A Study on the Creation of Architectural Spaces for Children Using Rumi’s Storytelling Method


  • Fatemeh Moradi Islamic Azad University
  • G. Hossein Naseri Islamic Azad University




Children, Creativity, Art, Storytelling, Mawlana.


Public areas of behavioral science knowledge on issues related to children's environmental architecture interested in building their studies, based on the theories of learning and development of children. Children have a particular position in spaces, where grownups live, therefore the quality of spaces, proportions, architectural details, materials and so on, should act in a way that create curiosity, understanding of space and communication, selection and finally, the desire to learn and develop creativity in children. The aim of this project is to create conditions and facilities regarding growing, nurturing, creativity, promotion of knowledge and ability of children. The research methodology in this paper consists of two parts: the field and library studies. Research goals include the creation of conditions and possibilities that are the development of creativity and promotion of children's knowledge and ability. Logical and comparative reasoning method has been used for the conclusion based on case studies. Using dynamic architecture can help to develop creativity in children and the dynamics of architectural space can add deepen the joy of playing and storytelling. As a result, the research tries to link psychology and its appearance in the architectural space. The study suggest that storytelling can be facilitated through architectural space and with the help of it, we can increase the architectural designing of educational and artistic spaces.


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How to Cite

Moradi, F., & Naseri, G. H. (2017). A Study on the Creation of Architectural Spaces for Children Using Rumi’s Storytelling Method. Journal of History Culture and Art Research, 6(3), 1077-1088. https://doi.org/10.7596/taksad.v6i3.979