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Noun Concept
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built environment  architectural environment  artificial environment  artificial landscape  constructed environment
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The term built environment refers to human-made conditions and is often used in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, public health, sociology, and anthropology, among others. Wikipedia
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The term built environment refers to human-made conditions and is often used in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, public health, sociology, and anthropology, among others. Wikipedia
Constructed surroundings that provide the setting for human activity, ranging from the large-scale civic surroundings to the personal places Wikipedia Disambiguation
Environment created by humans Wikidata
That part of the physical surroundings which are people-made or people-organized, such as buildings and other major structures, roads, bridges and the like, down to lesser objects such as traffic lights, telephone and pillar boxes. OmegaWiki