عنوان مقاله [English]
Moving towards sustainable development in collective living environments will not be possible without considering its foundations. Despite different definitions of sustainable development in different forums related to human environment issues, this article provides a more comprehensive definition of sustainable development based on the concept of human needs. Emphasizing this definition, this article does not consider it possible to move towards explaining the principles of sustainable development of residential environments and urban spaces without considering the human dimensions that are manifested in the form of human needs. This article focuses on the analysis of these needs and their use in order to have a more comprehensive understanding of the principles and concepts related to the sustainable development of residential environments. Reviewing the literature and theoretical foundations of sustainability and sustainable development in residential environments based on an archival research method, this article selects the model of human needs of Abraham Maslow, a framework tailored to human desires for sustainable development through comparative analysis of various contemporary patterns and paradigms, tailored to Suggests cultural, social, economic and environmental contexts in residential environments. The results of the analysis show that the proposed models for residential environments in the early last century during an evolutionary process from mere attention to meeting basic human needs to satisfy higher human needs, especially semantics and aesthetics for psychological stabilization of residential environments while protecting Information technology-based environments have shifted towards creativity and innovation.