عنوان مقاله [English]
Iran's villages have unique environmental and social contexts, and each is a treasure trove of the country's diverse cultural heritage. The village is a culturally traditional community dominated by simple culture. Habitat and climate are two man-made and natural systems that have a profound influence on each other. Climate is one of the determinants of the structure of rural housing in which patterns and activities of an area are influenced. Rural life, too, is a type of production-based and indigenous structure whose inhabitants often provide for their needs in the rural area. One of the most important is the need for shelter and a place to live. Rural buildings, especially in the past, have been a symbol of identity and represent social, cultural, economic, and climatic structures of the region. Rural housing, with its simplicity and simplicity, intuitive patterns and adaptation to the natural environment, has formed a living and social biological function that gives it a distinct identity. Rural housing by exploring the factors discussed will help to explain the structure of housing according to the needs of the people and appropriate climatic, social, economic, etc. factors.