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barzegar F, maroofi S. Recognition & explanation of principles based on movement and rest (Case study: Quran Gate of Shiraz). Urban Design Discourse
a Review of Contemporary Litreatures and Theories 2023; 4 (1) :99-114
URL: http://udd.modares.ac.ir/article-40-61696-en.html
1- Am in urban design
2- Urban Planning Department, , Buein Zahra Tecchnical University, Iran. , akmaroufi@yahoo.com
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Aims: Movement is a means for percipience the urban space and the concept of the city is expressed through movement within it. But today, the image of the city that can be seen while moving (whether on foot or on horseback), it does not induce a concept other than relocation and transfer.
Methods: the research method is descriptive-analytical (content analysis), in order to objectively and qualitatively describe the content of the concept of movement and rest, using texts and documents (written, oral and visual) in a systematic and purposeful way.
Findings: Positive and purposeful movement in cities and meaningful moment (a movement that during going somewhere, be positive impact on the sensibilities of the citizens), and the rest that calms the audience in urban spaces, it has not been seen in modern city. the point of this research is recognition of principle of movement and rest, and its application in organization urban movement systems.
Conclusion: the case study, is the Quran Gate of Shiraz, which is a successful example in applying the principle of movement and rest in all its dimensions. according to research conducted in order to organize urban movement systems it is necessary to pay special attention to the spiritual dimension of movement (meaning to movement and rest) and change the single-movement system (in the past) to simultaneous movement systems (in today's cities).
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Mobility
Received: 2022/05/21 | Accepted: 2022/10/22 | Published: 2023/04/30

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