عنوان مقاله [English]
Modernity arrived in Iran in the Pahlavi era and the prevalence of international style has led to the neglect of the identity of Iranian architecture. However, some architects have tried to preserve the authenticity of Iranian architecture in their works in alignment with the flow of modern architecture and have formed architecture according to the principles of regionalism. The present study aims to investigate which components of regionalism were most used to preserve the identity of Iranian architecture by female architects in the Pahlavi period. The main research question is, "What was the most used component of regionalism to link modern architecture and Iranian architecture in the works of female architects of the Pahlavi era?" The research focuses on the female architects' works published in the Magazine of Art and Architecture in 1975. The statistical population includes female architects' works including the identity of Iranian architecture. Since female architects of the Pahlavi era have been not well known in the history of architecture, studying and analyzing their works bring valuable and novel results in contemporary Iranian architecture. This makes such a study necessary. The present study is qualitative research carried out using historical-interpretive and descriptive-analytical approaches. The data are collected through library studies and then, analyzed through coding and case studies. The results indicate the use of geometry and proportions applied in Iranian architecture, climate compatibility, and the use of national elements are among the most widely used components of regionalism to link modern and Iranian architecture in the works of female architects of the Pahlavi era.