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1- Art University of Isfahan , haririarc@gmail.com
2- Art University of Isfahan
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Numerous factors have been influential in the creation of Iranian architectural heritage, and due to the diversity of these factors, often the physical and material aspects that have a tangible field of perception have been studied and analyzed. This is while other influential aspects with non-physical nature have been effective in the formation of architectural structure in the context of human and building communication. The moral characteristics of human beings in the form of founders, architects, artists, and users of buildings have also influenced the physical and functional structure of historical buildings. Jealousy and competition as human feelings and emotions have been influential in the construction process and functional system of some historical monuments of Isfahan province during the Safavid and Qajar eras. During this period, architectural creations have sometimes been a means to show the splendor, durability, and social status of the founder. Abandonment of the position of the two components of jealousy and competition as a compelling emotion in the connection between man and the monument has been the primary motivation for entering the present study. The main goal to respond to the effects of jealousy and competition in the structure of Isfahan's historical monuments is as follows: By analyzing the effects of jealousy and competition as fundamental components in the connection between human beings and historical monuments, the changes, and signs in the structure of historical monuments in Isfahan province should be explained. This research has been done by descriptive-analytical method with the aim of development and by using library documents, field studies, and interviews. The findings have been analyzed using a qualitative approach through comparison and interpretation. Based on the research results, research background, and documentary studies on the subject, the relationship between the effects of jealousy and competition in the structure of historic buildings can be analyzed in the following eight general areas: 1- Cause and motivation in investing in building a building, 2- Creating similar and homogeneous physical structures, 3- Creating similar and homogeneous physical structures in the neighborhood and proximity to each other, 4- Creating and combining unconventional spaces and architectural elements, 5- Changing performance Spaces and architectural elements, 6- Creating new additions in interior layout and organization, 7- Building development and 8- Determining the Place-Name.
     

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