عنوان مقاله [English]
Over the last 40 years, evidence of the wealth and capital accumulation, along with the continuous and accelerated flow of occupation of space, place, and its territories, dissolution, reconstruction, and spatial integrations in the urban spaces of Iranian cities, has fueled the unevenness and disturbance of space in architecture and urban landscape more than before. The problem is to find the reasons, for the rapid trend of unevenness and intensified disturbance in the architecture and urban landscape, especially in the metropolises of Iran. What are the influencing forces, factors, and relations? How do they affect spatial disturbance and imbalance? The research sample of the empirical study is Shahrdari Street between two squares, Tajrish and Quds. This study attempts to identify and introduce influential forces and relations affecting the mechanisms of the land and real estate markets to show how such factors obviously and intangibly have been able to make the street architecture and urban landscape unbalanced and confused. This has occurred through the intermediation of housing and building builders, via the exclusive occupation of the space and place near Tajrish Square, dissolution and accelerated spatial and place integrations, and serve the process of city spatial reconstruction, in this area. In terms of the purpose, this research is applied-developmental research. Its logic is deductive and inductive, and in terms of the method, it is descriptive-analytical, a type of case study that has reached a final synthesis by analyzing the cognitive and functional links. Based on the research findings, the growth of private sector activity and dynamism of the forces, affecting the accumulation of monopoly capital, relying on monopoly-financial rents in other sectors, in the context of cultural relations, play an important role in the occurrence of physical imbalance and spatial disturbance.