Strengthens human relationships and responsibilities toward others' needs and environmental problems (Girard, 1997, Salama, 1998). Co-operation: since the multiplicity of sustainable environment requires all various disciplines of the planning process to become part of the this process (Bonnes, 1998). Thus communication and partnership become crucial aspects in designing sustainable communities. Regenerative concepts: since regenerative design allows the implication of the ecosystematic order in designing the physical environment, meanwhile it provides unlimited opportunities for invention (Lyle, 1994). Thus art and science are merged in the design product. The study introduces examples presenting several projects for new communities, including the analyses of site planning, user groups, investments expectation activities required, the available natural resources, and systems used for agriculture and irrigation. Based on the argument introduced and the field survey the paper ends with a list of suggested strategies that aim to guide architects and urban planners how to cement connections between interests of different groups, the natural aspects, and the physical environment of the new communities.