The present research deals with the housing theory and the Ekistics magazine, which was founded by Greek town planner Konstantinos Doxiadis with the support of Jacqueline Tyrwhitt (town planner, journalist, etc.). The article examines the origins of housing conceptions and Doxiadis' vision for a perfect web in particular. The second chapter begins with a description of the organization of the magazine Oikistiki, after which I classify all of the magazine's articles from the first to the last year of publication (1957-2007). During the archiving, I made some observations and decided to map the appearance of concepts such as environment, nature, and ecosystem. I attempted to follow the word in the magazine utilizing diagrams and issues and articles from the magazine. Because it is a perennial concern, the environmental issue piqued my interest. I was able to better comprehend how science worked in the last century by translating pertinent journal articles, which helped me avoid a disastrous end. I draw conclusions on how the problem was resolved at the time and the measures made to minimize it after studying the methods undertaken to change the mentality and address the issue.