Preservation and Revival of Historical Monuments and the Creation of Modern Spaces
Nima Shiva, Ali Asgharzadeh
With the emergence of modern life manifestations, ancient textures and districts have lost their historic values, and the suburbs have become the place of city expansion and evolution, and the new parts were formed in a modern, and no identity state and the old neighborhoods were abandoned. The historical and ancient texture of the Sari city, especially its Sabzeh Meydan, is one of the most valuable urban textures of the Mazandaran province, which is considered as a valuable work. Preserving the values of this texture, together with the life flow continuity, is not an easy issue. An important point in this research is preserving and revitalizing the valuable monuments with historical background and in line with this fact, creating modern spaces is important that a set of these factors can create a dynamic and outstanding texture. Consequently, with regard to this fact that the ancient texture of Sari as a living and identified organism and a structure different from extensive development of current city, with the new developments jointly it is capable of meeting the diverse and different needs of the entire city, the capacities of both organisms must be identified and according to them the duties have to be divided. So, while examining these talents and designing a cultural arts collection that meets the needs of the inhabitants of the city, the main aim current thesis is to attain a model that can be generalized to other designing collections.