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Explaining the Component of Lasting Patterns Governing Indigenous Housing in Mashhad City, Iran, and Prioritizing Them Using Analytic Hierarchy Process
Marjaneh Najarnejad Mashhadi1, Khosro Afzalian *2, Mahdi Sheybani3, Seyed Moslem Seyedalhoseni1
1- Department of Architecture, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
2- Department of Architecture, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran , khosrow.afzalian@gmail.com
3- Department of Architecture, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Shahid Behshti University, Tehran, Iran
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Aims & Backgrounds: Mashhad is a city with historical neighborhoods that once housed many valuable houses. But due to changing lifestyles, development plans, economic changes, etc., a large part of the valuable texture of the city has changed over time. Therefore, if we follow the path of the idea of preserving and updating the past by creating creativity and sensitivity, traditional buildings can become a source of inspiration for the development of contemporary architecture that is responsible for local cultural processes. Accordingly, the aim of this research was to introduce and propose the components and indicators of indigenous patterns of Mashhad city.
Methodology: In this descriptive-analytical study, the data were collected by library method and in some cases using survey through completing the questionnaire by experts. So, using the foundationchr('39')s data approach and using Maxqda10 software, the components and indicators of interest in indigenous houses were extracted and then, using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), the component of indigenous patterns was determined and weighted.
Findings: The priority of the component of indigenous patterns affecting Mashhad city housing were privacy, introversion, avoidance of vanity, populism and communication with nature, comprehensiveness and unity-orientation, self-sufficiency, semantic-human and continuity and the component of patterns with a high score of 0.1 including privacy, introversion, avoidance of vanity, populism and communication with nature were introduced and selected as the component of lasting indigenous patterns of Mashhad city respectively.
Conclusion: The component of patterns of privacy, introversion, avoidance of vanity, populism and communication with nature are in the first to fifth ranks of the components of lasting indigenous patterns of Mashhad city.

Keywords: Component of Lasting Patterns, Indigenous Housing, Mashhad, Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
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Received: 2020/05/1 | Accepted: 2020/07/8 | Published: 2020/07/10
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Najarnejad Mashhadi M, Afzalian K, Sheybani M, Seyedalhoseni S M. Explaining the Component of Lasting Patterns Governing Indigenous Housing in Mashhad City, Iran, and Prioritizing Them Using Analytic Hierarchy Process. GeoRes. 2020; 35 (3) :251-263
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