The mysterious manifestation of natural light in the prayer spaces of old mosques has created a tremendous transformation in the place and has increased the spiritual quality of these spaces. In contemporary mosques, the use of natural light has been reduced to its quantitative use and its qualitative aspects have been neglected. This has led to the loss of the effects of lighting in the worship space and the need to use electrical energy as much as possible.
Nowadays, architects are dependent on artificial light equipment to use effective and qualitative effects of light, regardless of the fact that the art of using natural light has innumerable lasting qualitative and quantitative effects, which in the rich history of Iran’s architecture was created in a creative way by architects with taste and knowledge. Iranian is used.
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Marzieh Homani Rad and colleagues
Armanshahr Architecture and Urbanism Journal