Second Level Subjects
Ekistics concerns the science of human settlements, including regional, city, community planning and dwelling design. The study involves every kind of human settlement, with particular attention to geography, ecology, human psychology, anthropology, culture, politics, and occasionally aesthetics.
Organizations relating to Ekistics
European Society of Golf Course Architects / Est. 1990
ICOMOS International Committee for Vernacular Architecture / Est. 1976
Young European Architects
Committee for the Activities of the Council of Europe in the field of Biological and Landscape Diversity / Est. 1986
Modern Asian Architecture Network / Est. 2001
International Centre for the Study of the Architecture Andrea Palladio / Est. 1958
EcoAgriculture Partners / Est. 2002
International Centre for Earth Construction / Est. 1979
Mediterranean Federation of Schools of Architecture
European Network for Long-Term Forest Ecosystem and Landscape Research / Est. 2000
International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism / Est. 2001
International Association of Unions of Architects / Est. 1992
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society / Est. 1973
Centre of Art and Communication / Est. 1968
Arab Architects Organization / Est. 1994
African School of Architecture and Town Planning / Est. 1975
IFLA Europe / Est. 1989
Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region
International Federation of Landscape Architects / Est. 1948
Association for Participation and Regional Action / Est. 1979
International Development in Environment and Architecture Foundation
International Federation of Interior Architects / Designers / Est. 1963
Ibero-American Council of Associations of Architects
International Centre for Studies of Architecture / Est. 1959
European Association for Flowers and Landscaping / Est. 1996
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