Volume 1, Issue 1, July 2015, Page: 9-14
Log in to the Area of Architectural Design Looking to the Dwarfism
Mohammad Reza Taghizadeh Kejane, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran
Mohammad Talebi Esfandarani, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran
Abbas Mandegari, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran, and Architecture Expert, Mahestan Company
Received: Jul. 3, 2015;       Accepted: Jul. 24, 2015;       Published: Jul. 25, 2015
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20150101.12      View  6457      Downloads  131
Abstract
The human race of people from all colors, shapes and sizes is formed. This variety, though beautiful, but a fundamental challenge for ergonomic design who seek to Match the capabilities and limitations of the users to their environment. Physical space requirements and operational biomechanical ability yare two design parameters governed mainly by the user’s physical attributes and consequently body size has an effect on the design’s usability, comfort, and efficiency. The purpose of this study was to determine the definition of Dwarfism and architectural design solutions for Dwarfism. And here the question arises whether it is possible to determine ways to design for people Dwarfism. In terms of ontological, Foundations philosophy is positivism research and the relationship of the researcher and subject is not relatively straight; this means there is nothing to do research and researchers together and the result of the research does not impact and relevance to researchers and research methodology is quantitative. In this article we have tried to find out a solution in the field of architecture for the needs of Dwarfism So that people can easily do their chores.
Keywords
Architectural Design, Dwarfism, Ergonomic
To cite this article
Mohammad Reza Taghizadeh Kejane, Mohammad Talebi Esfandarani, Abbas Mandegari, Log in to the Area of Architectural Design Looking to the Dwarfism, International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2015, pp. 9-14. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20150101.12
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