Although artists, architects, and urban planners around the world are striving to modernize urban spaces, they still cannot move without regard to Islamic-Iranian architectural style. Admitted by many of the world's leading architects and artists, the style of Islamic-Iranian architecture is one of the most inspiring sources that these people have always come across to present their artwork around the world. The influence of Islamic, Oriental, Islamic-Iranian roles, designs, and architecture on Western buildings and mansions over the last one or two decades has attracted the attention of many scholars in the field. According to a report by Jonathan Curill on the impact of Western architecture on Islamic-Iranian architecture in the San Francisco Chronicle, many Western buildings and buildings, especially in the United States, are inspired by Islamic-Iranian architectural design and style in mosques and places. Religious are made in our country. According to many experts, the relaxed, pleasant and spiritual atmosphere of these Islamic-Iranian monuments and the use of cheerful blue and green colors often attract architects and artists around the world, forcing them to imitate the art and style of architecture. Islamizes. In fact, the magnificent calm and excitement of Islamic-Iranian architecture in mosques and religious sites has drawn the attention of many artists and architects around the world. Therefore, these artists are attracted to this kind of architecture, seeking, or unwittingly, to share this tranquility with others in the pursuit of peace whose roots are rooted in Islamic-Iranian cultural foundations and values. Islamic-Iranian imitate and integrate it in any way with their architectural style. For example, the entrance to the World Towers, which was destroyed on September 11, 2001 by two hijacked aircraft, is one of the most important integrations of Islamic and Western architecture. According to many scholars in this area, the front of the towers is precisely a copy of the scenes of Mecca, the world's most sacred Muslim religious site, designed and constructed in a delicate manner. The Alcazar Theater Center in San Francisco is also one of the tall, glittering buildings that was designed and built by Islamic-Iranian architecture. The turquoise blue color used in the dome of many mosques in Iran, and the tower's antenna, reminiscent of the mosques of Iran, reminds the audience of the Iranian-Islamic architect. In addition, Islamic-Iranian architecture has influenced European culture as well as American culture. In many European cities and countries, such as Venice and Spain, mansions can be seen and designed under the influence of Islamic-Iranian knowledge and architecture. The use of light processing techniques in Islamic-Iranian mosques and religious buildings is another way that Western artists are inspired to design and build a safe, comfortable, tranquil and lively space that many international architects never admit to. One of the styles of Eastern and Western architecture has not been seen.