There are practical considerations of time and resources that limit all research. The inquiry was limited to ask from local and residents around four different types of streets in Esfahan as one of the greatest cities in Iran. First, Chaharbagh Abbasi Street is known as an old historic and traditional street. The Second is Boulevard Ayeene khane as a link and passaging Modern Street without highlighted function.
Mir is another Street as an active, mixed-use commercial and residential street. Chaharbagh Khaju Street is the last one which is a mixed residential and commercial semi-active historic street. In different countries, cities and even different neighborhood streets have a different meaning for their users by their function and people’s culture. Therefore this investigation just looks at the Structure of streets as desired by people of this city and this culture. There are likely cultural differences in preferences for location and day-to-day shopping and other commercial activities, especially in relation to local residential environments. Furthermore, it is likely that in streets or similar environmental settings with a different ethnic and racial mix and different culture, the use of these settings may be different. The social interaction on the street from the observations and desired by people in this study may not represent a cultural behavioral pattern that is universally accepted. There is also a strong likelihood of many other variations.
Different cultures have different thresholds for the tolerance and acceptance of perceptual stimuli and levels of social interaction especially among people of different gender, race, and class. For these reasons and to test, validate, and broaden the findings of this study, it would be useful to repeat the study on commercial and residential streets in neighborhoods in other towns and cities and in different cultures. This study does not investigate the impact of people’s income on the perception of streets because respondents have not any tendency to tell about their incomes. This investigation is not bounded by time; it searched during the day and night times; Given that during night streets have limited meaning for people may be because of access way and amusing and different activities during the day and night like play outdoor space, workplace, shopping, access road, amusing and so on. Another delimit was streets area and zone.
In this small scale of inquiry it cannot cover every street then chose the several streets indeed of their usage whereas it’s more attracted for locals and tourists in this town. In addition, the inquiry has not a limitation for the age of responders; they can be in all category and class. In this way can realize the demands of users from streets for all type of users. 1.6 Significance of the studyOverview of this theoretical framework refines the influence of landscape architecture on streets from users’ viewpoint for different types, genders and ages of people. In other hands, find how people use the physical aspect of streets like furniture and lights and greenery as an urban open space and what they hope to have on streets.
The designers and professionals should show more interest in the streets and makes them different to users; and people are shaping the environment in a city or town then should associate them to make complete their environment.