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Department of architecture, Shushtar branch, Islamic Azad University, Shushtar , Iran
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The traditional architecture of Iran is full of concepts based on the Iranian-Islamic culture and beliefs. These concepts are the results of trial and error, improving ideas and great culture of Iran and have created a structure based on climate and life style of these people. There are many architectural works in the houses in Qajar era in Behbahan city (Khuzestan, Iran) manifesting this theoretical basics. The present study is interpretive-descriptive design by library and field design. At first, some resources are used to review the architectural concepts, culture and privacy terms of Iran, then by an exact view, the Iranian-Islamic houses are analyzed to prove that the architectural plans on that time were based on materialistic and spiritual requirements of people culture and tradition. The architectural works indicate the direct effect of traditional culture of Iranian society on the design of architecture of houses.
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Received: 2020/01/28 | Accepted: 2020/07/11 | Published: 2020/07/30

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