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Old September 1st, 2009, 05:59 PM   #1
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[Tehran] Urban Redevelopment, Restoration & Renovation

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Old November 7th, 2010, 10:53 AM   #3
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Lalehzar to Regain its Historical Identity



Tehran Municipality’s director general for town planning and city projects announced that a plan is underway to revive historical identity of Lalehzar Avenue.

Tehran SAMA quoted Majid Paksaz, Tehran Municipality’s director general for town planning and city projects, as saying that the plan to improve situation of Lalehzar and Ferdowsi avenues is going through final stages of approval and a final plan will be soon provided. At present, the consultant is going through the plan and preparing a list of goals, strategies, and solutions.
“Since Lalehzar is a historical avenue and had been once a major artery in old Tehran, we aim to revive its identity,” he said.
Paksaz added that Lalehzar had been a place for recreation and pastimes, but it has now turned into a center for dealers in electronic devices. “Therefore, we aim to reestablish its connection to its historical past,” he added.
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Kolah Farangi building, Tehran
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Whoever wrote this had bad English (surprising for a US company) but it's understandable.

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The wireless Kolah Farangi building inaugurated, adjacent to the way of Shemiran road by the king Reza Pahlavi in 1304 solar calendar. The Erection of the named building with its other supplements that's been demolished nowadays, had been lasted for 3 years. The first outlook shape of the building, designed like T.

The entrance section includes spaces for the one to do official and technical affairs and the communicating section you observe the large spaces allocated for supplying energy. Approximately 10 years later for the necessity of vacancy for installing technical instruments, two homologous ramiform adjoined the terminal sections and the plan would be changed to this current shape.

This building was erected for installing transmitters and the facility of wireless communication on it and the initial communication was done between Tehran and St. Petersburg.

All of the instruments and the technologies were transferred by Russia to Iran. The basic instruments, in this communication indicate to the year 1924 BC. That is about 7 years after the Russian Revolution. Construction of this building was done in Iran architectural evolution era and obviously we are witness of evolution of the forms and traditional Iranian architectural values versus exterior architectural ones.

The whole plan of this building is not totally clear. It's said that a Russian architect had designed the plan. The used executive details in the building and even designing of plan and outlook feature of that refers to existence of designing and modern thoughts that had been executed by traditional experts hands.

This task in some parts caused weakness and in the other parts strength of the building. In about the year 1316 it'd been decided to erect the Radio building adjacent to Kolah Ghermezi building. At first, shortwave and long wave transmitter instruments are being made, which had been always posed as a part of a public view. The renovating and the mending of done in this building goes to the years 1384 and 1386 that Behjati wood industry had the responsibility of renovating and mending of wooden parts of this project.
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Old January 8th, 2011, 12:34 PM   #6
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Recently renovated shops in Nasser Khosro street.


Electrician's shop - A clever way to omit shop signs.


A/C units still plague the exterior view after renovation.


Picture perfect photographic market.
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[Tehran] Bazaar and Historical Core Reconstruction and Developments

since this is a huge series of projects, lets separate the tehran core from the rest of the projects
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Old November 16th, 2012, 04:34 AM   #8
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starting with sabzeh meydan

sabze meydan should be a massive glorious entry to maybe the most important place of the city (or at least was the most important)

over the years it was destroyed and now, the normal 70s buildings are being cleaned up and renovated! sad , because they must return it to how it originally was , not just cover up the current mess! its not ugly, its nice, but not good for such area, maybe good for a school or something in a newer area


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they have to make it strictly classical, like many of the older buildings hidden around the bazar, or on the style of baharestan, or old toopkhaneh

http://fouman.com/Y/Picture_Farsi-Te...are_Police.htm

something that can compete with places like piazza duomo, or plaza mayor or trafalgar square

right now its so poor , so un-grand
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Old November 16th, 2012, 04:41 AM   #9
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renovation on a building

notes: great thing they renovated it , the building is beautiful
this style should be the dominant style in the area

however, if u look closely u will see the renovations are very very poor, the material and craftsmanship, looks like a theatre set than a REAL building

the bottom must be cleared as well

anyway, the design is a good model
we need more offices like this, hotels, restaurants , shops, u can even add floors to make better use of space


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Old November 16th, 2012, 07:40 AM   #10
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Right next to the Arab Alley, there is a great falefel shop!
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[Tehran] Urban Redevelopment and Renovation

post news and pics from redevelopment projects of tehran here

(emam hossein square etc)
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thanks

some of the decorations are a bit , too much.... not ugly ,but , not correct rather

this place will ultimately make sense if the buildings around it are rebuilt
clear cut 4-5 storey shops/offices with good styles




its going to be amazing in a few years when the trees grow and when it looks all complete





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new renovated complex in behesht zahra, looks very nice
im putting these here because i think the renovation thread should be a bit more for historic renovations






i like the 70s azadi square style






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metal decorations , meaningless, they ruined the square imo


they are cute but i dont get this single strip of palm trees


i think these go hand in hand with the name emam hossein square, i think they are trying to make a karbala theme , this is tehran, we dont even have a tehran theme left in the city, then they copy......

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some nice works in region 15, they are cleaning the area up, proper tiles and sidwalks, proper fencing etc

i like the apartments in the back, good for mass housing, simple, natural colours


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jamaran neigborhood renovation
very good work, they are cleaning the areas up, these are integral to the beautiful "cute" old tehran, they are also making proper piping and underground wiring
very good




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redevelopments
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they overdue the murals and choose terrible nissan vanette type colours, but at least they are cleaning the areas up, colours and extra banners etc can always be removed
add a few more trees
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thanks for the pics man

love the Jamaran set
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