (ar) Эко-архитектура (ru); 完全環境都市, 完全環境計画都市, アルコロジー (ja); Arcology (de); archologie (fr); Arcologia (es); 建築生態學 (zh); Arcology (nl)
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field of creating architectural design principles for very densely populated, ecologically low-impact human habitats
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