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Hossein Mobarra, Mahsa Faramarzi Asli,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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Housing is the first space-tested experience in human relationships and the physical context is a mixed in which social resources, culture and economy In addition housing to meet growth the social sector their housing, it also includes unit environment, In addition housing to meet growth the social sector their housing, it also includes unit environment. Considering the housing quality indicators of access providers to sustainable housing and sustainable housing provides to achieve sustainable city. The growing housing demand of one-dimensional and quantity-oriented approach to housing has caused enough attention to the fundamental issue of housing quality. Lack of access to adequate housing, can cause or increase the incidence of mental disorders and the various problems. Therefore this study attempts to identify the variables and factors affecting the quality of housing, and influencing the indicator housing quality ratings  with assuming a non-uniform weighting of indicators and factors. The investigate methods purpose of this study was to use, and methods of research - descriptive analysis. In order to achieve the desired goal in the research of network analysis (Anp) are used to determine the weights and priorities - ranking each indicator of housing quality components Based on the evaluation of the indicators using network analysis results indicate that the index of indices of housing facilities (.318), home security (.218) home comfort (0.145), proximity Bakarbry compatible (0.142), housing strength (0.109) and housing compatible with Region (0.065) have the highest weight assigned to theme.
 
Aysan Pourmoghaddam, Mahsa Faramarzi Asl, Mirsaeed Moosavi, Akbar Abdoolahzadeh Tarraf,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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Urban Regeneration is the one of Restoration function that imports to four dimensions of Form, Economy, Society and Ecosystem. Environment Quality is the one of objects of Urban regeneration. On the other hands lack of peoplechr('39')s interest to live and spending leisure time, the quality of city center decreases and it is more important to increase quality of city center. Environment quality is general subject and, in this study, we use creative model place for describing quality factors of environment. Golkar`s model “sustainable place” which comes from Canter`s Model “Place” is the one of most complete models for assessing the qualities of environment; It imports to four dimensions of form, activities, imaginations and ecosystem after that eventually we can obtain the Conceptual Framework of central part of Urban regeneration based on Environmental Quality. By means of content technique, various ideas and views about environment qualities from global theorists, Experiences of regenerating city center and national restoration document were collected then calculate average of them for selecting most important of them. Finally define Measures for all these important qualities to draw Conceptual Framework. The result show that legibility and Visual character are the most import qualities of empirical-aesthetic factor, Permeability and Socio petal space and Quality of public area and Vitality are the most import qualities of functional factor and Compatibility with nature is the most important quality of ecological factor. These 7 qualities which are among the most important qualities must be considered in regeneration of city centers.
Tayebeh Azizi, Mir Saeed Moosavi, Mahsa Faramarzi Asl, Siroos Jamali,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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Today, the old fabric of cities has been severely dominated by unwanted developments due to increased construction and dependence on vehicles. This issue has caused many problems in urban issues. Therefore, physical reorganization plans are on the agenda as a solution to reduce these problems. Imam Street, which is located in the old part of Urmia, is one of the main and important streets of the city. One of the proposed projects in the strategic plan of the worn-out structures of Urmia city was the project of organizing and urban design of Imam Street, most of which has been implemented. The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficiency of physical organization projects in the old part of Urmia. The research method is descriptive-analytical and the obtained data were collected through a researcher-made questionnaire. In order to analyze the data, one-sample t-test in SPSS program and also structural equation modeling using AMOS software were used. The average obtained from the T-test in measuring the satisfaction of businessmen and residents located in the old part of Urmia, which was more than 3, indicates that people living in this area and market acquisition are satisfied with the results of physical organization projects.

Ms Zahra Sharghi, Dr Mostsfs Basiri, Dr Mahsa Faramarzi Asl,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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The basic purpose of this research is to reveal the physical development process of the new city of Sahand, as one of the new cities of the country, using Landsat satellite images during the statistical period of 1401-1373. In this regard, satellite images required for 4 statistical periods of 1373, 1383, 1393, and 1401 were obtained from two Landsat 5 and 8 satellites. By running a band calculation function on the images of TM and OLI sensors, the values ​​of the physical changes of the urban fabric during the investigated time steps in Sahand city were calculated and extracted. The results of this research indicated that the physical growth and development of the city of Sahand has started since 2013. This year, the area of ​​the urban fabric has reached 282 hectares, which is a 28-fold increase compared to 2013. But in the next decade, i.e. 2013, the area of ​​the city reached 570 hectares with a 100% growth compared to the previous decade, and finally, in the last decade, the area of ​​the city reached 850 hectares with a growth rate of 50%. District 6 of Sahand city, which accounts for about 35% of the physical fabric of the city, has been one of the fastest growing areas of the city during the decades of 1393-1400. Considering that a significant correlation at the confidence level of 0.95 (P_value=0.05) was revealed between the population growth and the physical development of Sahand during the statistical period of 1380-1400 (R=0.91), therefore, the fitted regression model between the population growth And the growth of the urban fabric, by placing the proposed population density of this city after the implementation of Mehr housing policies (185 thousand people), it showed that the area of ​​the physical fabric of this city will reach 1181 hectares in the next decade and will face a growth of 38%.
 
Elmira Azimi, Dariush Sattarzadeh, Lida Bolillan, Akbar Abdollahzadeh Tarf, Mahsa Faramarzi Asli,
Volume 20, Issue 59 (1-2021)
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The prevalence of chronic health problems is increasing, both in terms of physical health and mental health in modern societies. Meanwhile, the health of individuals in society as human capital is important in advancing the goals of thematic communities. The aim of this study was to investigate the role of physical-environmental factors on the mental health of citizens. This research is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive-analytical method. The statistical population of citizens living in Ardabil was estimated to be 384 using the Cochranchr('39')s formula. The field data collection tool was a researcher-made questionnaire whose validity was confirmed by formal validity and reliability using Cronbachchr('39')s alpha test and combined reliability. The results of this study showed that legibility and visual quality, access to urban green space, security of urban space, quality of urban furniture, mixing and variety of uses have a positive and significant effect on the mental health of citizens. Considering the value of the path coefficient obtained for the independent research variables, among the identified variables, the quality of urban green space with the path coefficient value of 0.44 had the highest path coefficient and had the greatest effect on the dependent variable, ie mental health of citizens. Also, the mixing variable and the variety of uses with a path coefficient value of 0.21 had the least effect on mental health.
Farahnaz Khademfesgandid, Dr , Dr Maryam Singery, Dr Mahsa Faramarzi Asl, Dr Samad Sabag Dehkhargani,
Volume 21, Issue 60 (3-2021)
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The degree of success of urban spaces is commensurate with the extent to which it can be utilized and the communication and communication that it can provide. What we are facing today in most urban spaces is the decline of human-environmental and human-environmental relationships. This study seeks to evaluate the extent of social interactions in these two paths and attempts to provide an optimal solution in this regard. Historical, appropriate physical structures And ... have been studied and divided into two sub-components of physical components such as existing values ​​and attitudes regarding physical components, and regarding subjective sub-components of mental imagery, user interests In this study, we tested the t-components and sub-components mentioned above. The research hypothesis is the effect of physical and non-physical elements and components on the formation of interactive spaces for communication. Man was endorsed by the environment.

Sara Ghahri Lalaklou, Dr Rasool Darskhan, Dr Mahsa Faramarzi Asli, Dr Morteza Mirgholami, Dr Samad Sabbagh Dehkharghani,
Volume 23, Issue 70 (10-2023)
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Urban design that the first was paying attention to the aesthetic dimension,now pays to the quality of the public territory in terms of physical social cultural and creating places for people using.the public territory is a temporary territory and everyone has access to and has the right to use it.tendency to have a territory and defend of  it, is intrinsic.since now women like men are present in society but they do not have enough power to choose their territory so this research is trying to introduce the effective items to creating ideal territory.the data of this study is descriptive-analytical/survey.type of study is quantitative and qualitative. The study is field and library based.the statistical population includes women with different cultures ages behaviors in ealgoli park,women's shams park,valiasr park of Tabriz that the woman were randomly selected.the sample size is 384 and it based on the Cochran formula. At first at the descriptive level were investigated with subject statistics indicators and then at the inferential level used of exploratory factor analysis to determine the model.the results include 5 influential components.these components are landscape-functional-security-morphology-psychological.

Amir Alimmohamadi, Hassan Sattari Sarebangholi, Mahsa Faramarzi Asl, Mohammadreza Pakdel,
Volume 24, Issue 72 (6-2024)
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Historical contexts have rich cultural and cultural resources and are not very important not only because of the existence of valuable historical buildings and spaces, but also because they are real narratives of the life and activities of human beings who have lived throughout life. They lived in them themselves. Today, due to urban development and the blockade of the technology of historical textures, the issue of restoration of cultural and historical textures and the implementation of urban design projects in them has faced a double challenge of the intervention and protectionist approach. According to these two approaches, new constructions and contemporary architecture do not have enough identity to be included in the valuable urban contexts, and the process of burnout has been manifested more rapidly in historical contexts. The need to pay attention to the reconstruction and protection of historical contexts with a comprehensive approach and taking into account the physical, legal, environmental, economic and social dimensions is one of the objectives of the present study. This research has been studied in terms of practical purpose and with a qualitative approach and using content analysis method and to collect the required information and data, documentary studies and field studies have been used. The findings show that the neighborhood is worn out and to recreate the historical core of Qazvin city, the approach of urban revitalization and urban and strategic regeneration strategies is essential in line with the principles of sustainable development.

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