Analysis and Study of Geometry of Persian Carpets with Geometry and Architecture Approach
Kavos Shahri, Shabnam Henareh Ashgehsou
Persian carpet and architecture are an integral part of Iran's culture and civilization, which have long enjoyed a special status in this land. With careful attention to the works of the Persian carpet of the Persian carpet from the past to the present day, there are many common points of interest between them. The main objectives of the present research are to first examine and introduce the two introduced elements, namely Persian carpet and architecture, separately, and then the link between them in design, meaning and geometry, in the following, to introduce the common points between these two concepts and their relationship. With geometry that has existed from the past and has evolved to today, examples of further understanding of these links have been highlighted. It is hoped that such studies could be useful for the enthusiasts of this pathway in the field of architecture and its common arts, including carpets.