Volume 6, Number 8 (5-2014)                   jfa 2014, 6(8): 156-170 | Back to browse issues page


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Master Iran University of Science and Technology
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In the course of the continuity of life and the emergence of new needs, People are forced to design and build. The beginning of each line is formed based on knowledge and needs. This is one of the most important factors of success and acceptance for each project. On the other hand, in the analysis of different layers of civilization and the history of each land, architecture has a special place. What links thoughts, tastes, concepts and theoretical Principles of creators on the one hand and power and related construction technology on the other. But the greater importance of this knowledge is achieving a dynamic pattern and the secrets of success of this architecture to revive them. Factors that can also be part of solutions to modern architecture’s problems. Although architecture in the ancient land of Uraman has been studied by some of researchers, in many contexts it has remained sealed and unknown, and it cannot be said that it has played a big role in the analysis of the roots of physical shaping and semantics. Therefore this study is an endeavor to identify and critique the culture and physics of the process of the spread of Uraman’s vernacular architecture to how quantitative and qualitative factors of the houses are created and developed, according to variables of geography, climate and people's lifestyles with sketching and studying a variety of accommodations and Interviews with elderly residents. This study method is descriptive and analytical and from a time point of view, is a historical research. And finally according to the obtained results, starting with the shade under the tree to complex house with many layers, and based on time and human manipulation, the structure of rectangular dwellings will be categorized and analyzed.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: معماری
Received: 2014/06/23 | Accepted: 2015/02/14 | Published: 2015/04/22