Investigating the Factors Influencing the Diversity of the Various Residential Buildings Façades (Case S‌tudy: Vali-Asr Neighborhood in Tabriz)

Hajar Panahi Barjay; Lida Balilan Asl; Dariush Sattarzadeh

Volume 13, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 71-84

  The s‌tudy methodology is a mixed research method that is contextual and semantic in terms of the data's nature; in terms of the logic of thinking, the s‌tudy method is deductive, and in terms of the analysis levels, it is analytical-interpretive. The selected s‌trategy of this research is grounded ...  Read More

Proposed Definition and Typology of Brownfield Sites in Iranian Cities

Elnaz Baghernejhad

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 77-90

  The term of brownfield and its redevelopment has been considered extensively in the world urban planning literature. However, the nature of the brownfields and the differences between how they are created in countries have caused this term to be defined based on the contextual and typological conditions ...  Read More

Institutionalism in Strategic Structural Plans (A Grounded Theory Approach)

Maryam Daneshvar; Ali Ghafari; Hamid Majedi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , February 2016, , Pages 73-84

  Nowadays, planning is no longer considered merely a scientific and technical career nor agovernment responsibity. It rather functions as a bridge connecting the planners to institutional changes. In otherwords, the planning theory does not develop in a social, economic and political vacuum, but is formulated ...  Read More

Social Issues in Post Disaster Reconstruction Planning

Fereshteh Navidi Majd; Alireza Andalib

Volume 3, Issue 1 , March 2013, , Pages 39-44

  Post disaster reconstruction in the destructed zones entails the social aspects in addition to the physical and urban aspects, because of the presence of affected people in the very location. The presented research aims to assess the social aspects of the post disaster conditions in the course ...  Read More