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CafeLitt 143: Gilan Architecture

Thu 22 Oct 2009, 19:00, by Ehsan Daneshyar, at Bistro Burritoville:3rd floor, 2055 Rue Bishop, Montreal,QC (Map)

In this session, Ehsan Daneshyar, PhD Student of Architecture, will talk about the Gilan , in north of Iran, Architecture. He will talk about the role of the climate, financial and social issues on the architecture of this provience and continue with their building procedures. He will also give some hints on Modern architecture of Gilan.

در این جلسه در مورد معماری مسکونی گیلان که به معماری گیاهی نیز مشهور است می پردازیم. در مقدمه در مورد تاثیرات شرایط اقلیمی ، اقتصادی و تاملات اجتماعی بر مسکن این ناحیه صحبت خواهیم کرد و در ادامه نحوه ساخت گالی پوش خانه ، لته سر ، سفالی خانه ، سیمکا خانه و انواع مصالح سنتی دیگر برای برپایی خانه، صحبت خواهیم کرد.دراین راستا به سیر مراحل تکوین بناهای مسکونی از خانه های تک اتاقه به خانه های شکیلی که در نوع خود در معماری مسکونی ایران بی نظیر هستند می پردازیم. در نهایت به وضعیت معماری امروز گیلان هم اشاره ای خواهیم داشت

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May I have this part please? 143:Gilan Arch

F at Thu 9 Dec 2010

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