A review of the organizing methods between heritage and reality systems and their role in the diversity of contemporary Islamic production

Contemporary trends and writings differed on the search for the origin of the concept of Islamic architecture. Each study presented Islamic architecture according to a certain level, a level that looked at it as a style of buildings that appeared in the period of the emergence of Islam, starting from the Prophet’s call to the Ottoman period. A particular was adopted by the strength of the ideological system and then the role of other social and environmental systems, as the trends of contemporary architecture in the Arab and Western world dealt with Islam as a system of heritage and history that gives contemporary architecture legitimacy and belonging to the identity of Islamic societies by transferring it to the present and adapting it to serve the needs of contemporary society and according to the strength of social and technological systems And the subjectivity of the designer, and a level that looks at Islamic architecture as not a pattern that stops in a period of time, but rather has a dimension of permanence and continuity over time. Every Islamic product is derived from the genes of Islamic architecture as a deep structure, but with transformations imposed by the power of reality systems within the framework of stability. The article attempts to organize between the two destinations by bridging that knowledge by gathering the bonds of its interpretive connections. Therefore, architecture moved within two axes: the axis of generation and constancy, and the axis of continuity. Among them, three levels were diagnosed for how to deal with the Islamic heritage system, and this explains the multiplicity of the proposal according to two groups of studies, studies of Islamic thought and studies of Islamic thought, and from them, conclusions were reached

Keywords: Heritage system, reality systems, originality and modernization, organization methods, contemporary Islamic production