Preservation of historical buildings and constructions has always been considered in terms of cultural heritage and national identity of societies, but for several years it has been accepted as a world-accepted principle, textures and historical structures not only as cultural heritage and national identity but also As cultural wealth.
With this in mind, historical monuments are in the economic life cycle and, while fostering the economic prosperity of societies, many of them can be protected from profitable degradation to financial and economic abuses.
Isfahan should be expanded rapidly in the wake of its selection as the Safavid capital. This expandation was based on a design that exhibited its central authority to its spatial and physical order. The marvelous (quantitative and qualitative) dimensions of the civil spaces resulting from this development plan (happened in a very short period) have been unprecedented in Iran. Naqsh-e Jahan (Imam) square in the dimensions of 165 × ۵۱۰ meters, the Safavid Statehouse in the west, with an approximate area of 40 hectares, and the Chaharbagh axis from the Jahan Nama garden to the Hezar Jarib garden with 4500 meters long, are three important members of Isfahan’s spatial area in the Safavid era.
Therefore, the Safavid Statehouse area need to be restored, in order to preserve the identity of the past spatial area of Isfahan during the Safavid era. And it is not possible to do only by studding and identify and determine the extent of the historical studies of various sources, the historical past of the Safavid Statehouse, and the course of the physical and functional changes and the spaces and its components. That could be the basis for the restoration of monuments, historical elements and areas, redevelopment and recreation, with preserving historical authenticity and all future decisions regarding the restoration of the Statehouse.