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pilechiaha P, Najafi G, Dabaghian M. Indigenous Climate Design Patterns in Cold Cities, a Comparative Study of Iran and Nepal.. Urban Design Discourse
a Review of Contemporary Litreatures and Theories 2020; 1 (2)
URL: http://udd.modares.ac.ir/article-40-38461-en.html
1- َaisisstent , p.pilechiha@modares.ac.ir
2- IKIU
3- Kosar Higher institute
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Nowadays, countries are required to develop the architectural plans by using vernacular and climatic architectures so that they can provide comfort to residents in addition to protect them from adverse climate factors such as wind, cold, and extreme heat. Vernacular architecture in both Nepal and Iran is seen as a precious model of climate adaptive design. The cold and mountainous climate of these two countries has created special conditions for residents. The purpose of current paper is to record the climatic design patterns of the two countries and to compare them in order to present new approaches derived from the vernacular architecture. From this point of view, this article provides a great help to researchers and designers in this field. Moreover, the present research is derived from library, documentary and statistical sources in an analytical and research method and finally, the conclusion is comparative to the promotional approach and to the practical goals. The results were obtained after collecting, recording, and adjusting the climate design patterns of the two countries. Finally, Nepal's vernacular architectural solutions, which were in line with vernacular and climatic architecture, were presented to guide the vernacular architecture of Iran for the benefit of residents. It is hoped that by using these solutions, we can take a step forward in protecting the environment and saving energy.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Quality of Urban Public Spaces
Received: 2019/11/25 | Accepted: 2020/06/23 | Published: 2020/03/30

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