Architectural Design Features With The Approach Of Social Interactions In The Tourist Complex
Abstract. The success rate of urban spaces by using human presence in space is proportional. In fact, architecture should seek to increase social interaction and solidarity of the people. But, what we face today in most urban areas is reduction of relations and social participation of people in these spaces. From an objectivist and material perspective, urban space is a ground to create social relations and promote civil life in the society. Recreational activities can be one of the most important to create urban space for social interaction and promote cultural society. Consistency and durability of social relationships and social interaction depends on its quality and quantity. Social stability plays an important role in finding solutions to social interaction and can create a sustainable way of life in a community. Social stability in fact is non-physical part of sustainable architecture. Satisfying human needs, improving the quality of life and usin g all his capabilities in improving the situation are the purposes of social sustainability. Feeling comfort and security and convenience in the tourism complex is most effective factors that can be make the actual participation of citizens in such a space. The main purpose of this study is to seek structural and semantic criteria of tourism complexes in order to increase the sense of security and social stability for the sake of creating a center of urban activity. This is a cross-sectional study and examined the implications of social stability to enhance the sense of security in the areas of entertainment's most influential fields of study.
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