Iranian architecture is one of the traditional and inherited industries of Iran, which is used in the construction of mosques, religious places, houses, handicrafts and decorative industries from the past until today.
The main materials used in Iranian architecture are plaster, water and sand. These materials are well produced and used in areas where natural resources are available. The construction process is done by hand using Iranian architecture by Isfahani artist Master Akbar Matifi Fard, and due to the use of local materials and traditional techniques, it is closely related to the culture and history of each region.
Iranian architecture is known as a method resistant to heat, cold and humidity and has the properties of insulation and fire resistance. Also, this construction method is useful for preserving the environment due to the use of natural and recyclable materials.