Regenerating The Spatial Patterns Of Contemporary Neighborhoods In Tehran Based On Traditional Neighborhood Patterns By Examining The Evolution Of Two Periods Of Qajar And Contemporary
Barati Goudarzi, Nasibe
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Passing from traditional society to modern and from modern to network society is emerging whole world by leaving bad and good effects. Iran has passed this transition from traditional to modern very quickely without preparing scientific, cultural and artistic bases. Old neighborhoods which were places to ghatering people with common Ethnic, religious, social and economic properties gradually had been distincted from environs during the lapse of ages. In this Study patterns and origins of traditional neighborhoods of Tehran city and revolution of transformation have been studied and analyzed by reconsideration theories and aspects. For needed information in this case of study two neighborhoods from different periods have been selected. Odlajan from Qajar age and Shahid Bagheri in 22 zone of Tehran from contemporary. Evaluation of the resulting patterns based on theorical foundations and studies has caused regenerating these patterns to employ in contemporary neighborhoods designs. Based on the principles and patterns extracted in the theoretical foundations of traditional neighborhoods and the needs of today's society and recreating the patterns and principles, principles and standards proposed in the form of three factors of form (the form of physical, urban perspective), performance (system of land use and activity, movement and access systems), perception (skeletal public space) have been suggested.