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گروه معماری موج نو با مدیریت لیدا الماسیان و شاهین حیدری در شهر زاهدان در جنوب شرق ایران و در منطقه ای با اقلیم گرم و خشک، یک بیمارستان مدرن و مجهز را طراحی کرده اند.

سایت در جهت شمال به جنوب است که در تضاد به جهت دسترسی مناسب به نور خورشید در این منطقه قرار گرفته است. این پروژه در فضایی با زیربنای کل 18000 متر مربع واقع شده است و دارای 100 تختخواب است.


بیمارستان دی، یک ساختمان 7 طبقه است و 2 طبقه نیز در زیرزمین طراحی شده است. زیرساخت های جامع پزشکی در 9 بخش تخصصی جانمایی شده است.

اتاق جراحی، بخش اورژانس، معاینه و درمان، بخش خدمات مرابقت از بیماران سرِپایی، بخش کودکان، کلینیک زنان و زایمان، بخش مغز و اعصاب، ارتوپدی، جراحی پلاستیک و چندین بخش تخصصی دیگر.





همچنین یک اتاق کنفرانس برای برگزاری کارگاه های تخصصی و آموزشی نیز طراحی شده است. این ساختمان از دو بلوک مجزا تشکیل شده است که از طریق چندین دهلیز به یکدیگر متصل می شود.





در این پروژه به جنبه های زیبایی شناسی بصری نیز توجه شده است و یک نمونه آن، نوار افقی برجسته بر روی نما و بازی نور و سایه بر روی دیوارهای خارجی است و اینگونه، گفتگویی ساده بین ساختمان و محیط زیست پیرامون آن ایجاد می شود. در طراحی داخلی این بیمارستان نیز از الگوهای زیبایی شناسی بصری برای ایجاد رفاه و آسایش ذهنی برای بیماران استفاده شده است.




در این ساختمان از سنگ تراورتن و شیشه در کنار یکدیگر استفاده شده است و این بیانگر وحدت و خلوص است که از کنارِ هم قراردادن دو فاکتور استحکام و شفافیت حاصل می شود.

source: http://memarinews.com/Pages/News-5838.html
 

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Absolutely brilliant. Love it even more because it's in Zahedan. The variety of architecture in the city is amazing and never disappoints. Thanks Ali.
 

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it lacks any of these basiji iranian islamic architecture thats why its good looking
zahedan is one of the citys where basiji culture has not spread
 

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any updates on this underdeveloped province?
It niggles. There is so much potential but the way it's portrayed is a big drawback with any potential investors. Government is frankly out of its depth in the way it handles the situation both socially and economically. So there seems to be an almost wholesale surrender to the security forces. I am totally aware of the forces in play here but the problem can be at least minimised by involving the minorities more in the overall governing structure. Why not a Beluchi minister or even president for example. Is there any prospect for this at all that you can detect?

The construction so far as I can tell from the few photos I have managed to find, is fairly robost ESP in Zahedan. I dislike government initiating projects but creating the environment for projects to be built by private sector is another matter and should be one of the primary goals of the border regions. Yes the area is so vast and sparsely populated that it can only absorb so many rural farmers before the farming suffers, but the present perception of total abandonment by the authorities is hardly helpful either.

At least that is my sense of things as they stand. I am hoping to be proven wrong here more than anything else.
 

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Very good news:

Health Services Improving in Sistan

Sixteen health centers were opened last week in Sistan-Baluchestan Province as a part of joint effort by the Health Ministry and Barekat Foundation.

The two sides have been working together to improve the quality of healthcare in the impoverished province.

“The greatest achievement of the joint effort is the reduction in malaria and thalassemia cases,” Ali Osat Hashemi, Sistan’s governor-general, was quoted by ISNA as saying

After their joint effort started in 2014, there has been an 80% drop in the number of new malaria cases and an 85% decline in the number of thalassemia cases.

Moreover, maternal mortality ratio has decreased by 32%, he added.

Barekat Foundation is dedicated to creating entrepreneurs, building schools and infrastructure in remote and underdeveloped regions. It is affiliated to the Setad, a special office for executing the decrees of Imam Khomeini in helping the poor and needy.
https://financialtribune.com/articles/people/69628/health-services-improving-in-sistan
 

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15 Eco-lodges to open in southeast Iran

TEHRAN – A total of 15 eco-lodges are about to open doors to travelers in Sistan-Baluchestan province, a booming yet untapped tourist destination in southeast Iran.

“Initial agreements for constructing 70 eco-lodges have been reached in the past. Now 15 of such natural tourist camps have been completed and are ready to render services,” CHTN quoted a provincial tourism official as saying on Monday.

“Many eco-tourists are interested in feeling the way villagers and nomads live, eating local dishes and food, roaming in nature and experiencing a simple yet intimate rural life,” Mojtaba Mirhosseini added.

Given the fact that 51 percent of Sistan-Baluchestan’s population live in villages and nomadic areas, the province has considerable potential in the field of ecotourism, a key element to speed up development, fuel economy, and empower native societies, the official explained.

During the first half of the current Iranian calendar year (started March 21), some 350,000 foreign travelers visited the province as it sees to become a tourist hub for both avid sightseers and history buffs.

Nationals from Italy, Austria, England, Germany, Hungary, and the Netherlands were amongst the inbound passengers though a majority of them came from the neighboring countries, Mirhosseini said earlier this month.

Traditions, rituals and culture of people in Sistan-Baluchestan make up another source of charm and remembrance for the travelers in addition to abundant historical attractions and natural sceneries that are scattered across the province, Mirhosseini added.

Sistan-Baluchestan has long been shunned by potential foreign travelers though it is home to several distinctive archaeological sites and natural attractions, including two UNESCO World Heritage sites, namely Shahr-e-Soukhteh (Burnt City) and Lut Desert, shared between it and Kerman Province.
http://www.tehrantimes.com/news/417935/15-Eco-lodges-to-open-in-southeast-Iran
 
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