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Spaces for Living / Spaces for Sharing

Spaces for Living / Spaces for Sharing

“Spaces for living – Spaces for sharing” refers to the idea of the traditional Iranian house, especially in the hot-arid areas of central Iran. The Iranian house has undergone profound physical and morphological changes over time
following changes of a social, economic and technological nature, passing from the characteristics of the traditional introverted house overlooking an inner courtyard to the type of extroverted residence typical of the city, the condominium, where it’s mainly facing outwards.

It’s important to consider the space where man lives not only from a dimensional point of view, but also for the way in which the individual lives this space, loaded with symbols and affections, and so to highlight a particularly interesting category of open and covered, internal and external relationship spaces that link the living units to the relational, road and social fabric of the city. Architecture cannot fail to take into account the close links between private behaviour and public attitudes that are generated in the spaces, differentiating the various levels of privacy in which public and private relationship spaces are articulated.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Preface - Simona Canepa
  • Tehran seen by Western eyes - Simona Canepa
  • Tehran seen by Iranian eyes - Roza Vakilinezhad
  • Relationship spaces in housing architecture - Marco Vaudetti
  • Mass-space: Iran urban transformation - Ehsan Masoud
  • Housing as politics: the case of Tehran - Asma Mehan and Mahziar Mehan
  • Interior landascape in residential buildings in Persian history - Parastoo Eshrati
  • Greenery and residential buildings, from past to present - Mohammad Motallebi
  • Iranian houses: spaces hierarchy from Qajar era till today - Simona Canepa
  • The role of architect in improving residential areas: Kahrizak Residential Building n° 01 - Mahdi Kamboozia
  • When tradition meets innovation: Pardis House - Nima Keivani and Sina Keivani
  • Living and sharing in large scale buildings: Zaferaniyeh Garden Complex - Mehran Khoshroo
  • Co-existence of contradictions - Alireza Taghaboni

  • ISBN

    9788862424202
  • Title

    Spaces for Living / Spaces for Sharing
  • Author

    Simona Canepa, Roza Vakilinezhad, Marco Vaudetti, Ehsan Masoud, Asma Mehan, Mahziar Mehan, Parastoo Eshrati, Mohammad Motallebi, Mahdi Kamboozia, Nima Keivani, Sina Keivani, Mehran Khoshroo, Alireza Taghaboni
  • Publisher

    LetteraVentidue Edizioni
  • Publication year

    2020
  • Language

    English

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Cite: "Spaces for Living / Spaces for Sharing" 20 Apr 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/937932/spaces-for-living-spaces-for-sharing> ISSN 0719-8884

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