Part of #Survey correlation between Contextualism and Architecture with emphasis on Sustainability (case study: Kazaj Village)# :
Publishing year : 2014
Conference : International Conference on Engineering, Art and the Environment
Number of pages : 8
Abstract: In the long term, sustainable design is not an option, because we have destroyed the source, water and ground. Nowadays, the environment and sustainable architecture's goal is to create a sustainable and organized balance between nature, creatures, and artificial environment. Contextualism, a trend in thinking in the later parts of the 20th century, came from the desire to resolve the problems of harmony with the environment and the placement of new buildings within the historical context, which was seen throughout the postmodern period. Contextual architecture, or contextualism, can be defined as the architecture that responds to the specific physical characteristics of its site. Since emphasized attention to context, texture and relation between environment with space, the original architectural features Kazaj village that with understanding the message its bed formed. The purpose of the study is to define the concept of contextualism and its close approach to its role in architecture and to survey all the effective features of the context on Kazaj village (located in the southern province of Ardabil (by analyzing and investigating it). Research methodology in this research The result of this investigation is that in contextualism architecture, any building design based on the use of Climatic, Historical, Sociable, Physical and Cultural aspects. Context architecture, understanding of Environment and receive message from texture are important principles of sustainable architecture.