Entrance Gate for The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, building design by Habibeh Madjdabadi Architects: five well-known Iranian architects were asked to design a monumental entrance gate for their building in Tehran.
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Wide windows embrace beautiful natural scenes and illustrate time passing from sunrise to the sunset in this design by New Wave Architecture. Building facades are covered with rock-shaped ‘crusts’ inspired by sharp edge stone around the site.
Designed by Fatemeh Yazdandoust the Red Crescent Organization Building will provide accommodation for public use such as museum, gallery, gift shop, and auditorium etc.
Integrated retail & accommodation center-cum-fuel station design by Habibeh Madjdabadi Architects located in heart of arid and hot region of Iranian plateau. Nozzle-shape skylights recall traditional bazaars.
This school project, by Arezou Zaredar, is located in an area with convenient access to the major highways. Hence, the project is easily accessible for people with all kind of disabilities in Tehran.
This project by Pi architects is based in a residential building in Mashhad whose construction dates back to approximately twenty years ago. The building has two residential floors and a basement where a jacuzzi, a pool and a sauna are located.
Design: RMJM Arta Tehran
Appointment by the Cultural Institute of Bonyad Museum as architectural consultant for this building. It will be the first project in Iran for this global architecture office.
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Architects: Maziyar Jafarieh
The concept stems from paternity house with wide windows and green picturesque garden which was a placid place for the family: the desire was to create an ‘iconic’ building.
Design: RYRA Studio, architects
Shemshak is the second largest ski area in Iran, about 55 minutes drive from Tehran. This project on a mountain was a demonstration one to investigate the interface between nature and architecture.
Architect: Diba Tensile Architecture / Leila Araghian, Alireza Behzadi
Infrastructure connecting two parks across a highway. A 270m-long curved pedestrian bridge, a complex steel structure featuring a dynamic 3D truss with two continuous deck levels that sits on three tree shape columns.
Architects: BNS Studio
The White Office Building is located at one of the busiest street in shahrak-e-gharb, Tehran. The office complex comprises five levels of open office floors and one double height retail store at street level.
Architects: BNS Studio
Shams Monument was designed in form of a Garden-Tomb, which provide possibilities for visitors to leisurely walk around the tomb and the historical site to learn about Shams and Persian poetry.