Urbane outdoor patterns that are suitable to maintain and reasonable are the latest in architectural progress. Marcus Hiles has seen the growth in demand for open-air spaces that are ecological while also being reasonable. Environmental and conservation selections such as rainwater/graywater harvesting and permeable pavement are processes followed most often. By using rooftop collection methodology, rainwater harvesting channels liquid from the air for storage in a well to be disinfected and reused on-site. Graywater makes use of household wastewater and sends it to toilets and non-drinking purposes, dropping fresh water needs and preserving resources on purification. A novelty in environmentally minded construction, permeable paving, goes back to thousands of years to a period when societies first built roads by creating layers in beds over the ground. The method allows the rain to pass through small openings among four layers of filtration (paving material, gravel, fabric, sand) prior to getting absorbed by the ground under. Its positive effects include lowering runoff and pollution, restraining the flow of storm water to drains, refilling local groundwater supplies and providing a skid resistant surface for walkways, patios and driveways; their various beautiful patterns often feature crushed stone, brick, and reused concrete.