عنوان مقاله [English]
Throughout history, architecture has been the embodiment of the cultural ideals of human societies, and based on these ideals, the living environments created by different individuals have become a whole with its own identity. It appears that with the advent of modernism and the globalization of architecture, the concepts of architectural cultural identity have developed a changing and complex concept which is constantly challenged. Therefore, the present article intends to analyze and interpret the relationship between cultural-identity policies and the quality of residential environments. For this purpose, by selecting Ekbatan town of Tehran, as a sample, the quality of residential houses in phases 1 and 2 of this town has been assessed. The research method is based on hierarchical multivariate regression analysis and the model used in the analysis process is also called the experimental model of measuring the quality of the living environment. The desired socio-cultural is rated (we are between 1 and 5). The results of the studies indicate that the quality of the external environment of the residential complexes of Phase 1 (1> 62.62) and Phase 2 (1> 2.88> 5) of Ekbatan town is lower than average according to the socio-cultural identity. However, the quality of the indoor environment of residential units in accordance with the same principles is in good condition (Phase 1 (5> 08/04) and Phase 2 (5> 18/4> 1)). Also, both phases are similar and similar to each other in terms of observing the principles and criteria of socio-cultural identity.
1. To enlighten the relationship between cultural-identity categories and the quality of architectural space.
2. To study the cultural-identity policies in residential houses of phase 1 and 2 of Ekbatan town and to assess the quality of its residential houses.
1. What is the relationship between cultural-identity categories and the quality of architectural space?
2. How are the cultural-identity policies reflected in the residential houses of Phase 1 and 2 of Ekbatan town and what effects have they had on the quality of such houses?