Haghani Commercial Complex – Tehran, Iran

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Haghani Commercial Complex, Tehran, Iran : Building Information

Contemporary Iranian Project – design by Daneshgar Architects

9 Aug 2010

Haghani Commercial Complex, Tehran

Iran

Design: Daneshgar Architects

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Haghani Commercial Complex Tehran, Iran – Building Information

Type: Public Development
Location: Tehran, Iran
Client: Private
Architect: Armin Daneshgar

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Daneshgar Architects is an architectural practice led by Dr. Armin Daneshgar with its central office based in Vienna, Austria.

Key building projects by this architecture practice include the Iranian Embassy Building, London, England, UK and the General Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Munich, Germany.

Daneshgar Architects


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Daneshgar Architects – Recent Design

Iranian Embassy Building, London, UK
Iranian Embassy London
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Iranian Embassy Building, London

Iran Office Buildings

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Paykar bonyan panel factory, Parand industrial city, northwest Iran
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The Ramp House, Astalak, Tehran
A project by Jastudio and Afshin Farzin
Ramp House Tehran
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Ramp House Tehran




The art of Iran encompasses many disciplines, including architecture, stonemasonry, metalworking, weaving, pottery, painting, and calligraphy. Iranian works of art show a great variety in style, in different regions and periods. The art of the Medes remains obscure, but has been theoretically attributed to the Scythian style. The Achaemenids borrowed heavily from the art of their neighboring civilizations, but produced a synthesis of a unique style, with an eclectic architecture remaining at sites such as Persepolis and Pasargadae. Greek iconography was imported by the Seleucids, followed by the recombination of Hellenistic and earlier Near Eastern elements in the art of the Parthians, with remains such as the Temple of Anahita and the Statue of the Parthian Nobleman.

Daneshgar Architects – Key Project

General Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Munich, Germany
General Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Iran Munich
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Tehran Design Competition

Dubai Architecture

Saudi Arabian Buildings

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