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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54357
Doc. No:TL24311
Call number:‭MR33730‬
Main Entry:Soodeh Salehin
Title & Author:Desiring heterotopiaSoodeh Salehin
College:Carleton University (Canada)
Date:2007
Degree:M.Arch.
student score:2007
Page No:78
Abstract:This thesis examines the carpet as the embodiment of mythological and cultural manifestations. Through the exploration of carpet as a craft within the early Greek and Persian societies, two different world views are investigated. For the Greeks the textile artifact was a representation of their cosmos and reflection of their logo-centric worldview. In contrast to that, for the Persians, carpets demonstrated the notion of the "garden paradise" as structuring a mythological worldview. The garden carpets are the precedent study of this thesis and act as a symbolic perfection of gardens. Ultimately the Persian carpet embodies the notion of heterotopia; therefore it is a representation of a place or a site. This thesis investigates the paradigm of the carpet as an inspirational source for all Persian art forms, postulating the question: can the Persian Carpet act as a generator of heterotopic space in the design of the International Persian Carpet Trade Centre in the contemporary context of Tehran?
Subject:Communication and the arts; Iran; Design; Interior design; Architecture; 0389:Design; 0729:Architecture; 0389:Interior design
Added Entry:Carleton University (Canada)