سال انتشار: ۱۳۹۱
محل انتشار: ششمین کنفرانس بین المللی پیشرفتهای علوم و تکنولوژی
تعداد صفحات: ۱۱
Majid Yazdani – Member of faculty in Khavaran Institute of Higher Education, master of Ferdowsi university, Mashhad
Mostafa Rajaee Poor – Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad Branch
Reza Abaspoor – Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad Branch
Islam seeks to provide both material and spiritual welfare of man, large and suitable house can be one of them. Contrary to some beliefs which measure a good house with western standards, Islam explains some unique characteristics from it and in Muslim people’s rank especially. These characteristics are different from what are in Modern architecture. It considers home as a machine for living and in some matters regards it like its another products. Housing characteristics associated with the daily lives of people and their culture is totally disconnected. The first important feature for suitable home is its land. In addition to location and financial growth in the future which considered by buyers today, Islam emphasizes some factors to construct homes, these factors are good weather, plenty of fresh water, flat and smooth ground. Certainly, kind of living among some religions is different with living among Muslims, public face of cities and houses is one of ways to identify towns and cities and Muslim civilization. Hence, it must be distinct from non-Muslim cities faces. The term home is more higher and valuable that can be defined as a house or shelter, God places your home as a place of your peace and relaxation, God stated. This holy sentence is interpreted probably that man must not build or buy his house in a place which may peace be endangered. In Islamic architecture not only inside a house is not visible from the outside, even a lot of houses entrances are built in such a way that if the door be open, inside will not be visible under no circumstances. Nowadays, inside of houses are visible unfortunately, because of adherence to western culture. Islamic architecture does not put all spaces of homes in the view of non-familiar men (Na-mahram). Psersonal spaces which are used typically by ladies like: kitchens, bedrooms,WCs are designed to not be visible easily. But, such considerations are meaningless in bare and westernized architecture.