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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Newly constructed cities or new towns, like the new model in modern urban planning have great importance and until now different countries including India have used this model in urban planning with various motives and in various forms.
Landscape and public spaces design has been the basic concern of landscape architects and urban designers. Landscape can strengthen the city's cohesion and Cause environmental sustainability and readability. Public space is a social space which makes sense in line with the objectives of human and aesthetic principles.
The present article aims to study Indian new towns and focuses on public spaces in these cities to review their weaknesses and continuing changes. Also, by examining, analyzing and comparing the samples we answer the question: “what are the cause of the failure and the lack of opportunities for social interaction in some of these public spaces? Which deficiencies have made people to change these public spaces?”
This article studies new towns using library documents, written and internet sources and articles related to the samples. Also, this model is analyzed using field studies.