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razeghi A, derakhshani N. Corporal and Functional Durability of the Tehran historical bazaar. mmi 2017; 7 (13) :135-151
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Historical Bazar of Tehran, which has been the commercial center and the heart of the city in Ghajar eras, still is the commercial center of Tehran despite some changes that have been made in its corpus and function. It is one of the most memorable treasuries of historic Tehran along with Arg and baghemelli Complex.There are various functional and corporal aspects of Tehran’s historic bazar that could be discovered if there are studied and classified. The goal of this study is to introduce the classifications of different corporal and functional qualities of Tehran’s historic bazar. This study has been done by descriptive historical method which is based on a quantitive qualitative study. In this paper the assessment of corporal and spatial parts of Tehran bazar is based on a Matrix formed of three corporal scales and two functional scales which are as follows: “assessment of corporal integrity”, “Qualitative measurement form and historical corpus”, “Evaluation of corporal interventions”, “Functional mobility assessment”, “Measurement functional durability”.Finally after the evaluation of historic bazar of Tehran in terms of durability in two dimensions of corporal and functional, which was based on the mentioned Matrix 184 states were found. 43 states of those possessed values, of which 9 possessed more values. In this study these values have been found and presented as dominant qualities in corporal and functional resilience of Tehran’s historic bazar.

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