Islamic Iranian Architecture in Various Zones of Iran Dessert Cities from a Social Point


  • Siamak Pordel Maragheh
  • Mina Lotfi Azar
  • Farnaz Alipoor Mollabashi



Objective: Defining the field of climate change in relation to architecture and providing information for a logical architecture projects coordinated by the desert climate is desired. The effect of each of the elements of the climate (Sunlight, humidity and wind) on the building is studied. There are high walls along the streets, sunlight and shadows on the streets as well as protection against desert winds, significant impact. Methodology: Among these elements, sunlight - natural light and heat and bring to me - is the most important element. In urban areas, the compact and buildings connected to each other. Streets, narrow and relatively long wall and a broken line along the route. Results: Basically, any non-enclosed urban space in these areas because they protect Non-enclosed space against adverse climatic conditions is not possible. One of the reasons narrow streets, sometimes only sufficient to cross two together, to provide better climatic conditions in the road space. Conclusion: It should be noted that the winding alleys, the friendly climate, a boon in hot and dry and the desert is because in the course of direct and wide, desert winds can disrupt the flow rate, and are in everyday life.