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RECOGNITION OF DURABILITY OF SACRED IMAGES’ NATURE IN THE IRAN ISLAMIC TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE BASED ON IDENTIFICATION OF THE STABLE IDENTITY OF IRANIAN CONGREGATIONAL MOSQUES

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 TAHER TOLOU DEL MOHAMMAD SADEGH | MAHDINEJAD JAMALEDDIN | SADEGHI HABIB ABAD ALI

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 Start Page 17 | End Page 30

Abstract

 Iranian Islamic sustainable architecture has always emphasized the beauty and Iranians have tried to crystallize the underlying meanings and concepts with regard to Islamic thoughts in the architecture of fine buildings. Executives of building and architectural designers of Iranian mosques either in the past or at present always try that besides the structural construct and apparent body of mosques as a social place and fulfillers of the everyday needs of social groups, give it a spiritual sanctity and soul associated with the upper world. The issue and subject for research in this regard is how thought and sense is objectively manifested by passing the processes of architectural structural design. The study is done with a review of desk study in the field of architectural analysis of Islamic monuments by descriptive - analytical method and by studying all effective variables confirmed by Islam have examined the physical elements of Isfahan Congregational Mosque to determine the answer for the above mentioned problem. The results of this study prove the claim that IRANIAN ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE art is the manifestinl of fulfilling the sacred matter in the physical body of Islamic architecture art, while providing the social needs in the form and meaning. By observing the principle of integration or unity despite pluralism in required performance of Islamic Iranian congregational mosques, this basic philosophical principle is intelligently institutionalized in practice at the same time with the reserved nature of Iran's congregational mosques.

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