Document Type : CASE STUDY


1 Department of Computer, Faculty of Technical and Engineering, Tehran East Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

2 Department of Social Science, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran


The growth of urban populations in recent decades requires physical elements such as residential, commercial and cultural spaces and the development of infrastructure such as streets and highways, which will open a new horizon to the historic texture of cities and how to preserve and restore them. The development of new urban textures along with the lack of attention to the historic texture and the transformation of the form and structure of the old neighborhoods of the city, promotes the expansion of new physical elements and the oblivion of historic elements. In this research, first, various management dimensions and then issues related to the restoration and conservation of historic textures, problems with these types of textures, issues procedures and legal and historic measures are discussed, then by using the field survey in the direction of achieving quantitative and qualitative findings and in the format of statistical methods an using the questionnaire, the required data for the research are collected from managers and citizens and the results will be presented in the form of a chart. In this regard, four hypotheses are tested and are finally concluded and summed up. This research seeks to answer the question of whether restoring and conserving the historic texture of the District 12 of Tehran municipality could be achieved through the formulation of management strategies or not.


Main Subjects

Mojabi, S. M., (2012). The existing look to the historical and worn out texture is as American look. Urban. Electron. City Broadcast. (In Persian)


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