Renewed Health Environments
Submission Deadline: Feb. 15, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Ghada Younis
University of mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Guest Editors
  • Mohammed Shinen
    Department of Science, College of Basic Education, University of Babylon
    Halh, Iraq
  • Jiao Kexin
    Department of School of Metallurgical and Ecological Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing
    Beijing, China
  • Mohsen Bagheri
    Department of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology
    Ghaemshar, Mazandaran, Iran
  • Assma Aldabbagh
    Department of Architecture,College of Engineering,University of Mosul
    Mosul, Iraq
  • Rachid Maouedj
    Research Unit for Renewable Energies in the Saharan Medium (URERMS)
    Adrar, Algeria
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The development of the concept of a renewed health environment as a response to the degradation of systems The spread of natural urbanization such as green spaces, "The willingness of the individual to speak, the increasing isolation of nature, and the increase in the loss of biological diversity." Escape from all circumstances when frustrated, Especially for those involved in high levels of motivation. The importance of studying this concept and the role that these environments play in renewing the health of individuals inbuilt urban environments have emerged. Stress is among the most important features of today's contemporary society, which in turn affect human mental health, as well as physical and emotional effects. The negative effects of stress are reflected in the ability of the mind to focus and perform the tasks of mental stress, such as fatigue and exhaustion. , Here shows the role of architect and designer spaces in the internal investment of social spaces and hospitality spaces as a temporary daily escape to achieve the renewal of human capacity in the face of the requirements of life, the problem of research in the lack of knowledge of the characteristics and Elements of interior environments refurbished health and supportive of the concept of extension. In order to solve the research problem, the research adopted a hypothesis which states: "The design elements of the internal space support and realizes the characteristics of extended and thus contribute to the achievement of regeneration and reduce the levels of tension. The two main elements in achieving the concept of extended space included the physical extension (the concept of breadth) and the conceptual extension, Secondary vocabulary included (spirituality, characterization, and refuge).

Aims and Scope:

  1. healing design
  2. interior environments
  3. architecture
  4. design
  5. extended spaces
  6. supported life-energy
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