ISSN: 2717-4417
Urban Scape
The effect of visible Configuration and scape of tall buildings from urban pathways on the perceptual-psychological reactions of people (Case study: Zagros Tower in Hamedan)

pooria saadativaghar

Volume 12, Issue 47 , June 2023, , Pages 33-50

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.020

Abstract
  Highlights- Using the quantitative method of oppression analysis of tall buildings, one can judge the location of an urban tall building.- A quantitative study of the psychological effects of tall buildings can be a complementary method to laboratory studies in this field.- Using the EFA method, the ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Developing the model of research method in urban landscape studies emphasizing the Saunders’ research onion

Hajar Assadpour; Mahmoud Ghalehnoee; Armin Bahramian

Volume 12, Issue 45 , February 2023, , Pages 3-18

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.010

Abstract
  Highlights- The six layers of the research onion include research philosophy, approach to theory development, methodological choice, strategy, time horizons, and techniques and procedures including data collection and analysis.- The researchers developed the research onion for the concept of urban landscape, ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Effect of Green Index on the Visual Preference Matrix of Kaplans in the Residential Streetscapes: Bakhsh-e-Hasht Neighborhood, Sari

Aida Arjmandtabar; Raheleh Rostami

Volume 12, Issue 45 , February 2023, , Pages 43-56

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2023.010

Abstract
  Highlights- The physical characteristics of streetscapes, including the widths of the pathways, are effective on the functions of Kaplan’s matrix.- Kaplan’s visual preference matrix plays a more effective role in non-urban landscapes than in urban ones.- A higher green index causes more final ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Clarification of the hidden language of the modern metropolis of Tehran by analyzing the selected Iranian movies in 2016

nazila rashidpour; Mohsen Habibi; Manouchehr tabibian

Volume 11, Issue 43 , August 2022, , Pages 77-86

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.166

Abstract
  Highlights - As a social space and cultural production of modernity and the capitalist economy, the metropolis has been encoded to convey the preferred meanings. - The metropolis cannot present itself beyond the limitations of any strictly positivistic outlook, and it requires semiotic and phenomenological ...  Read More

Urban Scape
The effect of the visual elements of the murals of Tehran Theater Metro Station on the perceptual-visual desirability from the viewpoint of citizens, professionals and artists

Faranak Kabiri; Bahador Zamani; alireza khajeh ahmad attari

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2022, , Pages 17-30

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.551

Abstract
  Highlights:Artworks concerning frontages as media of communication among the artwork, the artist, and the public and frameworks for interaction with locationsCommon viewpoint held by untrained observers (citizens), trained observers (visual art specialists), and creators (artists) in the appraisal of ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Construction, Normalisation and Validation of Urban Park Environmental Security Scale based on users’ preference (Case study: Mellat Park, Tehran, Iran)

soudabeh gholipour; Jamaloddin Mahdinezhad; Bahram Saleh Sedghpour

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2022, , Pages 59-72

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.513

Abstract
  Highlights Relevant key issues were extracted form users’ responses to an open-ended questionnaire and their application to a closed-ended questionnaire. The environmental variables affecting the security of urban public spaces were documented and summarized. The factors and criteria effective ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Evaluation of the Urban Squares Scape Applying "Simon Bell Landscape Analysis Technique" (Case Study: Qom's Imam Khomeini Square)

Bahador Zamani; Shirin Eslami

Volume 10, Issue 37 , February 2021, , Pages 3-16

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.247

Abstract
    Highlights Simon Bell Landscape Analysis Technique is an appropriate technique in townscape analysis with a physical approach. Spatial, structural and ordering organizing patterns have the most scores from the experts' viewpoints in the Imam Khomeini Square, respectively. Patterns of visual organizing ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Explaining the relational model of city views and the desirability of citizens' emotional responses in Sanandaj using the contextual theory approach

Mohammad Azad Ahmadi; Mehrdad Karimimoshaver; Saeid Alitajer

Volume 10, Issue 37 , February 2021, , Pages 85-94

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.416

Abstract
  Highlights The quality of urban views leaves desirable or undesirable emotional responses on people. City is a homogeneous or heterogeneous network of diversity of urban views to upgrade or diminish citizen's emotions.   Introduction The appearance of a city can influence the creation of good or ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Analyzing the visibility of high-rise buildings in the urban landscapes using GIS (Case study of Sanandaj city)

Mohammad Azad Ahmadi; Mehrdad Karimi Moshaver

Volume 7, Issue 26 , May 2018, , Pages 31-42

https://doi.org/10.34785/J011.2018.029

Abstract
  Today, the issue of visibility assessment and visual impact (dominance) of a building on its surrounding context is considered as one of the most important issues of urban landscape. Accordingly, this paper analyzes the visibility of two high-rise buildings in the center and west of Sanandaj using raw ...  Read More

Urban Scape
the Children's Mental Images from Urban Street Landscape

ali asadpour; Paria Barzegar; Niloufar Keshavarzi

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, , Pages 27-40

https://doi.org/10.22034/urbs.2017.55759

Abstract
  Attention to the users is one of the main factors in successful architectural design. Therefore, for successful urban design with which all age groups can interact, it is necessary to know enough about each of them. For example, the mental and physical scale of children is different from adults. As a ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Legibility- based urban regeneration, an approach toward both physical and contentual revival of the main structure

sadaf ostad ghafari

Volume 5, Issue 17 , February 2016, , Pages 29-40

Abstract
  Legibility is one of the most important characteristics of good urban environments which improves the communication between people and place by helping them to perceive and recognize their environment more deeply and precisely. Unfortunately, achieving legibility in today’s urban environments has ...  Read More

Urban Design
The comparison of public perception and preference between regular-geometrical and natural-organic urban parks ( Case study: Laleh park and Daneshjoo park)

m f; f m; m r; m a

Volume 4, Issue 13 , February 2015, , Pages 5-16

Abstract
  Apart from providing homes for native wildlife, parks have many values. The last few decades of the 20th century have seen a rapid change in approaches towards nature in the urban environment, which reflects more familiarity with nature amongst the general public and landscape professionals. Benefits ...  Read More

Urban Scape
A Comparative Analysis of Sanandaj Urban Area Examples, using Isovist and Visibility Graph Analysis

m k; a a; m a

Volume 4, Issue 13 , February 2015, , Pages 33-42

Abstract
  Isovist and Visibility Graph analysis tools are used to quantify and measure the quality of space, and despite their lack of maturity and evolution, they are considered to be the future of space analysis tools by researchers. This study was undertaken with the purpose of introducing the aforementioned ...  Read More

Urban Scape
Social Impact Assesment of Reparation and Reconstruction of Urban Parks and Gardens (A Case Study on the Gardens of District 18 in Tehran)

j m; h d

Volume 2, Issue 7 , July 2013, , Pages 61-72

Abstract
  Abstracts The cities are the most outstanding symbols of modernity and are the main context for constructing and developing public spheres. In Iran, the urban public spaces, despite their significant function in creating social interaction, have usually been neglected and unused. Urban gardens and parks, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Evaluation of Eco-tourism and Sustainable Tourism Development Planning in Abidar Park, Sanandaj

Kyoumars Habibi; Jahede Tekyehkhah; Mohammad Azad Ahmadi

Volume 1, Issue 3 , August 2012, , Pages 13-23

Abstract
  Natural tourism planning is the first step in tourism approach natural resource management in which prone areas for recreational planning is zoned. Aimed to identify the different forms of tourism zoning in Abidar natural forest park in Sanandaj City, a systematic analysis method was used. We produced ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Developing Strategies for Improving function of recreational areas: the case study of Deedgah Recreational Complex, Sanandaj
Volume 1, Issue 4 , March 2012, , Pages 55-68

Abstract
  Human beings are rooted in nature, and when we travel in greenery areas, we become more aware of this connection. As we are more immersed in nature, we become more relaxed and comfortable and likely to make generous decisions. But rapidly growing urban population and changing patterns of work and live ...  Read More