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Sheikhbahaei M, Kajbaf M B, Kriminia S, Fanaei Z. Explaining the formation of the main facade form of houses after the Islamic revolution in Isfahan. mmi 2023; 13 (35) : 3
1- Najaf Abad Branch, Islamic Azad University
2- Department of Psychology, University of Isfahan, Iran. ,
3- Najaf Abad Branch- Islamic Azad University
4- Najaf Abad Branch، Islamic Azad University
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 After the Islamic revolution, the urban appearance and the main facade of the houses have undergone changes and lost their coherence and integrity, which has been influenced by globalization and the modern period. The aim of the current research is to explain the role of individualism as one of the components of the modern period and one of the factors affecting the main facade form of the houses of Isfahan city in the period from 1979 to the end of 2018. In this research, 135 houses in the city of Isfahan have been selected and researched by descriptive-analytical method using library documents and field studies, and the findings have been analyzed according to the qualitative method and through comparison and interpretation. So far, many studies have been conducted on the mutual effect of the environment and humans on each other, but the investigation of the effect of individualism on the facade of buildings was done for the first time in this research. In the tradition, credit was based on the family, but in the modern era, this credit became individualized, so the houses express their individualism by being different from other houses and showing them. Between the years 1979 and 1993, the difference between the houses in terms of form was very little. In the years 1994 and 2013, the tendency to create distinction in the shape of the facade and in some cases, the materials increased, and between the years 2014 and 2018, the end of the research, no two houses in terms of formThey were not alike, and the expensive materials, in addition to their different shapes, made the houses stand out. The houses were introverted in the early years of the research, but with the passage of time, the trend changed and the houses became extroverted, so that in the last 15 years of the research period, all the collected samples were extroverted. The research showed that the desire to make the house more visible by choosing the lands that are more connected with the passage increased significantly during the research period.
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