The design of urban furniture elements should be such that it communicates with the citizens according to the cultural characteristics and identity of each society and its cultural components. The condition for the establishment of this relationship, which can be examined more visually, is the correspondence between the form and its function. How the design is and in what spaces should be done according to the identity of the city and society.
For example, sculptures, symbols and in general urban elements that are installed in special places such as squares and entrances of cities should be in harmony with historical, social, etc. events to be tangible and understandable as well as memorable for citizens. Be identifiable and even reminding. To achieve this, waiting places, start-up spaces (terminals and entrances and exits of the city), venues for events and continuous gatherings, etc. are important and help to match the form and function.
In general, if we want to effectively communicate the elements of urban furniture with all sections of society, we must pay much attention to the ideas, values and identity of the city in its design and selection.
The importance of urban furniture in communicating with citizens can be considered in four areas:
Attention to urban furniture in terms of application
Social status and identity
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