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Volume 12, Issue 46 (1-2024)                   Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2024, 12(46): 97-106 | Back to browse issues page

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An analytical-chronological model of the transformation of urban design in Iran. Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2024; 12 (46) :97-106
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This research has been written with the aim of presenting an analytical-chronological model of the transformation of contemporary urban design in Iran, since the widespread influence of western urban design thinking and literature in Iran (Around the 1310s, at the same time as the municipal law was re-approved). With this aim, this study has investigated the advanced and late theoretical works of urban design in 50 years of literature using meta-analysis and content analysis. 8 territories are identified as the most pressing issues of doubt (challenge) in terms of quantity and quality in urban design literature. Objective, scale, basic expertise, scope of intervention, process, method, product and area of ​​decision making. Then, with the method of content analysis, these indicators have been analyzed in 3 areas of laws and regulations, urban design projects and experts' opinions in Iran, and it comes to the conclusion that the current urban design of Iran has the following characteristics from the epistemological dimension: Purpose: visual-functional, scale: small and regional, basic expertise: architecture-planning, scope of influence: non-intervention to intervention in the main structures, and from the methodological aspect, it includes the following features: process: rationalistic to feedback-strategic, method: individual-oriented, product: definite, and its decision-making area is the public sector. Therefore, an obvious gap with the contemporary urban design literature is recognized in it.
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Received: 2023/02/6 | Accepted: 2022/09/13 | Published: 2024/01/22

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