Journal of Innovative Research in Engineering Sciences

Issn:2476-7611

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Analysis of the role of urban elements in urban identity (Case study: Rasht city)

Mohammad Ali Danesh Sedigh, Parnaz Goodarzparvari
Abstract

The presence of elemental elements in addition to beauty improves the quality of space, and this quality affects the human mind and affects the sense of place and collective memories of citizens. Urban planners should use urban elements that promote the transfer of urban identity to the city, which helps citizens to be satisfied and improve the quality of urban environments. Urban elements play an important role in fostering urban identity and empowering citizens, and should be designed in such a way that their readability is consistent with the events and events of the citizens and their plans are coordinated. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to assess the role of urban elements in identifying part of urban space, which is a case study in Rasht city. The research method in this research is descriptive-analytic with a mixed approach. The results of the surveys show that in the city of Rasht, a handful of elements are seen in the squares and in some urban spaces, which can be seen by clearly seeing their images in a collection of multiplicity, conceptual split, and inconsistency. He saw the idea with a common goal. Also, the poor performance of some of these elements is not even very visually appealing.

Keywords
Keyword:1- Urban Space
Keyword:2- Urban Identity
Keyword:3- Urban Elements
Keyword:4- Rasht City

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