عنوان مقاله [English]
Housing researchers assume this issue more than just a human need for shelter and believe that culture is one of the main factors influencing its shape and form. But since culture is a complex and very general concept, it needs to be developed to measurable components such as lifestyle. Ignoring cultural and anthropological studies in recent years has reduced the satisfaction and loss of cultural identity in housing.
Changing the way of life during different historical periods and the direct relationship with the shape and form of housing, enables us to study the impact of its impact on the housing in different historical periods. This paper follows the change of spatiality in Kerman housing through the study on the evolution of lifestyle changes.
The descriptive-analytical method is the method of this research. Firstly, by library studies, subject literature and secondly by field studies, gathering of existing samples in Kerman city, including houses in Qajar period, first Pahlavi, second Pahlavi, early Revolutionary and later modernity has been achieved. Then, houses of each period have adapted physically based on interviews and questionnaires collected from their residents to determine the impact of lifestyle on physical structure.
Finally, in order to draw a conclusion through analyzing the physical patterns based on the historical changes of lifestyle, the results show that the change of this factor has a direct and visible impact on the body of housing and lack of sufficient knowledge and studies in this field caused them not to be appropriate for users in the latest periods.