ISSN: 2717-4417
Urban Planning
Formulating Optimal Size of Cities with Urban Sprawl pattern considering current Trend of Growth (Case study: The Coastal city of Deylam)

Seyed Meysam Rezaee; Seyed Hamidreza Tabibi

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 3-18

  After the Industrial Revolution, advancement in industry and technology was coupled with population growth, and rural-urban immigration caused the extreme expansion of cities. Moreover, the rapid growth of urbanization in coastal areas and conflict of interest between the stakeholders has imposed extreme ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
Application of Isovist analysis and sightlines in measuring visual quality of residential complexes (Case Study: Kermanshah City)

akram esfandiari; Abbas Tarkashvand

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 19-32

  Like any other construction, a residential complex contains perceptual load for citizens as well as space and physical entity. Visual quality plays an essential role in the formation of this perceptual load. Thus, the perceptual function of a residential complex is dependent to a large extent on visual ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Studying the Effect of Urban Development Plans on Spatial Configuration of Sultan Mir Ahmad Neighborhood in Kashan

Seyyed Jamal Seyyed Hashemi; Hamidreza Jayhani

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 33-46

  In the second half of the past century, urban development programs, including master and comprehensive plans, have led to extensive intervention in ancient cities, while the construction of streets had already led to substantial changes therein. An examination of the interventions indicates their inefficiency ...  Read More

Urban Design
Evaluating the quality of urban space based on the place-making approach: emphasizing on the access quality in the Imam Ali square

Parissa Mahvari; Mahmoud Ghalehnoee; Safoora Mokhtarzadeh

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 47-60

  In most Iranian cities, people regard an urban space as a way to pass through, and these spaces encourage them to flee instead of inviting them to pause and socialize. However, urban spaces are basically where social interaction takes shape, and attempts to improve their quality is one of the most important ...  Read More

Urban Ecology
Ecological status analysis of urban parks (Case study: Tabriz)

Hassan Mahmoudzadeh; Mousa Vaezi; Maedeh bakooyi; Rahimeh Rostami

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 61-75

  Objectives The evolution in industry in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries led to greater human domination of the planet and the environment. In the field of clean environment, urban parks are regarded as an important element in creation of a sustainable city. They provide opportunities in various ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Identifying the key components of child-based creative tourism, (Case study: Isfahan, the creative city of handicrafts)

boshra mohajer; zahed shafiee; alireza khaje ahmad attari; mohammad taghi toghraee

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 75-86

  Tourism is an inclusive, public industry that needs to consider all the sectors of the society regardless of age, race, or gender. Tourism and travel must be accessible to all people, including those with disabilities, the elderly, and children. Therefore, it must be an intrinsic part of any responsible, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
The concept of community in Urban Sociology theories and its application in urban planning

Zahra Azad; Parvin Partovi; Susan Bastani

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 87-100

  With the paradigm change in urban planning in the 1980s, the community has assumed a central role. As a result, the community provides the smallest scale for urban planning in recent theories such as communicative planning theory, collaborative planning theory, multicultural planning, transactive planning, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Meta synthesis of Persian scientific-research articles on pedestrian (A review of the years 2001-2018)

Mehdi Moeini; Bahareh Ebrahimpour

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 101-116

  Following the industrial revolution, the development of urbanization, and the expansion of cities, the oldest form of human movement, i.e. walking, was replaced with the use of automobiles. Therefore, the ease of traverse for pedestrians around cities is less significant now than a century ago. Today, ...  Read More

Urban Management
Conflict management model of urban regeneration stakeholders in Iran (Case study: Hemmat-abad neighborhood of Isfahan)

Andishe Ariana; Gholamreza Kazemian; Mahmoud Mohammadi

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 117-132

  Conflicts between urban regeneration stakeholders prevent full utilization of their participation capacities in areas with urban decline, and plans have not been fully realized as a result of conflicts since participation is a key element in urban regeneration. The main purpose of this study was to present ...  Read More

Urban Transport
Analyzing the casual relationship between built environment and travel behavior in different neighborhood development’s patterns of Tehran (Bime, Moniriye and Golestan districts)

Esfandiar Zebardast; elnaz baghernejhad

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, Pages 133-146

  The analysis of the casual relationship between built environments and travel behavior has been a key issue in the literature on transportation and planning. Residential self-selection is an issue that requires greater elaboration in investigations of built environments and travel behavior. It suggests ...  Read More