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Tehran

فضای سرد معماری شهری

استفاده از فولاد و سیمان و شیشه در معماری معاصر و به ویژه بلند مرتبه سازی شهری ، فضایی سرد بر محیط های شهری بزرگ حاکم کرده است که با وجود امکانات رفاهی بسیار موجود در آن ، اتمسفر سرد و بی روحی را به محیط و نهایتاً به ذهن و روح انسان تحمیل می کند. این فضای بر آمده از صنعت و رشد اقتصادی، محیط اجتماعی معاصر را بسیار سرد و فاقد هرگونه ارتباط از منظر عاطفی، احساسی و انسانی می نماید. 

از دیگر دلایل تاثیرگذار در این زمینه میتوان به حداقل استفاده از رنگ های گرم و شاد در نمای ساختمان ها اشاره کرد. بیشتر آن ها با نماهای آلومینیومی یا سنگهای خاکستری و سیاه و ... ساخته می شوند. می توان گفت صفا و صمیمیتی که بناهای قدیمی با سقف های کوتاه و در برخی مناطق با کاربرد شیشه های رنگی و ... به انسان منتقل می کردند رفته رفته جای خود را به ساختمان های چند طبقه و به ویژه در شهرهای بزرگ به آسمان خراش های سربه فلک کشیده که عاری از ایجاد هرگونه حس عاطفی است، داده اند.

در این شهرها کمتر بناهایی باقی مانده اند که همچنان شکل قدیمی خودرا حفظ کرده و آلوده این رشد صنعتی و زندگی ماشینی نشده باشند. البته به طور حتم دیری نمی پاید که آن بناها هم کاملا از بین رفته و چیزی جز یک خاطره در ذهن انسان از خود باقی نگذارند.

در آثار عرضه شده در این نمایشگاه تلاش شده است تا با استفاده از رنگ، سطحٰ، فرم و فضا و نهایتاً ترکیب آن ها با یکدیگر مجموعه ای از آثار که بازتاب این احساس از معماری و محیط های شهری می باشد، به قالب تصویر درآمده است.

این مجموعه شامل 19 اثراست که با تکنیک اکرلیک روی بوم و مقوا به اجرا درآمده اند.

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