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Pourali M. Factors Affecting the Conservation of the Historic Fabrics. Conserv Histo Area. 2020; 1 (1) :74-86
URL: http://journal.richt.ir/index.php?sid=12/article-12-128-en.html
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Director General of Registration of Works of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, Tehran, Iran
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The provisions of the international conservation charter make it clear that the use of the term conservation in historical fabrics relates to the fact that such biological textures, while having accepted and fundamental values, have no suitable environmental conditions and are threatened with serious risks. The present paper tried to explain and interpret the components that are effective in protecting these biological textures in a strategic manner using a field method. The results showed that if conservation of historical textiles is to form comprehensively based on the principles and values of the historical context and to remain stable, it is necessary to consider the two components of political economy of space, and social consensus on the conservation issue. Strategic planning for the management and control of these two components is based on the analysis of the strength and weakness of internal factors of the texture, and the assessment of the opportunity and threat of external factors of the texture, with an emphasis on prioritizing and protecting the prominent values of the strategy recommended in this paper. The results of the contextual conservations of this paper can be construed that although the valueless modernizations influenced by the political economy of space in historical textures are in "greater opposition to values," the lack of understanding of the outstanding values of historical textures and the lack of legal agreements play a more dramatic role in the "plurality of worthless renovations" in historical textures; renovations that take place in sharp contrast with shape and pattern of historical textures from the point of view of altitude, occupation levels  and density, are generally taking advantage of the strength of the space’s political economy. However, the number of anti-value building units affected by this factor in these historical textures are less than the number of valueless buildings that were formed due to the ignorance of designers, operators and law enforcers from historical textures’ values.

     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Iran Heritage
Received: 2020/04/28 | Accepted: 2020/06/30 | Published: 2020/06/30

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