Iranian modern cultural complex design according to patterns is defined on the basis of traditional Iranian architecture

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Iranian modern cultural complex design according to patterns is defined on the basis of traditional Iranian architecture

Shima Karimi, Mahdi Zandieh
J. Bio. Env. Sci.10( 5), 233-249, May 2017.
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The present state of architecture in the city reflects a “failure” in of this process of adaptation. ‘Keeping in mind the cosmopolitan nature of the city’, it is important that the city continues to adapt to various architectural. The architect’s of tehran today pair neo-classical pseudo-Corinthian columns with ultra-modern circular windows and tops the ensemble with a Florentine dome, as if they were elements from a prefabricated catalogue. Lack of imagination is leading to the production of roman architecture or architecture that still copies and duplicates old classical elements in an irrelevant manner. There are a few indigenous iranian architects who are trying to create architecture, which Iranian people can identify with; they are creating. Analyzing the work of these masters and how they have applied traditional elements in their designs in a modern language would help to design principals that could be adopted within tehran to make the architecture more interesting and as well help the city to establish an identity and relate to buildings that are being built in the city of Tehran for reach the goal, researcher for the sample, try to study a part of Traditional Iranian Architecture then enter them to contemporary architecture. The end of article, There is a table that use for architects.


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