While artists, architects and urban planners all over the world are trying to modernize urban spaces, they still can not step away from the Islamic-Iranian architectural style regardless of their style. In recognition of many of the world's leading architects and artists, the Islamic-Iranian architectural style is one of the most inspirational sources that have always referred to it for their artwork around the world. The influences of Islamic, Oriental, Islamic-Iranian designs, designs and architecture in western buildings and structures over the past two decades are so great that the attention of many experts in this field has attracted. According to a report by Jonathan Currill on the impact of Western architecture on Islamic-Iranian architecture in the San Francisco Chronicle, many of the Western-style buildings and mansions, especially in the United States, inspired by the design and style of Islamic-Iranian architecture in mosques and places Religious in our country. According to many experts, the relaxed, pleasant and spiritual atmosphere of these Islamic-Iranian monuments and the use of the happy colors of the blue and green of these places often attract architects and artists around the world and forcing them to imitate the arts and the style of architecture Islamic. In fact, the great tranquility and excitement of Islamic-Iranian architecture in mosques and religious places has attracted the attention of many artists and architects from all over the world to this art. Hence, these artists are attracted to this type of architecture by seeking peace, whose roots lie at the foundations and cultural and religious values in the roles of the Islamic-Iranian mystery, and, if desired or unintended, to share this peace with others from architecture. Islamic-Iranian, and they combine it in any way with their own architectural style. For example, the entrance to the global towers that was destroyed on September 11, 2001 by the two abducted planes is one of the most important combinations of Islamic and Western architecture. According to many experts in this area, the front of the towers is precisely a version of the scene of the city of Mecca, the most sacred place of religious Muslims in the world, which has been carefully designed and constructed. The Alcazar Theater Center in San Francisco is also one of the great and magnificent monuments designed and built inspired by the Islamic-Iranian architecture. The use of the color of the turquoise, which is used in the dome of many mosques in Iran, and the antenna of the tower of this center, which is reminiscent of the flowers of the Iranian mosques, reminds the artist and artist of Iranian-Islamic architecture to the audience. In addition, Islamic-Iranian architecture has influenced European culture as well as American culture. In many cities and countries of Europe, such as Venice and Spain, buildings and structures can be found under the influence of Iranian-Iranian architecture and knowledge. The use of light processing techniques in mosques and Islamic-Iranian religious buildings is one of the things Western artists inspire by designing a safe, comfortable, relaxing and light-hearted space, a feature that many international architects admit to none There are no eastern and western architectural styles..
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