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Taki N. Investigation of the Spatial Composition of the Hall (Talar) and the Interior Covered Space in the Architecture of the Main Segments of Kashan Historical Houses. Athar. 2019; 40 (2) :59-70
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MA in Iranian Architectural Studies, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran , neda.taki@gmail.com
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Kāshan Kāshan is a city with remarkable houses. This paper provides a new consideration and analysis of composition of main spaces in Kāshan historical houses. There are common features in system of main space composition which comes to informative results. The conjunction of spaces together on one side establishes a coherent relationship between them, and in particular with the intermediate space. The spaces of each side that sit together are interconnected, but each segment is independent of others. This system is called "Spatial Composition" in this research. With this approach, and taking into account the main and important segments that have more spatial diversity, we arrive at the same spatial combinations that come around three major and most important spaces.
The paper is composed of 5 main parts. The first part examines the research background. In the second part, samples of Hall (Talar) and Covered space is considered. Following the third part, the base sample is selected from the samples. The fourth section considers the base sample. The last section, which is a summary of the three previous sections, examines the space composition, resulting in spatial patterns around the two main spaces of the Hall (Talar) and Covered space, and categorizes how the spaces are placed next to each other.
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Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Architecture
Received: 2020/04/17 | Accepted: 2020/05/21 | Published: 2020/06/30

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