عنوان مقاله [English]
Architecture in commercial spaces plays an imperative role in potential success. Functional efficiency in the interior spaces of commercial centers is one of the most important criteria that guarantee the success of commercial complexes from an economic point of view. The distribution of interior spaces, taking into account the relationship between them, is one of the factors affecting the spatial configuration characteristics of commercial centers and their functional efficiency. The purpose of this study is to investigate how space organization of commercial centers, intermediate spaces can improve the functional efficiency of the complex. The statistical population in this study is three commercial centers in Qazvin, which have been studied based on two variables "location" and "occupancy rate" of mid-spaces. The measurement tool for analyzing the performance of commercial centers is the spatial syntax technique. In this field, spatial relations have been studied by using graphs, mathematical relations and space syntax software. The strategy used in the research will be quantitative. By evaluating the obtained information, a suitable model was obtained to determine the position of the mid-spaces in order to improve the functional efficiency of commercial centers and increase the social communication of users. Findings of the research indicate that the research can be an effective guide in the process of designing business centers and explain the effective factors in order to analyze the social logic governing these centers.
Reading the space organization of selected commercial centers based on the position of the mid-space in the city of Qazvin based on the space syntax technique.
Explaining the optimal model in terms of how the mid-spaces in commercial centers are located in order to improve the functional efficiency of the complex.
How can the element of mid-space as one of the main elements in the physical-spatial structure of commercial centers affect the improvement of its functional efficiency?
Considering the two indicators of "occupancy level" and "location" of mid-space in commercial centers, which mid-space pattern creates a more appropriate functional efficiency?