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Volume 8 (6); November 25, 2018


Restoration and rehabilitation of historical context.

Alipour M and Akbarpour H.

J. Civil Eng. Urban., 8(6): 66-70, 2018; pii:S225204301800011-8


The conventional development system in the country is unaware of the potential possibilities of historical contexts and has led them to erosion and destruction more than ever in the course of development. Getting out of this phenomenon requires serious attention to these assets, which in themselves have the theme of sustainable development. Old neighbourhoods in historical contexts reflect the structure of the family, neighbourhood units, social, economic, cultural and physical structure that changes related to changes from the first Pahlavi period onwards, changed their structure and overshadowed their inherent identity. The main purpose of this article is to establish a measured relationship between conservation and part of sustainable development that can link assets in historical contexts to the new city, as original models in the development system. The research method is analytical-interpretive and with a pathological view from the social, cultural and economic aspects. The main findings of the research emphasize the wide dimensions of the structures in the historical city. On the other hand, it considers tourism as a part of the economic development system in the texture and in the connection between the old and the new city. The final product of this research is to achieve strategies with an asset-based approach in order to make the new urban development system aware of the social, physical, economic and cultural capital of historical contexts.
Key words: Architectural spaces, Restoration, Historical Context, Rehabilitation, Neighbourhoods

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