Augmented Reality System Specification for Placemaking

Hossein Amin Pour Pirjel; Farah Habib; Zahra Sadat Saeideh Zarabadi; Vahdaneh Fooladi

Volume 12, Issue 4 , November 2022, , Pages 53-66

  Augmented reality (AR) builds better participation for placemaking by focusing on real time features, communication, and direct information flow between project s‌takeholders. This s‌tudy attempts to access to specification of the Augmented Reality Sys‌tem for Placemaking (ARSP) model and make ...  Read More

A Systematic Review of the Fragile City Concept

Neda Eskandari; Zahra Sadat Saeideh Zarabadi; Farah Habib

Volume 11, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 29-40

   Todays, cities have become one of the mos‌t complicated sys‌tems, which may become fragile when not managed appropriately. In order to prevent fragility, cities should respond more quickly and effectively to complicated threats, which requires an accurate unders‌tanding of the concept of ...  Read More

Explanation of the Architectural Education Patterns with a Focus on Increasing Creativity

Omid Azeri; Iraj Etessam; Farah Habib

Volume 10, Issue 4 , October 2020, , Pages 29-38

  Architectural education requires efficient methods to demonstrate its efficiency to meet the quantitative and qualitative needs derived from modern socio-economic development. In architectural education, the ability to design is an essential part and the main goal of education. Looking at the various ...  Read More

The Role of Daylight within the Vault of Shahrak-e-Gharb Jame Mosque in Tehran

Seyed Hesamodin Tabibian; Farah Habib; Seyed Amir Hosein Garakani

Volume 10, Issue 3 , July 2020, , Pages 41-46

  Light plays an important role in the valuation of architectural elements, and it is a factor in designing spaces. Elements have no visual identity without light. This paper is intended to analyze the lighting in the vault of Shahrak-e-Gharb Jame Mosque with an emphasis on the role of daylight in order ...  Read More

Comparative Analysis of Common Patterns of Language and Architecture in Traditional and Modern Mosques of Iran (Cases Study: Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Nasir Al-Molk Mosque, Al-Ghadir Mosque, Shahrak-e-Gharb Central Mosque)

Faezeh - Shooshtari; Farah - Habib; Azadeh Shahcheraghi

Volume 9, Issue 2 , June 2019, , Pages 35-48

  In this paper, the system of language and architecture has been studied in three levels of elemental, structural and semantic in cases of traditional and modern mosques in Iran through the method of analyzing the content of texts and in a conceptual model. Then, in a comparative method, the common patterns ...  Read More

Developing P.P.P Model of Place Attachment for Evaluating Residential Environment (Cases Study: Open Space of Iranzamin and Ekbatan Apartment Buildings)

shiva yaghmaeian; Farah - Habib

Volume 9, Issue 1 , March 2019, , Pages 17-24

  Since the quality of apartment buildings is noted, the way of increasing attachment and discovering its effective variables is challenging subjects for researchers in this field. Person, place and process (P.P.P) model of place attachment as the most precise model of them, evaluate attachment to three ...  Read More

Providing Design Strategies for Ventilation System in Treatment Environments (Proposed Sample: Hybrid Ventilation System in Hospitals)

Farah - Habib; Ebrahim Amir Ramez

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2018, , Pages 13-16

  One of basic principles in designing treatment environments is to design air conditioning/ventilation system proportionate to environment. Essentially, appropriate air conditioner in treatment spaces must bear the following capabilities: providing healthy and clean air, reducing the concentration of ...  Read More

The Role of Structure in the Aesthetic Creation of Architectural Space

Fatemeh Nejati; Farah - Habib; Azadeh Shahcheraghi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , June 2018, , Pages 5-14

  : One of the tools for the architectural advent form is the structure, while architecture and structures, particularly in our sociable Iran, are separated from each other. Most successful buildings have dominating designers who are proficient in structural issues and have a comprehension of the structural ...  Read More

Strategies to Make Creative Urban Space with an Emphasis on Interactive Lighting (Case Study: Ahmadabad Avenue of Mashhad- Iran)

Fereshte Hatefi Farajian; Farah Habib; Fatemeh Mohammadnia Gharaei

Volume 6, Issue 1 , February 2016, , Pages 41-52

  Urban space can be the most successful public arena in this century if employ the potentialsfor collective cooperation in creative ways in order to provide further services. The theory of creative city tries tostrengthen the qualities which enhance the image of a city for the citizens and create a dynamic ...  Read More

Study of the Impact of Culture on Qualitative Structure of Residential Complexes in Tehran

Ghazal Safdarian; Farah Habib

Volume 4, Issue 2 , June 2014, , Pages 15-26

  It is not long time that residential complexes have been built in Tehran. Although during thistime, always influenced by some factors, configuration of the residential complexes has undergone fluctuations, rateof which has been very fast especially in recent decades considering the fundamental changes ...  Read More

An Analytical Approach to the Impact of Urban Physical Aspects on Culture and Behavior

Farah Habib; Maryam Khastoo

Volume 4, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 17-24

  Culture has always been regarded as the most important element of human communities; we can easily observe cultural changes. What causes these changes has been a matter of controversy. The issues such as people’s increasingly getting detached from each other, psychopathy, behavioral abnormalities, ...  Read More

Japanese Garden as a Physical Symbol of Japanese Culture

Farah Habib; Sara Nahibi; Hamid Majedi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2013, , Pages 13-18

  A’ view of nature within the framework of garden and in relation with human needs and drives that satisfy theneed to be rooted has caused the representation of nature in garden to be regarded as cultural heritage. Garden and garden designing are suitable cases for us to study cultural characteristics ...  Read More

Light Processing in Iranian Houses; Manifestation of Meanings and Concepts

Farah Habib; Fariba Alborzi; Iraj Etessam

Volume 3, Issue 3 , August 2013, , Pages 11-20

  Light is one of the many wonders in the architecture Iranian houses. It is a major tool for space creation anddesign. An important consideration in the Iranian architecture, which takes a functional and conceptual approach to the extensive subject of light, has been that light should create a beautiful ...  Read More

Towards Green Building: Sustainability Approach in Building Industrialization

Hossein Zabihi; Farah Habib; Leila Mirsaeedie

Volume 3, Issue 3 , August 2013, , Pages 49-56

  Building construction challenge, in recent years, is the reduction of social, economical and environmentalimpacts along with economical nature and increasing life quality, as here sustainable construction is important. Pre-fabrication and industrialization are referred as a solution of sustainable ...  Read More

An Investigation of Global-Regional Interactional Approach at the Prominent Works of Contemporary Iranian Architects

Qader Bayzidi; Iraj Etesam; Farah Habib; Seyed Mostafa Mokhtabad Amrei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , June 2013, , Pages 13-20

  Regionalism is an analytical and critical perspective which focuses on preserving special features of place and attempts to fill the vacuum in architecture. Globalization is a complex multi-stage process that causes increasing complexity of time and place, greater awareness across the global ...  Read More

Public Urban Spaces: Reflecting the Collective Rituals (Iranian Tkayay and Hosseiniyeh)

Hamidreza Shoaie; Seyed Mostafa Mokhtabad Amrei; Farah Habib

Volume 3, Issue 2 , June 2013, , Pages 31-38

  Islamic and Iranian cities, both, East and West, know the physical monuments of Islamic culture1 based on one of the features of the Islamic cities. Meanwhile, other religious centers, including Tkaya, Hosseiniyeh and hospice is not the case to considerate, while these elements cause to shape ...  Read More

The Cognition of the City at Night

Farah Habib; Mahdi Sashourpour

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2012, , Pages 5-12

  Human presence and accordingly establishing suitable condition for social interactions are important factors in shaping urban spaces. Caring to different aspects of improving environmental qualities especially perception aspect and ease of perception from the environment with legibility improvement ...  Read More