Sahel Dezhpasand, P.H. D student will complete his P.H. D thesis on “Architectural Design Education based on Gender;with an Islamic approach"in 7 March 2018 1:00 pm.
M.Sc Abdolhamid Noghrekar
Dr. Mohsen Feyzi
The process of creating architectural works is one of the most important and complex issues in the field of architecture, and despite the numerous studies carried out in recent decades, some of the dimensions of this process remain unknown. This essay aims to promote the quality of the learning of architecture in girls and boys, taking into account their different characteristics and explaining the content of the process of creating architectural works with respect to these differences, and has been designed and viewed from Islamic point of view. Due to the lack of systematic communication between architecture education and disciplines such as educational science, the status of gender differences has not yet been addressed. Therefore, the negation of gender differences as one of the numerous individual differences in the design process training has been one of the main concerns of this research. An issue that is influential in thinking styles and learning styles, is one of the important requirements for improving the quality of the works created.
The main questions of the research were the kind of look at the gender differences in the education of architecture from the Islamic point of view and subsequently the way the process of creating architectural works was based on this. Research hypotheses are also based on the principle that gender differences are effective in the quality of architectural learning, and that girls and boys have different talents, tendencies and different ways in the process of creating architectural works. To do this research, the strategy of rational reasoning and methods of deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning have been used for the research stages.
The findings of the research show that the approach of Islam to education, as well as other fields, is an end-to-end approach based on human nature. In fact, the essence of the souls of men and women is not different, but there are differences in their existential complications. Therefore, the subject of their education is not different, where it focuses on the essence of the soul, but differences in methods and details that return to some complications are significant.
Since God has created man in his own way of creativity, in order to achieve a complete work that qualifies all divine manifestations in a relative manner, it is necessary to cultivate complete human beings. Therefore, a balanced tendency in the context of revelation is opposed to rational or intuitive tendencies, according to which the logical and intuitive students are distinguished in order to establish a proper relationship between mastery and the specific solutions of each in order to design a complete work ; And, more importantly, achieving a complete human being.
Keywords: Gender Differences, Architectural Design Training, Islamic Approach