Preserving The Shoreline: A Potential Approach of Eco-Architecture on The Seacoast of Bay of Bengal
Keywords:Eco-architecture; Eco-friendly; Beach resort; Recycling; Sustainability; Hospitality.
The natural beauty of the coastline of the Bay of Bengal is undoubtedly heavily scenic, with the sea on one side and green hills on the other. To preserve this mesmerizing beauty of the remote area of Inani, the project aimed to establish an eco-friendly tourism hub following an eco-architecture approach without creating any visual disruptions to nature and featuring the ecological, social, cultural, and socio-economic aspects. The methodology involved designing and implementing low height structures using sustainable and recycled materials on the site to ensure a full panoramic view from every level of design so that the tourists can enjoy every drop of connection with nature. This successful eco-friendly design has created a sense of environmental awareness among the locals of this remote area, who came to know a different aspect of architecture that focuses more on the environment's potentiality rather than designing a concrete jungle.
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