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Vol 3,  No 1,  March  2017

 

 

Traditional Architectural Principles To Use Future ‎Residents

DOI:10.14331/ijfaa.2017.330008

http://dx.doi.org/10.14331/ijfaa.2017.330008

 

Maral Kangavari, Hadi Bagheri Sabzevar

 

ABSTRACT

 

In spite of outstanding cultural and historical background, the architecture is in the bad position and from the standpoint of the great experts, has ‎faces crisis been many including the crisis of identity. Identity crisis is resulted from various social issues such as distance between the social ‎layers of past and present, or in other words the gap between traditional and modern architectures. In traditional architecture with a unified ‎approach and aesthetics in which architects teach all matters of faith and architecture as oral taught to the pupils and each with their own talent ‎and thought adds something, passed a slow process toward a high position, but by the sudden arrival of West culture, this architecture has been ‎forgotten and young architects with no foreground, try to create modern architecture with the lack of culture and identity. This paper by ‎presenting an overview of the principles of traditional architecture and its values, investigates the persistence and beauty reasons and with an ‎overview to contemporary architecture, studies its crisis and identity crisis and refer to the persistence and identity of a work of architecture. It is ‎hoped that it is a step for the emergence of Iranian style and buildings with identity and persistence for Iran and Iranian and once again, art and ‎architecture of Iran is presented on the global agenda.‎

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