عنوان مقاله [English]
Bijar carpet is well-known worldwide due to its strength and high texture density. This carpet revived and began to flourish during the Qajar period. In order to achieve a general understanding of Bijar carpet, one must become aquatinted with its patterns and designs. The types of carpet designs in this area include: Mahi, Mina Khani, Semanbarkhanum, Lachak Toranj, Arabesque Dahan Ajdari, Guldani, Gul and Bulbul, Baghi, Majnoon Willow, Daru Gol, Shagargah, Golfarang and Mostofi Golfarang, Moreover, a number of such designs such as Majnoon and garden willows are not weaved in this area. The focal point presented in this article is introducing the Bijar carpet in the present era and perceiving its characteristics of design and color in the contemporary period. In this research, based on library and field studies, all types of Bijar carpet designs in the contemporary period have been collected and studied. The compatibility of these designs with the native and traditional culture and the taste of the people of this region has been explored. With the passage of time, the non-observance of design principles in carpets has become ingrained in the culture of this region and now this heresy has been accepted among carpet weavers. The types of colors in the carpets of this region are influenced by the culture of the people of the region and are compatible with their beliefs. The presence of new designs and their acceptance among the people of the region has been due to their suitability to their taste.
1. Acknowledging Bijar contemporary carpets and various types of designs and patterns of carpets of this region.
2. Remarking the structure of Bijar contemporary carpet designs through their correspondence with traditional design principles.
1. What are the characteristics of Bijar carpet designs?
2. What are the carpet color indicators of the Bijar area?