The Contribution Of Reformulating Environmental Architecture Redevelopment In Reducing The Negative Environmental Impacts Of Railway Stations

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Reham Eldessuky Hamed
Ayah Mohamed Ramadan


The United Nations Panel on Climate Change's multiple environmental assessments emphasized the importance of addressing effective circumstances for reducing the impact of worldwide warming and carbon emissions and adapting to climate change. This requires the solidarity of existing railway stations' architectural and urban development to reimage the sense of place, respect climate response, and reduce the negative environmental impact. Case study: Beni Suef railway station, where the methodology is based on the development of the present station in terms of the architectural concept,
environmental impact, and energy conservation as the biophilic perspective to improve customer satisfaction and station performance.

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Reham Eldessuky Hamed

Assoc.Prof. Beni-Suef University, Architecture Dep., Faculty of Engineering, Beni Suef, Egypt.

Ayah Mohamed Ramadan

Lecturer, architecture department at the modern academEngineeringeering and Technology