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مقالات (مجلات)

Shakibamanesh, A., Ghorbanian, M. (2018), “Effects of Urban Spatial Configurations and Physical Structures on Pedestrians’ Perception of Subjective Duration”, Interaction Design and Architecture(s), No.36.


Shakibamanesh, A., & Ghorbanian, M. (2017). “Toward time-based design: Creating an applied time evaluation checklist for urban design research”. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 6(3), 290-307


Mirgholami, M., Medghalchi, L., Shakibamanesh, A., Ghobadi, P. (2016). “Developing Criteria for Urban River Restoration Based on Biophilic and Water Sensitive Approaches”, Manzar Journal, Vol 36


Shakibamanesh, A. (2015). “Public Shelters Design and Planning Considerations: Towards Secure Urban Design in Terms of Passive Defense”, Geografia – Malaysian Journal of Society and Space, Vol. 11, No. 3.


Shakibamanesh, A., Ghorbanian, M., Nazari, S. (2014), “Railway and Subway Design Considerations: Toward Secure Urban Design in Terms of Passive Defense”, International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 6, No. 1.


Shakibamanesh, A., Ghorbanian, M., Nazari, S. (2014), “Railway and Subway Design Considerations: Toward Secure Urban Design in Terms of Passive Defense”, International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 6, No. 1.


Shakibamanesh, A., Kariminiya, F. (2020), “Using Network-Based Analysis to Measure the Physical Resilience of Urban Neighborhoods; (Case Study: Sanglaj Neighborhood in Tehran)”, Journal of Resilient City (JRC)  (Under Publication).


Shakibamanesh, A., Kokabi, M. (2020), “Investigating the Visibility of Historical Elements in Urban Landscape; Using Two-Dimensional Isovist Analysis (Case study: Tehran Golestan Palace)”, ANDISHNAME; Journal of Urban planning and Design, Vol 1, No. 1.


Shakibamanesh, A., Ghobai, P, Ayashm, M. (2018). “Investigating the Effect of Urban Squares Visibility on the Psychological Security of Pedestrians Using the Three-Dimensional Isovist Technique (Case Study: the Saat Square and Namaz Square of Tabriz)” (in Persian), Iranian Association of Architecture & Urbanism Journal, Iran University of Science & Technology.


Aali, A., Haghparast, F., Maleki, A., Shakibamanesh, A. and Ghobadi, P. (2017). “Optimum Form and Placement of Urban Blocks to Maximize the Use of Solar Energy – A Case Study”, International Journal of Optimization in Civil Engineering, Vol 7, No. 4.


Shakibamanesh, A., Hakimi, Y. (2017). “The Effect of physical Space Visibility on the Pedestrians Behavior in Urban Squares Using 3D Isovist Analysis (Case Study: Sabze Meydan Square in Tehran)”, Journal of Urban Studies, Volume 7, Issue 25.


Shakibamanesh, A. (2015). “Secure Urban Design in Terms of Passive Defense Approach; Analytical Considerations for Improving Form-based Characteristics in Iranian Cities”, Armanshahr Architecture & Urban Development journal, Vol 7, No. 14.


Shakibamanesh, A. (2014). “Improving results of urban design research by enhancing advanced semi-experiments in virtual environments”. International Journal of Architecture & Urban Planning, Iran University of Science & Technology, 24(2), 131-141.


Shakibamanesh, Amir, Behzadfar, Mostafa. (2014), “Investigation on Philosophy of Place Phenomenology; Analytical Exploration of David Seamon’s Viewpoints about Home as a Place”, (in Persian), Hoviate Shahr Journal (Islamic Azad University Scientific – Research Journal), Vol.4, No. 3.


Shakibamanesh, A., Behzadfar, M., Alalhesabi, M. (2014), “Urban Design Based on Deliberate Distortions in Depth and Distance Perception; from Cue Approach to Practical Optical Illusions”, (in Persian), NaghsheJahan Journal (Basic studies and New Technologies of Architecture and Planning (Tarbiat Modares University Scientific – Research Journal), Vol  1, No 4.


Shakibamanesh, A., Daneshpour, A. (2011), “Compact City; Dose It Create an Obligatory Context for Urban Sustainability?” International Journal of Architecture & Urban Planning, Iran University of Science & Technology, Vol. 21, No. 2.


Shakibamanesh, A., Behzadfar, M. (2011), “Promoting City Center Parking Qualities by Using Urban Design Guidelines”, International Journal of Architecture & Urban Planning, Iran University of Science & Technology, Vol. 21, No. 1.


Shakibamanesh, A., Behzadfar, M. (2008), “The Location of Design Guidelines in Urban Design Process and Their Role in Promoting Urban Spaces Quality”, Armanshahr Architecture & Urban Development journal, Vol 1, No. 1.


Shakibamanesh, A., Shie, E. (2012), “Strategic (Spatial) Planning; an Efficient Approach in Urban Planning System”, (in Persian), Iranian Association of Architecture & Urbanism Journal, Iran University of Science & Technology, Vol. 1, No. 2.

Abstract

In the 1990s a strategic approach to the organization of space at different levels of scale became more prevalent. Increasingly, it is being assumed that the solutions to complex problems depend on the ability to combine the creation of strategic visions with short-term actions. Implementing this kind of planning requires accountability within a time and
budgetary frame- work and the creation of awareness for the systems of power. Delivering on these new demands implies the development of an adapted strategic planning capacity and a shift in planning style in which the stakeholders are becoming more actively involved in the planning process on the basis of a joint definition of the action situation and of the sharing of interests, aims, and relevant knowledge.

At the beginning of this paper we discuss about the strategic planning and the history of it’s emersion and expansion. Then we study the spatial planning evolution; from traditional planning to strategic spatial planning with criticize approach. Different definitions exploration of strategic spatial planning leads to two major important processes which are
emphasized on new planning recourses: the process of Bryson, and Albrechts Four- track approach.
At the end of article we also introduce some of the more important principles which should be mentioned in preparing a strategic planning paradigm. This paper tries to vanish some of the doubts in using strategic spatial planning, leads to make it more usable in planning field and also creates a comprehensive viewpoint to this topic.

Keywords: Strategic Spatial Planning, Urban Planning, Traditional Planning, the Process of Bryson, Albrechts Four- track approach


Shakibamanesh, A; Kokabi, M (2020-Under Review), “Investigating Mass-Space System to Reach an Optimal Model for Analyzing Visibility Among Buildings and Public Open Spaces Using Three-Dimensional Isovist (Case study: Persian Gulf Lake Area, Tehran, Iran)”

Abstract

In recent years, the quality of view in public spaces and buildings has received a lot of attention from urban designers to improve the quality of the human living environment in cities. This study was conducted to achieve an optimal model of visibility among buildings and public spaces. To this end, three indices, i.e., “view from public space to the surrounding space”, “view from the building to adjacent buildings”, and “view from the building to open space”, were investigated, taking into account the physical-spatial structure and Visual privacy. Therefore, in this study, three-dimensional isovist – as a technique for representing physical space and analyzing view – was used to assess the visibility of small-scale urban areas quantitatively. First, physical qualities affecting view were divided into three categories: “spatial layers”, “properties of mass-space components” and “spatial qualities”. Next, spatial qualities were explained to evaluate, select, and relate them to each of the isovist variables. Isovist variables effective in measuring the three research indices were identified using the Delphi technique and six variables of volume, area, perimeter, obstruction, length of minimum, and maximum line of sights in three sites the north of Persian Gulf Lake in Tehran were evaluated. The results showed that variables such as severe spatial enclosure, high building density, the small distance among blocks, block shape, height distribution of buildings, and uniform skyline increased the visibility of buildings, resulting in weak Visual privacy and reduced view to open space from inside buildings and public spaces. Finally, using the sum of quantitative visual values, the site with the most favorable conditions regarding optimal visibility was identified, and the integrated model of measuring optimal visibility was introduced.

Keywords: Mass-Space
System, Optimal Visibility Model, 3D Isovist