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Analysis of the form and spatial system of the pattern of native houses in the steppe village Sar Aghasid in Charmahal and Bakhtiari province
Ali akbar Heidari *, Yaghowb Peyvastehgar, Amin Foroozandeh
yasouj university , Aliakbar_heidari@yu.ac.ir
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The indigenous patterns of the house in the villages are a rich treasure of identity, culture, customs and architectural identity of each border and environment, which can be studied by understanding the cultural roots and values ​​that govern different societies. In recent years, various researches have been conducted on the analysis of the architectural systems of indigenous rural houses in the country; However, the share of steppe villages in these studies has been very small. Sar Aghasid village is one of the functions of Koohrang city in Charmahal and Bakhtiari province. It is one of the stepped villages in the country that despite the extensive changes that are taking place in the physical appearance of the villages, the physical texture of this village is still safe. This led to the present study to examine the patterns of indigenous architecture in this village and to analyze its spatial, functional and structural systems. The method used in this research is descriptive-analytical based on the field observations of the authors in the village. The results showed that the slope of the land is the most important factor in the formation of housing patterns in this village, so that the existence of different slopes has made possible the class construction of buildings; Also, due to the cold and cold weather, the construction of handicraft spaces to use the heat capacity of the earth is one of the construction methods in this village. Socio-culturally, the houses of Saragha Seyed village can be divided into two categories, including houses with a neighborhood unit and houses without a neighborhood unit. In front of you is in front of the house. Also, the houses have a hierarchical pattern in terms of spatial structure, which extends linearly from the passage as a yard to Dastkand space as the interior of the house.
Keywords: Typology, Form and Spatial System, Pattern of Indigenous Homes, Stepped Village, Sar Aghasid
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: سکونتگاههای شهری و روستایی
Received: 2021/12/28 | Accepted: 2023/02/8 | Published: 2023/03/15
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Heidari A A, Peyvastehgar Y, Foroozandeh A. Analysis of the form and spatial system of the pattern of native houses in the steppe village Sar Aghasid in Charmahal and Bakhtiari province. JHRE 2023; 41 (180) :3-16
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فصلنامه مسکن و محیط روستا Journal of Housing and Rural Environment
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