year 9, Issue 19 (9-2019)                   mmi 2019, 9(19): 79-100 | Back to browse issues page

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Landscape presents a new view in relation to human and environment and the way the space is interpreted. The modern view of landscape to human and environment is the result of a change in the traditional and classical view to the relationship between human and environment. With this view, the approach “Conservation of Historic Urban Landscape”, known as HUL, is one of the modern approaches provided to meet the requirements and widely protect the historical urban landscapes. This approach attempts to expand the prospects of historical conservation to all historical and cultural values shown in historical urban landscapes. One of the factors which can be specially taken into account is the “Color Order” of historical fabrics landscape, which is a reflection of native culture and identity of the place. The present research aims to present a method for the evaluation of “Color Order” of historical fabrics of landscape with a special view to issues and qualities involved in aesthetic perception. The research method of this study is descriptive-analytical; therefore, after analyzing the fundamentals and achieving the theoretical framework of the research, the evaluation criteria based on four quality groups involved in the aesthetic perception of location were extracted and were evaluated in Hassanabad Neighborhood using questionnaire and Delphi techniques. The research findings revealed that using color patterns with symbolic backgrounds in place architecture, using native materials, merging natural and artificial landscapes, and conservation of color pallets worthy to be used in modern construction play a determining role in the promotion of aesthetic perception of Color Order of historical fabrics of landscape. 
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