It was also to his credit that he was instrumental in restarting in 1968 the important series Throughout the ten years of his scientific work in Iran, the study of the Achaemenid reliefs of Persepolis was a particular concern of his. Ingeborg Luschey-Schmeisser, he studied Islamic art, especially tiles and ceramics, on the basis of the findings of an Il-khanid palace in Bisotun.
By the means of joining varying fibre materials, processing and coating parameters, advantageous properties can be implemented.
Adding conductive and signal transmitting elements is also possible, what enables multiple functionalities.
During weaving, high-strength load bearing tension carries can be integrated in the textile structure.
The basic woven structure can either provide force transmission or single protective function.
Finally, they also measured the Safavid Bridge and the Safavid caravanserai from the end of the 17th cent. The results of all these investigation were published by Heinz Luschey and his colleagues in various scientific journals and appeared after His death in 1996 as a summary in the Bisotun publication (Kleiss and Calmeyer, 1996).
Luschey’s great merit consisted of providing a clear sequence of Iranian history at the Bisotun site on the basis of the results of these investigations. After his military service during the Second World War, Luschey worked as an assistant at the Archaeological Seminar of the University of Tübingen.When in 1971 he chose early retirement due to health problems, he left his successors with a perfectly functioning institute.Another effective process for manufacturing of traction mechanisms and tension members from textiles is weaving.In this case, belt- or ribbon-like structures are achieved, which are enabling a wide range of applications in the field of mechanical components.Already at an early stage, he devoted himself to problems concerning the archaeology and history of art of the ancient Near East and Iran. But he passed away suddenly and Heinz Luschey was appointed in 1961 by the Central Administration of the German Archaeological Institute as the First Director of the Tehran branch.