Investigating the Interaction of Climate and Vegetation in the Formation of Physical Texture and Urban Green Space Architecture in the Tropical Regions (Case Study of )Ahwaz City
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In general, climatic conditions (solar radiation - temperature, humidity, wind, etc.) In tropical areas has been effective in urilizing elements in urban space architecture as well as in green space and The choice of type of building materials, such as pavement pavement, facades of buildings, furniture and urban elements, and the design of their architectural form, should be compatible with climatic conditions and appear to reduce the acure thermal conditions. Also, the design of the plant's architectural form should be based on the principles of plant engineering and engineering And are designed with the proper architecture to play a key role in shaping the physical texture of urban space. Therefore, plant species types and planting architectural form can be effective in controlling severe climatic conditions and have a moderating role in creating micro-climatic environment. So, we conclude that in the tropical region of urban spaces, special forms of this area are devoted and they work to adjust the acute thermal conditions.

نشریه کالبد شهر, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2021
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