Using Trees in Perception of Urban Spaces Located in Historical Fabrics
Ali Sharghi, Yousef Jahanzamin, Shahrzad Jahanzamin
Nowadays the importance of green spaces in all aspects of life is no longer a secret. Human has used the green space as he has been given. Through the main elements of landscaping, since the old days, are trees that have been linked to human lives deeply. These life-giving creatures that are the nature heritage for the whole world can have both physical and psychological-spiritual effects on their surroundings. These noble creatures which in the past, have been present in different aspects of human life, even in their beliefs and attitudes in completely organic and unsettled way, in recent decades, have retained their role in human life and entire exterior parts of his residential areas, as fully planned. Furthermore they have given color and smell of pure nature to human’s life, and have made his atmosphere friendly, spirited and vibrant.
In this study, by using a documentary method and library research procedure, the impact of trees in urban spaces and the possibility of using their positions in the historic and old fabrics will be investigated and analyzed.