عنوان مقاله [English]
Beliefs and convictions are the basic factor in the form of architecture. Analogy and purification are one of the most complex theological teachings that has occupied Islamic thinkers for prolonged times. Architectural decorations, on the one hand, call the viewer's mind to the visual and external beauty of the patterns and paintings, and on the other hand, they open the viewer's perspective to the territory, cultural and religious mysteries hidden within the concepts of patterns. In this study, the research method is qualitative and it is strived to achieve the aim of the study via a descriptive and analytical-comparative method based on library studies including the collection and summarization of documents and information at the descriptive stage; likewise, in the analysis section, by using the methods of analytical and comparative study of data, the preferred results are achieved. The findings of the research indicate that the Islamic architecture of Iran has approached or distanced itself from similitude and comparison in various historical periods. By using abstract elements and creating various geometric textures and arabesque motifs, and with the benefit of color and by creating innovation and diversity in the overall structure and appreciating the material beauty, architects have created a space free from time and eternal space.
1. Examining the representation of the analogy adjective in this worldly concept and the expression of the adjective tense in the other-worldly form (Minoan).
2. Investigating analogy and purification in the buildings of the 3rd to 6th centuries Hegira.
1. How are analogy and purification manifested in architectural decorations?
2. To what extent have the architectural decorations of buildings from the third to the sixth century of the Islamic Hijri been influenced by analogy and purification?