ISSN: 2717-4417
Islamic- Iranian Cities
A jurisprudential analysis on non-desirability of vertical development of residential buildings in Islamic city

mohamadmannan raeesi

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 3-16

            The holy Quran and Imams’ hadiths as the most important Islamic religious texts which have significant capacity in various fields of human knowledge, but have often been neglected in academic research. Among the issues raised in these Islamic ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
Elucidation the role of Education for women in Sustainable urban regeneration process of historic zones Case study: Sang-e-Siah neighborhood in Shiraz

Ahad Nejad Ebrahimi; Nastaran Najdaghi

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 17-26

  There are some problems in the historic fabric that eclipse values of these sites in cities. Sustainable urban regeneration approach is the best approach to solve these problems. Due to the nature of this approach and the intervention platform, the role of education must be clarified in this process. ...  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

  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 Sustainability
Typo-morphological evaluation of new residential urban texture in order to optimize primary energy consumption case study: Sepahanshahr

Golnaz Mortezaei; Mahmoud Mohammadi; Farshad Nasrollahi; Mahmoud Ghalehnoee

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 41-54

  Rapid progress in technology and, consequently, the increasing growth of urban population has inevitably led to the development of residential neighborhoods. Changes in the form of urban texture and their inconsistency with climatic features, together with the rise of energy demand, have had manifold ...  Read More

Urban Planning
An Analysis of Shopping Centers' Morphology: A Case Study in Tehran (Korush Shopping Center)

mohammad mehdi Azizi; Reza Asadi

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 55-66

  Large shopping malls have been a popular phenomenon in recent urban development plans and projects in many developed and developing countries. In Tehran, the capital of Iran, these projects have been largely noted and developed in recent years. This phenomenon can have major effects in various aspects ...  Read More

Urban Design
Evaluation of desirable public territory ( A case study for attendants in Tabi'at bridge)

yaser shahbazi; Azita Balali Oskui; elham shahabi

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 67-80

  Flexibility index was added in the functional dimension as an effective factor for realizing the origin of desirability and promoting the creation of territorial perception. Flexibility refers to flexible furniture design and the flexible use of space in the form of both socialization and desocialization. ...  Read More

Urban Design
Theoretical framework Codification for urban scape using “the production of space” theory and influential forces on scape

Esmaeil Shieh; Mostafa Behzadfar; ahmad ali namdarian

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 81-94

  The concept of urbanscape has many complexities and ambiguities. These ambiguities lead to misunderstandings among the academic sources and professional circles. “Scape” and “landscape” have also deviated from their original meaning and nowadays are used for different purposes.  ...  Read More

Regional Planning
Evaluation and analysis of housing sector in national and regional economic sections Case study of: National and provincial plans in years 2001 and 2011

amirhosein abdollahzadeh; esfandiar zebardast

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, Pages 95-108

  There are two main approaches to housing planning on national or regional scales: first, comprehensive housing plans and, second, subject-specific housing plans. Comprehensive housing plans bear a significant flaw: their lack of economic evaluation, which only comes at the end of the planning process. ...  Read More