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  • Title: Application of Persian Traditional Sustainable Patterns in Environmental Psychology: Interior Design of Young Architects Club, Tehran, Iran; A Case Study
  • Author(s): Raheleh Saifiabolhassan
  • Publisher: Common Ground Research Networks
  • Collection: Common Ground Research Networks
  • Series: Design Principles & Practices
  • Journal Title: The International Journal of Designed Objects
  • Keywords: Traditional Architecture, Interior Design, Environmental Psychology, Identity, Psychological Awareness, Privacy, Aesthetic, Sustainable Environment Interaction, Patterns
  • Volume: 16
  • Issue: 2
  • Date: July 11, 2022
  • ISSN: 2325-1379 (Print)
  • ISSN: 2325-1395 (Online)
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-1379/CGP/v16i02/1-31
  • Citation: Saifiabolhassan, Raheleh. 2022. "Application of Persian Traditional Sustainable Patterns in Environmental Psychology: Interior Design of Young Architects Club, Tehran, Iran; A Case Study." The International Journal of Designed Objects 16 (2): 1-31. doi:10.18848/2325-1379/CGP/v16i02/1-31.
  • Extent: 31 pages

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Abstract

The necessity of sustainable architecture has been recognized for decades, and several proposals have been made to address the current crisis and the problem; however, there are still obstacles in implementing sustainable architecture. As civilization develops, it should have an intellectual foundation, processes, and general principles that guide it. It is widely acknowledged that interior architecture has profound effects on the psychological attitudes of humans in a variety of ways. Aside from the differences in personal experience, everyone receives, perceives, and responds differently, which is influenced by both physical and psychological factors such as culture, age, education level, gender, and socioeconomic status. Similarly, the cultural heritage of each country should be considered an example of art and civilization. Historically, traditional architecture has been composed of a variety of interrelated solutions that have been developed through trial and error. These solutions have considered human needs and environmental psychology. Due to this, vernacular architecture could develop new solutions to cope with other problems. It is therefore essential and valuable to become familiar with the repeatable principles and values of traditional architecture to comprehend this approach. The purpose of our research is to describe and analyze the principles of environmental psychology components involved in the interior design process, such as sound, light, color, materials, and sustainability. Furthermore, some sustainable elements were incorporated into the design of Young Architect Club public areas, such as the entry hall, conference rooms, and gallery spaces. Ultimately, the building was designed using vernacular patterns in order to create an aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sustainable facility.