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Name: Mosha House

Location: vicinity of north side of Tehran in domains of Alborz mountains

Architecture Firm: New Wave Architecture [→]

Architect in Charge: Lida almassian,Shahin heidari

Associate architect: Maryam Amanpour

Design Team: sheida Ghotbi, Soheila Zahedi,Ilnaz Ashayeri,Elnaz Shokravi,Fatemeh Honarbakhsh

Date: 2016

Gross floor area: 260 sqm

Type: Residential

Structural designer: Yaghoub Abedpour

Client: Yaghoub Abedpour

Photographer: Parham Taghiof







http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/966-mosha-house.html
 

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Name: White heart fast food

Location: Isfahan, Iran

Architects in Charge: Sepideh Sanaie, Amin Ghasemi

Date: 2015-2016

Site Area: 60 sqm

Built Area: 50 sqm

Type: Restaurant, Interior Design

Executive Manager & Supervisor: Amin Ghasemi

3D: Sepideh Sanaie,Bahador Fallahian

Client: Mohamad Kholdi Nasab

Photographer: Ali Eftekhari

Budget: 23,000 USD



http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/994-white-heart-fast-food.html
 

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Name: Bahar House
Location: Najafabad, Isfahan
Architecture Firm: Ayeneh Office
Architects in Charge: Ali Dehghani, Ali Soltani, Atefeh Karbasi
Date: 2015

Built Area: 340 sqm

Type: Residential

Graphic: Mahla Ebrahimpour, Ali Karbasi

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi | Azar Architectural Photography [→]

Client: Mohammad Reza Bagherzadeh






http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/942-bahar-house.html
 

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Gorgeous little holiday home in the mountains by a cool company RooyDaad Architects.
Its minimalist but so nicely designed, it is a landmark already in my books..

It pays homage to Le Corbusier's fantastic gem Maison Domino. Le Corbusier is known for his modern office block that turned into a 60s monstrosity we see in every city east or west. For that we need to thank the cost-cutting copiers that followed.

His notion of mixing modern no fuss design with natural light and greenery sounds simple. When designers get it right, design turns into art.

This one contrasts the ultra-modern monochrome house with the lush setting of Albors mountains. And the result is a huge success. These guys are good. Zahra Armand and Mostafa Omidbakhsh started the firm in Tehran quite recently. They mean business.











I really love the way design and architecture in particular is going in Iran. The details are key.

more info and pix here:
http://www.dezeen.com/2016/09/11/rooydaad-architects-holiday-home-west-zavat-iran-monochrome-le-corbusier-dom-ino-model/
 

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Just came across a really interesting theses by Azadi University Architecture and Town Planning Depts. Its for a energy neutral sustainable satellite town in Iran. It also talks about many factors that need to be considered in the design. Its called Kuhsar City, I assume they had north Tehran in mind but it can get adapted to fit most cities. I assume its probably part of the UN sustainable development initiative.

Its a PDF file so can't post any pictures unfortunately. But it is a really thorough, but realistic proposal, well worth a look if only to get a better idea of why and how the construction industry does what it does, even though to most of us it seems odd. Well more like WTF really in most cases.


https://zenodo.org/record/60985/files/ETASR_2016_08_1080-1083.pdf
 

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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.

http://archline.ir
 

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a great compilation of contemporary facades from iran:
http://archline.ir/۱۰۰-نمای-ساختمان-طراحی-شده-توسط-معمارا/

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معماری و طراحی داخلی ویلای پورگان

معمار: محمدرضا قدوسی ، حسین هجرتی

پورکان / ۱۳۹۳
کارفرما : مژده قدوسی، علی علوی کامران







http://archline.ir/معماری-و-طراحی-داخلی-ویلای-پورگان_-گروه/
 

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Amazing building in Tehran called 40 knots.

Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2014-2016 Cycle (Shortlisted Project # 18): 40 Knots House, Tehran, Iran



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It won the best use of materials in renewables and sustainability. The design is based on carpet weaving and incorporates a insulation screen as a organic skin. The site gives all the details. The design is by Habibeh Madjdabadi, Alireza Mashhadi Mirza.

Iran got 3 in total. One for restoration work on Manuchehri House, Kashan and another gong for Tabiat Bridge. Araghian's Tabiat has picked up 5 international awards so far. Good for her. She is a real genius.
 

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Nikbakht house Niavaran is so cool. Love the trees inside the atrium blending into the whole structure. So Niavaran!!



Architects built the block around the trees to avoid destroying them That is someone with a conscience as well as bags of style. Big hurrah for Mr. Nikbacht the architect.



Article in Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/sep/27/tehran-iran-bold-architecture
 

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Name: The White Gallery

Location: No.22, west Khordad st., Mahmoudieh, Tehran, Iran

Architecture Firm: [Shift] Process Practice (Nashid Nabian, Rambod Eilkhani) [→]

Architects: Rambod Eilkhani, Nashid Nabian, Ehsan Karimi, Parnian Ghaemi, Dorna Mesrzadeh

Date: 2014-2016

Site Area: 165 sqm

Built Area: 726 sqm

Type: Cultural

Structural Consultant: Pedram Mosahebi Mohammadi (Sarvin Structural Consultants)

Steel work engineering: Hesam'o'din Raoufpanah

Mechanical: Soleyman Hadi, Reza Nazari

Electrical: Vahid Ghasemi, Reza Nazari

BMS Consultant: Hooshmand Ava Co.

Project Manager: Nazanin Javaheri

Construction: [Shift] Process Practice

Construction Associate: Homayoun Homavandi

Physical Model Associate: Shervin Daneshi, Momen Faghihi

Presentation & Graphic: Naghmeh Asadbeigi, Mohammad Hasan Tavangar, Amir Fallahi

Client: Farid Akhavi

Photographer: Ali Daghigh

Award: 1st place in Memar Award, in the section of Public building category, 2016

Budget: N/A
http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/1020-white-gallery.html











 

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Name: Riwas Restaurant

Location: Chamran Highway, Alef Ave., Tehran, Iran

Architecture Firm: Persian Garden Studio [→]

Architect in Charge: Mahsa Majidi

Design Team: Mahsa Majidi, Anousheh Ahmadi, Pantea Parhami

Date: Jul - Nov 2015

Site Area: 128 sqm

Built Area: 470 sqm

Type: Restaurant

Civil engineering: Mehdi MirKhosravi

Mechanical: Mohsen Tahayori – Monaco.

Electrical: Mohsen Tahayori

Construction & Supervisor: Persian Garden Studio

Photographer: Afshin GhaderPanah

Client: Private

Award: Finalist in Memar Award, in the section of Renovation category, 2016

Budget: N/A



Riwas Restaurant Located on the corner of two main streets, Chamran Highway & Alef Street. with an inimitable view from a main highway, Riwas restaurant has a flagship location which led the owner to renovate the previous fast food to an urban eatery. The place was a 100 year old building, used as a commercial and residential space and was transformed into a fast food later.

Riwas Restaurant Located on the corner of two main streets, Chamran Highway & Alef Street. with an inimitable view from a main highway, Riwas restaurant has a flagship location which led the owner to renovate the previous fast food to an urban eatery. The place was a 100 year old building, used as a commercial and residential space and was transformed into a fast food later.

The client was keen on creating a distinctive building by the main road of Chamran Highway in order to catch the attention of pedestrian and people who pass by in a car. Therefore we decided to transform the façade of the building into a large scale urban billboard. In order to achieve this goal, based on the location of the building, at first the second floor volume was rotated towards the highway. In the next step, first and second floor façades was replaced by glazing so the interior and exterior boarders are minimized. By making this connection between interior and exterior users feel connected to the urban life happening outside and the pedestrians sense the interior vibe of the restaurant.
http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/1014-riwas-restaurant.html




















 

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Name: Charsou bazar

Location: Jomhouri & Hafez Ave. intersection, Tehran, Iran

Architecture Firm: Bonsar Architects [→]

Architect in charge: Mohammad Majidi

Design Team: Ava Dehghani, Nima Dehghani, Mehran Haghbin, Mahdi Kambouzia Shahram Khosravi, Sima Saadat , Mehrnoush Safdari Anahita Tabrizi, Houman Tahamtan, AmirAli Tafazoli, Semiramis Ghorbani, Naser Naghdi

Date: 2012-2015

Site Area: 5574 sqm

Ground Floor Area: 4112 sqm

Built Area: 67150 sqm

Type: Commercial

Structure: Jalaledin Sajadian

Electrical: Azmayesh & Associates

Mechanical: Peyman Faghihi

Construction: Henza Co.

Supervisor: Bonsar Architects - Mehdi Mirkhosravi

Contractor: Henza Co.

Structure Contractor: Roof Truss

Facade Patterned Surface: Arvin Uzman

3D: Mohammad Ashkbarsefat

Model: Sima Saadat - Mehrnoush Safdari

Graphic: Studio Shizaru

Model: Sima Saadat - Mehrnoush Safdari

Client: Omid Nik Kish (ONK)

Photographers: Ali Daghigh, Deed Studio

Awards: 3rd place in Memar Award in the section of Public buildings category, 2016

Budget: N/A





Knowing the potential opportunities in city center, design a vibrant, different and fun Bazaar a place for cultural and outgoing activities became the main design strategy for Charsou. The design process was faced with two important questions: 1.How to combine cultural spaces with a shopping mall and to bring the urbanic feel into the project with specific marketing goals. 2. How to build a relationship between Charsou and its surroundings knowing the shear size of the lot and the density of downtown area buildings.

The three different functions of the project have been translated into exterior as well. in response to the adjacent intersection The bottom block was rotated so that the inset can open up the space for pedestrians to stop and glance. Where the main entrance is located. The middle layer facing the Hafez bridge has grabbed the bridges angle to match its rotation and so in relation with the urban surroundings the top block was made transparent to display an inner view of those floors.
http://caoi.ir/en/projects/item/1035-charsou-bazzar.html























 

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Iranian architects have come up with a radical design for public buildings in arid rural areas of Iran to combat water wastage.

It looks odd but the science is sound. This is a school in Jiroft area.

Here is a little detail:
They came up with a double-layered roof featuring undulations and huge bowls designed to collect rainwater. The studio estimates its Concave Roof system could help the school collect up to 28 cubic meters of rainwater.

"The outer shell provides additional shade for the domed roof while letting the air freely move and cool both roofs off," explained the architects.

''The inner shell itself is slightly domed as only a section of a domed roof receives solar radiation directly at any time.''

But remember the water will form on the bottom of the bowl-like feature not inside it!! The shape and material also encourage condensation. So the droplets get collected at its base and funneled into a storage area inside the structure. Its quite clever.

I quite like the science fiction /traditional construction materials combo here. The colours are very sober and pleasing and a few of these collectors will make life much more bearable for framers without having to tap into the much depleted aquifer reserves.




full report here:

http://www.constructionweekonline.com/article-42468-iranian-architects-design-roof-to-conserve-water/
 

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They could have just had the water that collected on the regular flat roofs or any other shape roof or yard or whatever drain into a collection reservoir. This doesn't seem too practical.

As far as keeping the roofs cool, their are much easier and cheaper ways of doing that, like reflective surface, using a layer of insulation or even solar panels.

I also wonder how well these bowls will stand up to high winds. The engineering to keep them in place will require reinforcements trough the entire structure down to the foundation.

Not to mention, they're ugly.
 
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