FORMAL ARRANGEMENTS IN THE DESIGN OF ISLAMIC INTERIOR SPACES
The objective study of the formal arrangements in the design of the corridors of Islamic palaces in terms of their design and formal formations and their importance within the interior space of the corridors of Islamic palaces is an important matter in the interior design of all Islamic palaces. What are the requirements adopted by formal organizations in the design of Islamic interior spaces? While the second chapter included the theoretical framework and the indicators that came out with it, I took the subject of formal organizations in the design of Islamic interior spaces. As for the third chapter, it specialized in defining the topic of the research procedures, represented by the research methodology based on the descriptive approach with (content) analysis. As for the research community, it relied on the intentional selection method. While the fourth chapter included extracting the results of the research, the most important of which was the simplicity and clarity in the historical styles of the design treatments of the spaces, the shortcomings in the designs of the architectural organizations, as well as the embodiment of objective simplicity in knowing the meanings of expression and simulation of the Islamic organizational designs, including (Umayyad, Abbasid, Fatimid, Moroccan-Andalusian style), verification was achieved in the first model by 100% and achieved by relative in the second model by 50%, verification in both models by 75%. In addition to the diversity in the vocabulary of the raw materials adopted in the design of the space, their effects appeared clear in the visual appearance within the overlapping design techniques between the prominent and the indented, which contributed to the emergence of design formations that showed their features within the interrelationships between smooth and rough materials, which achieved aesthetic value for the entrances to the palace, including bricks, adobe, and plaster) where the verification was in both models and by 100%. The spaces of the palaces were based on the sites of the designs of the architectural organizations, with a high entrance preceded by a number of steps, due to the protrusion of the entrance from the azimuth of the façade, being appropriately connected with the interior design of the palace space, as it was achieved in the first model 100%, and achieved relative in the second model 50%, and the verification in both models was 75%. Several conclusions emerged, the most important of which is that the adoption of the meanings of Islamic thought has a major role in the designs of the spaces of the palaces through the influence and metaphor of the motifs, arches and columns. Its use in the spaces of Islamic palaces.