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Old January 30th, 2017, 12:47 AM   #21
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Iran (use of traditional bricks and design themes/colors from the region)

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Afsharieh Villa. Fantastic residential project in Hasht Gerd.







The Architect is Artor Amirazadi. He is getting commissioned for a fair few villas. He does a great Frank Lloyd Wright homage.
Excellent detailing too.

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Laleh apartment building, tehran

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ساختمان مسکونی لاله اقدسیه طراحی و معماری شده توسط مهندسین مشاور زندیگان یکی ازپروژه های پر دتایل این مجموعه است که باهمکاری محمدرضا نیک بخت٬ شیرین صمدیان و علیرضا بختیاری انجام شده است .این پروژه در زمینی به مساحت ۱۰۸۱ مترمربع واقع در خیابان اندرزگو ساخته شده است. سطح اشغال این پروژه ۴۲۱۵ درصد در هر طبقه و به صورت برج باغ می باشد. این پروژه شامل ۴ طبقه زیرزمین٬ یک طبقه همکف ( یک لابی و یک واحد ساختمانی) و ۱۰ طبقه مسکونی می باشد. هر طبقه شامل ۲ واحد است.



























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Old January 30th, 2017, 01:07 AM   #23
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PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION



Name: Iran Center for Management Studies (ICMS)

Current position: Imam Sadegh University (ISU)

Location: Iranzamin street, Shahrak Gharb,Tehran

Architecture Firm: AFFA | Abdol Aziz Farman Farmaian & Associates

Lead Architect: Nader Ardalan (ICMS)

Design Team: Nader Ardalan,Yahya Fiuzi, Houshang Jahed, Ali Ramezani

Architect: Mr. Masloum (Commissioned by ISU for the completion of some classrooms and new dormitories)

Structure Engineer: Zareh Gregorian and Associates [Phase l]

Type: Education

Date: 1970 -1972

Site Area: 22400 sqm

Built Area: 7000 sqm

General Contractor Phase l: Shaygan Constrcution Co.

General Contractor Phase Il: Melli Construction Co.

Client: Iran Container

Photographers: Kamran Adle, Khosrow Bozorgi

















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PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION



Name: Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman

Location: Pajoohesh Sq.,Shahid Bahonar university, Kerman

Architecture Firm: Bonyan Consulting (BIR), Pirraz Consulting (AIR) [→]

Architects: Amir Nosrat Monaghah, Yousef Shariatzadeh, Mohsen Mirheydar, Y. Razzaghi, B. Farahvashi

Type: Education

Date: 1972 -1995

Inception of project: 1972

Start of construction: 1973

End of first phase: 1985

Start of second phase: 1985

Scheduled completion of fourth phase: 1995

Site Area: 300 Hec.

Ground floor (Phase I): 5,000 sq.m.

Total floor (Phase I): 16,500 sq.m.

Client: Ministry of Culture & Higher Education

First client: Alireza Afzalipoor

Consultant: M. Moghadam, Espandar (Higher Education Consultant)

Contractor: Jolgeh Co., Tehran

Photographers: Khosrow Bozorgi

Award: Nominated for The Agha khan award for Architecture, 1992






















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Old January 30th, 2017, 01:09 AM   #25
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Apartment No. 1

Location: Mahallat, Iran

Design: Architecture by Collective Terrain

http://www.archdaily.com/368321/apar...ctive-terrain/

















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house no.7 , near esfahan, iran
year: 2013
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خانه شماره
معمار: دفتر معماری آینه
موقعیت: نجف*آباد، اصفهان، ایران
تاریخ: 1391
مساحت: 552 مترمربع
وضعیت: ساخته*شده
کارفرما: مهدی صالحی، الهه ابراهیم
تیم پروژه: علی دهقانی، علی سلطانی، عاطفه کرباسی
جوایز: رتبه اول گروه مسکونی جایزه معمار 1391










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Old February 18th, 2017, 07:22 PM   #28
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I hope this qualifies as critical regionalism, since Guatemala doesn't have a pure style of architecture of its own. Everything here is either Mayan influenced or Spanish influenced. So basing on the following definition:
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The stylings of critical regionalism seek to provide an architecture rooted in the modern tradition, but tied to geographical and cultural context. Critical regionalism is not simply regionalism in the sense of vernacular architecture. It is a progressive approach to design that seeks to mediate between the global and the local languages of architecture.
I guess using the spanish colonial style with some modern characteristics and using exposed adobe bricks and wooden cantilevers (which is something that has become common in the past century here), as well as some things like central courtyards with porticos (something most old houses have here) would make it Critical Regionalism.

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Same case here:

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A cottage in Norway. Built in two steps - first one in 1986 and the later one in 2012.






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Very nice^
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I can't tell which one is the older one. I wonder, if these styles can be applied succesfully in highrises and skyscrapers. Most specifically I am referring to that kind of vernacular nordic style, or the colonial style of the houses I posted.
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I think it's definitely possible. But it would be expensive I'd imagine.
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Critical Regionalism is what new architecture should look like in times of vulgar internationalism



Not quite pure critical regionalism but clearly the right directon in Divčibare, Serbia:







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