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Creating a concrete and heterogeneous building with the historical context of Yazd near the central library

ISNA / According to the latest news, the construction of a concrete building that is inconsistent with the historical context of Yazd will be done near the Central Library.

Yazd has been registered globally and today one of the most important issues in urban planning and urban development regarding Yazd is protection-oriented development; This issue is so important that the slightest shortcoming can remove Yazd from the UNESCO World Heritage List, and Yazd must definitely be held accountable to the people of the world for any mistakes that occur, because today Yazd is the brick heritage of the world and belongs only to the people. It is not a city and a province.

The construction of the Central Library was one of the most serious mistakes that happened in the past years and many catastrophes happened to the historical city of Yazd during these years, but after the world registration of Yazd, this amount of destruction and neglect reached its lowest point and the movement Restoration people led Yazd to once again taste protection-oriented development under the protection of legal restrictions.

However, during the same period, some mistakes were repeated, the mistake of destroying part of a historic house in Ardakan, a concrete building Hazira Mosque , the adjoining and heterogeneous building of Iqbal Factory, as well as the high-rise building of doctors on Taleghani Taleghani Boulevard and, of course, the building that is next to the central library and in the heart of the historical texture, in silver A completely concrete structure is being created.

The concern of the local community and the people of the region also confirmed this issue so that we can follow up on this issue and ask why such buildings were created in this valuable historical context and, more importantly, why they remain.

Seyed Mostafa Fatemi, Director General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Yazd, said about the building that was built in a heterogeneous manner between the Iqbal factory and the building that is being built near the Central Library: “All of them in previous periods of management The cultural heritage has obtained its activity license, so we could not take action to prevent the activity of these properties.

He stated that these buildings must comply with the skyline and architectural principles, adding: “Although local materials were not used in the construction of these buildings, and today and after the world registration of Yazd, we are against the creation of such buildings.” But the appearance of the building and the height of the buildings must be completely standard in the world city. The official stressed that the standards of a medical center should be observed regarding the construction of a medical center building adjacent to the central library, saying: “If such a building wants to be built in the historical context today, we will not give it permission and oppose the construction of such a building.” We are concrete, but since the license is issued by general managers and we are also subject to the management system, we can not enter legally, but we negotiated the facade and height to be in accordance with the rules. He said that buildings such as the Central Library were criticized for the extensive destruction of the historic fabric and non-standard height, adding: The owner of the building and the new building, which is completely annexed, is being created according to the medical standards in the leveled area in the previous periods. Emphasizing that such cases are mistakes of previous periods that should not be repeated, Fatemi said: “In the process of building this medical center, we will supervise the construction of a building that fits the adjacent context, while allowing the repetition of events such as the construction of the central library.” We do not give in the historical context.

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