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      1 - Two-way Movable Structure with Adaptability (Combination of Forward and Backward Joint with Connecting Structure)
      Milad Semyari Roudbari Mahdi hamzenejad Ahmad Ekhlasi
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      Mobile architecture and adaptive environments are significant considerations in the realm of architecture. Achieving an environment with adaptable structures is the main focus of the research, encompassing methods from the smallest component to the largest assemblies. T More
      Mobile architecture and adaptive environments are significant considerations in the realm of architecture. Achieving an environment with adaptable structures is the main focus of the research, encompassing methods from the smallest component to the largest assemblies. The primary objective of this research is to design and construct a mobile and responsive environment capable of selecting and utilizing the appropriate models by collecting environmental data. The research methodology is applied, aiming to develop existing methods by leveraging principles from foundational research. The focal point of the research lies in detailed joint design through regular volumes and exploration of opening and closing possibilities. Two of the most suitable volumes, octahedron, and regular icosahedron, serve as the basis of investigation. This research employs an examination of multimodal geometries and their modeling in Rhino 6 software, feasibility studies using SolidWorks 2021 Service Pack 4 software, environment analysis through Python, and command issuance through robotics operating system. Findings showed that using octahedral and icosahedron geometries enables the creation of modular structure capable of mobility within the environment and the establishment of self-structuring system. Moreover, it is feasible to imbue the structure with self-awareness using perceptual and operator units. The designed structure is compact and closed in the octahedral state, with the ability to transform into a twenty-sided configuration from two directions. This transformation drives the structure both backward and forward, facilitating movement. Between the two lateral joints, a static and straightforward hinged structure with minimal movement is positioned, connecting the movable joints and fostering structural integrity. Manuscript profile

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      2 - Indigenous Architecture in the Sustainable Design of Rural Settlements (Case Study: Venan and Kohandan villages in Qom)
      Mohsen golriz seyyed ehsan mousavi
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      Unlike many contemporary urban constructions that have lost their Iranian identity and are developed without consideration for cultural values and principles of sustainable and Iranian architecture. Still in the villages of Iran, due to its high age and Valuable texture More
      Unlike many contemporary urban constructions that have lost their Iranian identity and are developed without consideration for cultural values and principles of sustainable and Iranian architecture. Still in the villages of Iran, due to its high age and Valuable texture, a proportionate and homogeneous collection can be observed, in which the connections, functions and roles of the spaces in housing encompass a proportionate socio-economic and cultural system. The villages of Venan and Kohandan Baft are relatively valuable in terms of native architecture and worthy of study, with the existing types of rural housing in this article being among the examples examined in this research. In this study, the villages have been studied in terms of settlement, appearance, landscape, texture, and housing, and they have been analyzed from two perspectives: the assessment of the climatic pattern and the assessment of the spatial-functional pattern. In this research, since the characteristics of the village need to be examined, a qualitative method is used to describe the data and examine a case study, and an analytical method is used to draw conclusions from the collected data. Furthermore, the method of collecting information involves using library sources to gather basic information, followed by field studies through visiting and observing the village sites. Manuscript profile

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      3 - Evaluating effective factors in changing the use of spaces with a regeneration approach
      fatemeh barghash maryam dastgheib parsa Atena abdosheikhi Kimia Sadat  Tabibzadeh
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      The aim of this study is to identify the factors through which by creating a driving force in changing space used to regenerate spaces in it. This study examines the methods of intervention and change of use in spaces, identifying the components of space regeneration an More
      The aim of this study is to identify the factors through which by creating a driving force in changing space used to regenerate spaces in it. This study examines the methods of intervention and change of use in spaces, identifying the components of space regeneration and their intervention areas. The research method of the research is qualitative approach and comparative method and in order to access the subject literature, the basic concepts have been collected from the library and survey method. The theoretical framework has been established through the study of books, articles, theses, and database searches. In the present study, the most influential criteria for changes in building use, with an emphasis on regeneration, have been gathered from the literature. Based on the conducted studies, quality criteria of space, elements and components, and consideration of previous usage have been extracted and examining the criteria in case examples including, Arghvan Administrative Office, Textile Art Gallery (Taropood), Water Museum in Vakil Reservoir, Newton Glasses Gallery, Rooberoo Hostel and 1330 House have been evaluated. The result of the above research indicates that the Water Museum in Vakil Reservoir, then the Textile Art Gallery of Shiraz and the Rooberoo hostel of Tehran are compatible with the with the characteristics of regeneration. Paying attention to the spatial quality, components and elements and paying attention to the previous use has a reciprocal relationship with the change of use of the building with a revitalization approach, and as a result, we get a lasting effect. Manuscript profile

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      4 - Investigating the Effective Components in the Formation of Contemporary Iranian Architecture Based on Social Changes (Case Study: Niavaran Cultural Center and Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts)
      reza naghdbishi Saeed Azemati Kimia Jamshidzadeh
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      Society is constantly undergoing changes influenced by various factors, which impact all aspects of life, including culture. Consequently, when changes occur, adaptation and coordination become necessary. The architectural landscape in Iran, with its long history and re More
      Society is constantly undergoing changes influenced by various factors, which impact all aspects of life, including culture. Consequently, when changes occur, adaptation and coordination become necessary. The architectural landscape in Iran, with its long history and remarkable works, has been rapidly and multi-dimensionally shaped by the developments of the 20th century. This has sometimes led to conflicts between the past and the desired future, resulting in periods of confusion regarding the direction of progress. The paper aims to investigate the effective components in the formation of contemporary Iranian architecture based on social changes. The research methodology employed in this study is qualitative and follows an analytical-historical approach. Content analysis consists of three stages: preparation and organization, examination of materials and messages, and data processing and conclusion drawing. These stages are conducted using MAXQDA software. Additionally, graphical representations are generated based on the research components. Gafi stands out as one of the notable programs in this regard. The results indicate that social changes over time have significantly influenced the evolution of contemporary architecture in Iran. Factors such as political, economic, cultural, climatic and environmental consideration have distinctly shaped contemporary Iranian architecture during different historical periods. Manuscript profile

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      5 - Repetitive Propositions in the Concept of Space Dialectic in Architecture
      Mahmoud Azhdari
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      The term "dialectic of space" in architecture refers to the contradictions and interactions present within spaces. These contradictions may encompass elements such as lightness and darkness, density and spatiality, as well as mutual aspects like internal and external fa More
      The term "dialectic of space" in architecture refers to the contradictions and interactions present within spaces. These contradictions may encompass elements such as lightness and darkness, density and spatiality, as well as mutual aspects like internal and external factors. In architecture, this concept mostly addresses the design of spaces and their influence on human behavior and emotions. One of the most frequently cited propositions in the context of space dialectics is the pursuit of balance amidst contradictions. Designing spaces involves striving to achieve a balance among different elements including light and darkness, open and closed space, indoor and outdoor space, and more, which is considered as one of the basic principles. This balance can contribute to harmonizing people's moods and emotions while facilitating optimal utilization of space. Another important aspect of space dialectic is the interference and interaction among diverse elements. Spaces can be more attractive by creating interference and interaction between different components. In other words, spaces with diversity and multiplicity factors exert the greatest impact on people's behavior and emotions, potentially generating attractive and dynamic qualities within spaces. Additionally, a recurring proposition emphasizes the connection with the environment. Spaces should establish links with their surroundings and cultivate positive relationships with them, achieved through the integration with natural landscapes, connectivity with adjacent spaces, or even integration with urban spaces. According to these frequent propositions, architectural designers can develop spaces that exert a greater impact on the residents’ behavior and emotions, fostering environments that are both appealing and diverse. These principles aid designers in creating high-quality and suitable spaces for human life and work. Manuscript profile

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      6 - Exploring Architectural Ornamentation: A Focus on Tile Decorations in Painting Schools
      Negar Hassani Fakhrabadi Mohammad Hossein Hassani Fakhrabadi
      Issue 3 , Vol. 3 , Autumn 2023
      Visual documents, including paintings, are among the most important sources in researching the history of Iranian architecture. However, the capacities and special importance of these paintings have not been sufficiently emphasized and utilized in architectural research More
      Visual documents, including paintings, are among the most important sources in researching the history of Iranian architecture. However, the capacities and special importance of these paintings have not been sufficiently emphasized and utilized in architectural research. Therefore, there is a need for a deeper examination and analysis of these paintings and their effects on architecture. The Herat School stands as one of the significant schools in the history of Iranian architecture. This school is capable of realistically representing the architectural spaces of the Timurid period, which is particularly important because the architecture of this period exhibits realistic and reflective features of Islamic architectural elements. In this article, the level of realism of the tile decorations in Behzad's paintings has been investigated and analyzed. The current research method is non-experimental and based on an interpretive-historical approach. In fact, by prioritizing the logic of "the possibility of extracting documents in the field" and "the extraction of images used in the documents" as inferential and indicative conditions in the logic of research evidence, random sampling has been utilized. The research structure, relying on Behzad's images and architectural concepts depicted in his paintings, begins with an introduction from this artist and then proceeds to analyze the influential real buildings in those works. Manuscript profile
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      1 - Study the effect of the Second Facade and its geometry on daylight control in office spaces (modeling and Daylight analysis by Diva software)
      Navid Jalaeian Ghane Sajad Aeini
      Issue 4 , Vol. 2 , Winter 2023
      In addition to optimizing energy consumption, daylight is efficient in the health quality of indoor spaces, the interaction of architecture with social behaviors, and the health of individuals in the space. In addition to increasing the quality of natural light in the s More
      In addition to optimizing energy consumption, daylight is efficient in the health quality of indoor spaces, the interaction of architecture with social behaviors, and the health of individuals in the space. In addition to increasing the quality of natural light in the space, benefiting a daylight control system significantly reduces the building's electrical energy consumption. The study aims to deals with the amount and the way the quality of the openings of the building's windows affects the quality of the received daylight. Therefore, it investigates the effect of the opening rate of the designed Iranian knot on the efficiency of natural lighting in the office space based on international standards, applying daylight simulation software and annual analyzes consistent with the weather information of Mashhad, through the occupation hours of the space. Firstly, However, the paper studies the basic concepts of the research; secondly, analytical tools are employed and analyzed how the quality of openings affects the quality of receiving light. Lastly, the result is formulated with logical reasoning based on analytical tools. Moreover, the results indicate that the opening coefficient holds a great effect on the distribution of natural light in different directions, particularly on the south front. Furthermore, the importance of daylight in optimizing the amount of energy consumption, the health quality of indoor spaces, and the health of individuals in the space is efficient through a systematic design that may control daylight consistent with the requirements. Manuscript profile

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      2 - Architectural design training based on artificial intelligence
      Nariman Nejati saeede kalantari MohammadReza Bemanian
      Issue 1 , Vol. 1 , Autumn 2021
      Rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and the interest in their application in educational fields lead to significant growth in the scientific literature concerning the application of AI in education. Architectural design is a complex design tha More
      Rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and the interest in their application in educational fields lead to significant growth in the scientific literature concerning the application of AI in education. Architectural design is a complex design that uses old experiences and creativity to produce new designs. The artificial intelligence use for the design process should not focus on finding a solution in a defined search space because the design requirements at the conceptual stage are not yet well defined. Instead, the artificial intelligence application should be considered to explore the design requirements and provide solutions to meet those requirements. The present applied study aims to provide an architectural design training model based on artificial intelligence in architecture education to provide an overview of artificial intelligence for the development and further implementation of the country's design education system. The type of this research is applied-developmental, and its method is descriptive-analytical and in terms of data collection surveys. A questionnaire was distributed among all faculty members of Azad University and experts in this field to collect the data required for the study. The collected data was analyzed by the method of content analysis. The results contain solutions to provide a model for architectural design training based on artificial intelligence. This study will acquaint professors and researchers to understand the status and development of financial and physical infrastructure and artificial intelligence hardware and software. Also, it will help increase the effectiveness and efficiency of its usage in architectural education. The findings also help activists, officials, educators, and researchers identify ways to improve designer education. Manuscript profile

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      3 - Presenting a theoretical strategy to create an event-based academic educational environment in the field of architecture using the theory of constructivism (Case Study: Shiraz Architecture Universities)
      Maryam Dastgheib Parsa Vahid Shali amini Vida Norouz Borazjani
      Issue 2 , Vol. 1 , Winter 2022
      The environment is one of the most important factors in education. Considering the characteristics and criteria of environmental design can construct new understandings and knowledge for learners. This study aims to present a theoretical strategy for creating an event-b More
      The environment is one of the most important factors in education. Considering the characteristics and criteria of environmental design can construct new understandings and knowledge for learners. This study aims to present a theoretical strategy for creating an event-based architecture education environment using constructivist theory. The research question is what are the characteristics of appropriate architectural education spaces with event-based and constructivist education? This research is qualitative with practical consequences. The descriptive survey goal is cross-sectional in terms of time and inferential regarding logic. The indicators of constructive and event-based educational environments are identified from theoretical studies. Global experiences of constructive-learning environments have been explored. Then, Shiraz universities' graduate students, educated in the third and fourth semesters, have been selected as a sample. And the criteria of constructivism in their educational environments have were assessed with the tools of observation and questionnaire. After identifying and prioritizing the challenges, solutions were provided to create event-based learning environments. The results indicate that the lack of relationship between the educational environment and the work environment is the most important factor in the inefficiency of the university environment. Cooperation with libraries, museums, construction workshops, and urban spaces and equipping spaces for simultaneous use of city's universities, holding exhibitions, and group judging between different universities can be influential by applying constructivist theory to increase the efficiency of academic environments. Manuscript profile

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      4 - Parametric analysis of site plan using environmental impacts assessment matrix (Case study: Shams Tabrizi Shrine)
      Mehrdad Azizi Mahmud Rezaii
      Issue 1 , Vol. 1 , Autumn 2021
      In the architectural design process, the site is analyzed by different factors. These analyses require a complete assessment system and full knowledge. This research mainly looked to assess a parametric simulation of components affecting the site plan analysis in Khoi a More
      In the architectural design process, the site is analyzed by different factors. These analyses require a complete assessment system and full knowledge. This research mainly looked to assess a parametric simulation of components affecting the site plan analysis in Khoi and the Shams Tabrizi Shrine using an environmental impacts assessment matrix. This quantitative research uses modeling and simulation techniques. To accurately assess the effects of the parameters, credible architectural software, Rhino and Grasshopper, were used. In order to analyze the site, such factors as the site bed, topography, accessibility, vision, perspective, noise pollution, and sunlight were considered. Results indicate that two factors, topography and surrounding buildings, contributed most to site calculations. According to algorithm calculations of environmental impacts assessment matrix, findings show that the cells with scores of higher than 5 were suitable areas for design and construction. Analytical components of the site can be used directly and more effectively in the design process using design algorithms and parametric methods, provided that the analysis step is an integrated method, unlike traditional methods. This research offers two takeaways. First, it provides an assessment of available plans. Second, a productive context for new plans; i.e., in addition to being a productive context for the final design, the site analysis components also serve as a vehicle to assess the final plans (both administered or unadministered ones). Manuscript profile

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      5 - Examination of the causes of the Neoclassical (Roman) Façade with Emphasis on John B. Watson's Behaviorist approach (Case study: residential buildings of the city of Shahin shahr )
      fataneh sangtarash leila karimifard
      Issue 2 , Vol. 1 , Winter 2022
      The issue of façade and design of it in the architectural design process has always been of fundamental importance. Also, the facade is one of the most effective features in creating visual quality for the audience. While Facade design has continued with the least fluct More
      The issue of façade and design of it in the architectural design process has always been of fundamental importance. Also, the facade is one of the most effective features in creating visual quality for the audience. While Facade design has continued with the least fluctuation until the last decade in the art of architecture, today we witness the emergence of facades with the name of neoclassical (Roman) in the context of Iranian cities. This type of facade uses similar elements such as columns, entrance stairs, proportion, order, and symmetry in stone materials. Neo-classical architecture has inspired government buildings in Iran, although it has less attention to the precise proportions of classical architecture and its intellectual insight. Hence, this study aims to investigate the four economic, social, aesthetic, and fashion indicators in the emergence of the neoclassical facade according to Watson's behaviorist approach. It seems that these four indicators are important according to John B. Watson's behaviorist approach to the emergence of the neoclassical facade. The research method is survey-based. In this article, first, the origin of these facades in Greek and Roman architecture also, in the Qajar and Pahlavi eras are historically analyzed. Then, according to Watson's psychological approach, each environmental stimuli is addressed through a Likert scale questionnaire, considering the statistical population in Shahin Shahr and calculating the number of households using Cochran's formula. It is concluded that the economic, aesthetic, fashion, and social indicators, respectively, in the emergence of the neoclassical facade have motivated the purchase of the buildings with these facades through analyzing and evaluating the questionnaire, using SPSS software, and the received response from the stimulus. Manuscript profile

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      6 - Algorithmic Optimization of Midrise Residential Building Plans Based on Space Syntax Theory
      sahba hasibi Ali Andaji Garmarodi
      Issue 1 , Vol. 2 , Spring 2022
      The space syntax and geometric layout, influenced by a wide array of explicit and implicit parameters and lead to multiple solutions for design problems, are one of the primary steps for architectural designs. Two of the main challenges faced in this subject are: utiliz More
      The space syntax and geometric layout, influenced by a wide array of explicit and implicit parameters and lead to multiple solutions for design problems, are one of the primary steps for architectural designs. Two of the main challenges faced in this subject are: utilizing the computational power of computers to predict the space syntax of architectural plans and defining the problem in an Algorithmic language. The current study aims to present an algorithm for reaching a space syntax followed by the users' needs and preferences to form a meaningful connection between the houses and their residents and facilitate the user's participation in the design of midrise residential buildings. In the current study, multi-objective optimization was used to achieve space syntax designs based on multiple parameters. In order to optimize, a set of 200 manually layout design plans were used as input for the algorithm; the algorithm then generates plans for the midrise residential buildings based on criteria such as open and closed space area, requirements for orientations of various spaces, number of rooms. Then, numerous solutions are reviewed and compared, and the most suitable plan is chosen based on the results. Finally, the entire process of algorithm was tested for some case studies, and the results show a great capacity of the proposed method in providing space syntax plans with speed and variety. Manuscript profile

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      7 - The role of territorial behavior in improving the desirability of students' social interactions in academic environments (Case study: Shahid Rajaee University)
      MONA MOHAMMADI hamidreza azemati
      Issue 1 , Vol. 1 , Autumn 2021
      The desirability of students' social interactions plays a fundamental role in enhancing the quality of formal and informal academic spaces. The present study aims to investigate the territorial behavior in the academic environment concerning the concept of "boundary" to More
      The desirability of students' social interactions plays a fundamental role in enhancing the quality of formal and informal academic spaces. The present study aims to investigate the territorial behavior in the academic environment concerning the concept of "boundary" to improve students' social interactions. This study is applied and mixed-method research, in which a survey study is applied to A) evaluate the individuals' views and develop the objective table and contents. Through data collection and employing written sources and semi-structured interviews with psychology and architecture professors B) develop a visual questionnaire, according to the table and distribute them among the research population. In the present study, to fill out the questionnaire, 17 professors are interviewed, and 45 architecture students of Shahid Rajaee University are asked. Data are collected using interviews, observations, and questionnaires. The statistical population includes architecture students of Shahid Rajaee University. Also, the samples are selected by a cluster sampling technique. After classifying the obtained data using SPSS software, they are investigated and analyzed to extract desired boundaries from the students' views utilizing a t-test. Findings indicate that students consider in-between boundaries to be more desirable for spatial privacy in the presence of individuals and friendly gatherings. Manuscript profile

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      8 - Feasibility study of the emergence of Ray Oldenburg's third place in the interior architecture of the cafe
      Maryam Mohamadi Salek Ali Asgari Razie Fathi
      Issue 1 , Vol. 1 , Autumn 2021
      With an inseparable view to contemporary literature, urban public spaces are developed in buildings with flexible uses. Accordingly, sociable spaces such as cafes, as semi-public spaces, can provide social qualities in themselves. Now, the idea of Oldenburg's third plac More
      With an inseparable view to contemporary literature, urban public spaces are developed in buildings with flexible uses. Accordingly, sociable spaces such as cafes, as semi-public spaces, can provide social qualities in themselves. Now, the idea of Oldenburg's third places, which need a neutral platform for gathering and social interaction to be realized, can be developed in this place by taking some measures. The present study aims to identify the elements influencing the physical and social content of the third place and make their realization in the cafe space feasible by providing strategies. Therefore, using a qualitative paradigm and causal reasoning, it is attempted to provide a conceptual model to relate the common features of these two themes. Finally, it is concluded that improving the flexibility of furniture and its arrangement, providing rules and standards according to the norms of society, providing basic facilities to invite audiences with special conditions, providing easy access in terms of time and place, making space memorable to invite future customers, avoiding luxuriousness, providing the atmosphere considering the surrounding social context, and creating an intimate environment as home, can contribute to the emergence of third place. Manuscript profile

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      9 - Comparison of rating systems of sustainable buildings in order to develop indicators for assessing the stability of cold and dry climate in Iran
      elahe nouri segherlou Vahid Ghobadian
      Issue 2 , Vol. 1 , Winter 2022
      Today, we face numerous and diverse indicators in the discussion of sustainability. These indicators link sustainability to other concepts such as welfare, health, social cohesion, and they are also considered in the activities of design and planning time, construction, More
      Today, we face numerous and diverse indicators in the discussion of sustainability. These indicators link sustainability to other concepts such as welfare, health, social cohesion, and they are also considered in the activities of design and planning time, construction, and operation. So, designing a sustainability assessment system for different regions of Iran is necessary and helpful to develop this country. The purpose is to show "the non-generalizability of international systems for use in different regions and climates and" the need to localize evaluation systems " and also emphasize the need to design an evaluation system according to the problems and facilities of the context, Attention to spatial capacities, modeling of traditional sustainable climate architecture as well as cold and dry climate ecological studies of Iran. This study first tries to prove the nature of these systems by analyzing the basis of production of stability assessment systems and the roots of the weighting of international, indigenous, and regional systems. Then, compile the structure and architectural elements of the hot and dry climate according to the basic stability indicators. To meet the aim, first, studying the existing evaluation systems as a case study shows that in all systems, even systems are known as international, regional coefficients are effective in weighting the indicators. Also, they are designed based on a regional context. Based on the research findings and the reviewed systems, the coefficients of headings and indicators are mainly based on regional indicators. Therefore, this system cannot be generalized to other regions, despite the claim of international design. By analyzing the findings from the Delphi technique and examining the climatic and social situation of the cold and dry climate of Iran, the proposed indicators for the cold and dry climate were introduced. Manuscript profile

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      10 - Presenting a Practical Model for Designing Happy Habitable Urban Places with the Approach of Improving the Quality of Life in Tajrish District.
      homa ramezani kianush hasani
      Issue 2 , Vol. 1 , Winter 2022
      Today, in most developed countries, habitability is discussed as a principle in the context of sustainability. It is also argued that viability assessment can help implement new urban plans by providing a descriptive method for assessing urban environments and their qua More
      Today, in most developed countries, habitability is discussed as a principle in the context of sustainability. It is also argued that viability assessment can help implement new urban plans by providing a descriptive method for assessing urban environments and their quality, and varied approaches. Living quality is one of the main concepts of urban design, which has practical and theoretical importance. In this research, an attempt was made to formulate a theoretical framework to explain the concept of happiness in the environment by analyzing the scope of Tajrish and placing a policy for creating happy environments. Then, by introducing and recognizing its constituent components, a model should be presented in order to extract solutions called design policies. Therefore, after reviewing the quality indicators through selected criteria related to happiness, they have been studied in four influential dimensions. By measuring the extracted situation, the results showed that in addition to the three main stages of knowing the current situation, knowing the future ahead, the connection between the past and the future, which in urban culture is called livability, the fifth phase of analysis with three main components including, Identity, structure, and meaning have emerged that will be responsive to the policies of the four main dimensions. Manuscript profile
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