Abstract: The organization of space in traditional houses is multilateral relations of space with each other and it is very flexible against the needs and changes in lifestyle. No space in these houses is finished and blocked. Each space in addition to independence have the possibility of combining with its surroundings. Iranian architecture inherited modes of organization of space and knew its patterns. Architecture of Iran is acted very artfully in the conversion of open and closed spaces and establishes their relationships through a hierarchy of half-open and half-closed spaces. Spatial perception, the sense of peace and beauty in traditional buildings are because of the discipline of outside and inside. Therefore, the traditional buildings of Iran have shaped their surroundings and were shaped by it. Unfortunately, the spatial organization in a contemporary home environment shaped and was shaped. Unfortunately, the spatial organization has undergone tremendous changes in modern homes. In this study, the first to introduce the spatial organization and the organization of space in traditional housing has been studied architectural design and the necessity of taking advantage of these patterns in contemporary architectural design to a model housing today is studied.
Hamed Hayaty and Mojtaba Abbasnezhad, 2016. Introduction to the Organization of Spatial Discipline in Architecture of Traditional Houses. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 581-585.