For a long time, the sense of sight has been regarded as the greatest sense of the human being and itis the most powerful transitional sense which plays a significant role in understanding otheremotions. On the other hand, according to the world-wide experience of the perception process andits results, there are some differences between the normal people and the blind people. This subjecthas been independently investigated by many researchers, but without the full attention of the blindperception processes and their associated mechanisms, no interventions and planning can beundertaken for the improvement of the environmental quality of this group. In this regard, in theform of an experimental activity, by writing a syllabus extracted from the curriculum and topics bythe Ministry of Science's Planning Supreme Council and by applying appropriate and adaptableapproaches to the physical condition of the blind students, basic architectural training is consideredfor them. The findings of this study were analyzed by inferential analysis of T-test throughcomparing the analysis of pre and post-tests of the training courses and then by analyzing theresults and measuring the significance level of the results. The findings showed that using basicarchitectural training methods can have a significant effect on the quality and quantity of blindpeople's perception from the architectural spaces. Also, the results showed that througharchitectural teaching methods, the blind people can participate in designing the public spacesspecific for them.