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Journal:   JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN   fall 2017-winter 2018 , Volume 5 , Number 2 ; Page(s) 1 To 14.

Establishing Sustainable Social Identity theoretical-based framework for different socio-economic residents in Iranian housing

Author(s):  ZARGHAMI ESMAEIL, Mahdinejad Jamaledin, fatourehchi dorsa
Nowadays, housing segregation has become one of the most important factors which is the results of people with different income classes and spatial structure. This segregation has led to the differentiation of low-income people from high-income people in the developed world. Therefore, the mixed income housing can also be used as a solution in this country. However, it should be noted that the necessity of applying mixed income housing policies is to pay attention to the important factors of design in accordance with the principles of the formation and design of housing in the Iranian-Islamic city. Therefore, given the newness of this discussion in Iran and the fact that the design of housing in Iran is a problem beyond the design of high-quality, design-based culture and Iranian identity, in order to achieve the success of a mixed income housing solution, It is necessary to extract the fundamentals of housing design for mixing income. The main purpose of this study is to recognize the basic principles of designing for the compounding income of Iranian people based on the theory of social and place identity consistent with the Iranian-Islamic culture in order to be able to achieve sustainable social identity in these residential complexes in Iran. The results of the research indicate that the success of Iranian-Islamic mixed income houses requires the observance of the principles of sustainable social identity in the design solutions.
Keyword(s): Mixed income housing,Sustainable Social Identity,Place Identity,Self-concept,Housing segregation
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