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zeynali M, Farshchi H, ataeehamedani M. A Study of Women’s Living Space in Traditionally Iranian House’s (Case Study: Malek Al Tojjar’s House). mmi 2023; 13 (35) : 5
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Since women have always had a special and respectable place in before and after Islam Iranian culture, such an attitude can be examined in the works of civilization, especially architecture. The problem of the present study is to investigate how the psychological components of women are related to architectural design variables and the main purpose of this study is to investigate the manifestation of feminine features in Iranian architectural works. In this research, the documentary and library methods have been used to identify the components and the field observation method has been used to match the gender components with the architectural example. A case study of this research is the " Malek Al Tojjar’s House " in Isfahan, this building is one of the examples of Qajar house with quality and variety of space that can properly reflect the Iranian life. The findings confirm that the Iranian home is designed based on gender characteristics, so that women can enjoy comfort and convenience in life, maintaining value, maintaining rights, maintaining self-esteem and maintaining morale and emotions. The mentioned components are in accordance with the function, form, connection with the natural bed, choice of materials and decorations, and finally it can be seen that many of the spaces of Iranian houses correspond to the feminine characteristics.
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