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1- Faculty of Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Kerman Branch, Kerman, Iran
2- Faculty of Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Kerman Branch, Kerman, Iran , masoudiabbas@iauk.ac.ir
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Ancient cities have always had a fundamental difference from today's cities, a difference that was well felt in their body and overall structure, in such a way that they can be well distinguished from today's cities. This difference, which is itself influenced by economic, political, cultural and social conditions, has had more or less changes in the structure of cities, can represent two types of city growth. Organic growth is a continuous and clear growth that made the form subservient to its function, and in contrast to that, the dark and discrete form of the global cities of the modern era. This project has tried to answer the question of whether it is possible to use the characteristics and the way of formation of ancient cities in today's world by studying the shape of the city throughout the past history until today. Or at least, is it possible to achieve a favorable result from the integration of some characteristics of these cities with today's cities? Based on this, in this project, the form of cities from the past to the present during three historical periods before Islam, after Islam and the modern era, and on the other hand, limiting the issue to the way of establishing government centers in the central desert of Iran using the comparative method- Induction has been discussed according to the assumptions of the research. The results showed that the first and second hypotheses have worked more effectively in more unsuccessful experiments, and on the other hand, the third hypothesis has worked more colorfully in more successful experiments, and on the other hand, since the degree of realization of the third hypothesis in the experiment Kerman's success rate is 0.100 and in unsuccessful experiences it is 0. Perhaps this hypothesis can be considered as a relatively superior and preferable hypothesis to check the success rate of related projects.

 
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2022/12/5 | Accepted: 2023/02/22

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