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1- IUST , s_jalili@iust.ac.ir
2- tarbiat modares university
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Public spaces and social interactions have a two-way relationship. While the dense growth of cities, lack of land and lack of attention to these spaces in urban development programs has led to a per capita shortage of open and green space and reduce social interactions. District 10 of Tehran, as the most densely populated area in this metropolis, has a shortage of quantity and quality in public and open spaces. And other issues such as physical deterioration, urban landscape turmoil and a high rate of tenants, Low social security and the floating population have reduced the quality of existing public spaces and the level of social interaction in this area. In this way, the purpose of this study is to investigate the possibility of evolving public spaces in order to promote social interactions in District 10 of Tehran. And its strategy is descriptive-survey , Data has collected by documentary and field studies and SWOT and QSPM techniques has used for analysis. The results have revealed that the diversity of activities, integration of land uses, social inclusion, access to public transport, social security, memorability, safety, use of all senses, readability, visibility, flexibility, urban furniture, materials on the urban furniture and pavement, climate comfort, and environmental health are effective factors on promoting social interaction in public spaces and the right conditions for the presence of children and the elderly will lead to increased supervision and social security. Strategies in the superior scenario including aggressive strategies (SO1: Enhancing social security in existing public spaces, SO2: Promoting per capita open and open spaces, SO4: Developing local hangouts and micro spaces for community gathering, SO5: Allocating multicultural, artistic spaces, sports venues, etc.) and conservative strategies (ST1: reusing existing spaces inactive municipal ownership, ST2: increasing citizens’ social participation). At last, for possibility of 6 prioritized strategies, 18 policies and 31 action plans are formulated.
 
     
Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2022/05/13 | Accepted: 2023/01/24

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