عنوان مقاله [English]
Review and continuation of the physical evidence can be pursued over a long period in Iranian architecture; however, the architecture of modernity occurred in persistence of Iranian architecture. The past architecture and discontinuity can be the factors deemed to avoid identity. Facing tradition against contemporary ideas is now a challenge in many primeval countries. Lack of intimacy and compliance has grown up so that fewer ones can establish a logical architectural connection with the past. Gaps in the historical structures are often visible all over the country. This paper is examining the historical break in the continuum or dimension of the recent historical contexts relying on the opinion of experts in this field. For this purpose, two different concepts are studied to achieve the new categories available in the recent events of the last six decades. The questions in this research are as follows: a. Have the experts named the recent developments in architecture of historical context and to what extent do they believe in discontinuity or break? b. What are the categories available about the issue of continuity and stability in the two historical contexts? Based on the research methodology, this article is a comprehensive review of the existing resources and library records in case of historical break or continuum. After summing up the new categories, for providing reliable data, resulted survey and reports were amended by interviewing the experts. Snowball sampling method was used in this research. At first, experts were divided into three groups according to their opinions. The first two groups believe that discontinuity and deviance is happening in the last decade but the third groups believe this is related to the all-historical periods.
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