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Golestan Apartment in Tehran, Iran by Razan Architects

Sunday, March 4th, 2018

Article source: Razan Architects

Golestan Residential Building is located in a wide dead end, with a maximum height of 20 meters close to a military area. The quiet atmosphere of the alley, which is due to its proper width and impassability, and also the green mass of the tree in the courtyard, led us to pay special attention to the main pavement of the project, and use this potential for Improve the quality of indoor spaces and make communication with the yard and the city. In this regard, the role of the terraces as the spaces of this communication becomes more remarkable.

Image Courtesy © Razan Architects

  • Architects: Razan Architects
  • Project: Golestan Apartment
  • Location: Tehran, Iran


Safadasht Dual in Tehran, Iran by nextoffice

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Article source: nextoffice

Having always been a controversial issue, generation gap has widened even further today. This gap along with other cultural and social gaps have led to the belief that living in Iran is the coexistence of diverse or even contradictory lifestyles which create a heterogeneous society.

Image Courtesy © Parham Taghioff

  • Architects: nextoffice
  • Project: Safadasht Dual
  • Location: Kushk garden town, Safadasht district, towards andisheh 3way, 16th km of Karaj road, Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Parham Taghioff, Hamoon Moghaddam, Deed Studio, Majid Jahangiri
  • Model: Sajjad Hosseini
  • Area: 1025 sqm
  • Runtime: 2014 – 2016


Cube Club in Tehran, Iran by On Office

Friday, November 10th, 2017

Article source: On Office 

Tochal is a recreational place in Tehran that had remarkable development plan in recent years, thus the design of Cube Club was offered to us.

In this project we encountered with many challenges such as special design terms, client visions, financial and time constraints and special requirements of construction, after the mentioned items, opportunities and constraints becomes the main influential factors in design process.

Image Courtesy © Hamidreza Khansari and Zahra Behbahani

  • Architects: On Office (Roozbeh Ghaemmaghami, Mehrad Habibi, Sahar Zargar, Gilava Roohipour, Zeinab Abedi, Saba Taghizadeh, Saeed Kabiri)
  • Project: Cube Club
  • Location: Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Hamidreza Khansari and Zahra Behbahani
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max, SketchUp, Photoshop
  • Client: Sourena Naghikhani
  • Civil Engineer: Behrooz Mirmiran
  • Construcation Company: ATTP (Plateaux)
  • Executive Manager: Mojtaba Tootoonchian
  • Area: 1200 m2
  • Year: 2017


APARAT Headquarters in Tehran, Iran by QASTIC LAB

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Article source: QASTIC LAB

Conceptual Gap

The idea of constructing a building within a building is explored by expanding the gap between corridors and offices. Similar to how the coastline connects land and sea, a gap between corridor and office is where Qastic’s design exploration emerged.  By exploring and expanding this gap, the design and construction of bridges, double height voids, planters, and collaborative voids brought dynamic double height effect to Aparat’s space. As a result of the transparency created by the voids, conversations between employees on upper and lower floors happen at a greater efficiency during the work hours. The glass walls provide opportunities for all 75 work stations to take advantage of natural light and circulation across the entire 600 Sqm2 two story space.

Image Courtesy © Deed studio

  • Architects: QASTIC LAB
  • Project: APARAT Headquarters
  • Location: Modarres Blvd, Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Deed studio
  • Client: Aparat Video Sharing Services
  • Design Team: Mahdi Alibakhshian, Reza Zia, Alireza Shakouri, Maryam Laleh, Amirali Alibakhshian, Connor Van Cleave, Ali Sasanian, Soroush Sasanian
  • Project Local Design Coordinator & Contractor: Alireza Shakouri Moghadam


Ham Saye Apartment (The Neighbor) in Tehran, Iran by Razan Architects

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: Razan Architects

Based on the urban situation, people’s lifestyle and revitalizing the concept of reconciling human and nature, the architect tried to create a pattern within which all the expectations fit. “The building is called The Neighbor in order to be neighboring to the shading tree in the yard. We want it to be arisen from the nature and to describe architecture as a living paradigm.” -Said the architect. One of the remarkable specifications of the project is using recycled materials in order to lower the budget. The white façade is a product of combining cement and recycled stone. “We tried to bring the architecture into the homes of ones who had forgotten the “Quality” because of its high cost.” -Said the architect. Characteristics that describe the essence of design: Communication: The interior communal spaces provide the opportunity for the residents to easily communicate. The yard has short walls so the neighbors can let themselves inside, rest under the shade of the tree and have a friendly chat. Diversity: Order is nature’s quiddity. Architect looks for creation of inner order based on diversity as well as harmony. Reducing repetitive elements and using a modular design system resulted in a variety of different apartments, both in the structure of the plan and the exterior façade. Originality: Everything seems original here. All the spaces are designed based on a function. Being a home: The units get enough amount of daylight. Terraces are like private little gardens that have a great view to the city.

Image Courtesy © Razan Architects

  • Architects: Razan Architects
  • Project: Ham Saye Apartment (The Neighbor)
  • Location: Tehran, Iran


Chooji Restaurant in Tehran, Iran by Admun studio

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Article source: Admun studio 

Due to the increase in capital in Tehran (the capital of Iran), most interior projects are a product of demolition of the existing buildings and their replacement with a brand new design which has caused negative impacts on the environment, during the past years. On the other hand, the considered location for this project was rented for a limited time, therefore, minimizing the negative effects of demolition through keeping the existing walls, choosing wood and iron as the materials with the potential to return to the life cycle, designing details capable of being easily assembled and disassembled with the potential to be repeated in the future branches to avoid budget and recourse waste are considered the main issues in interior design of this restaurant.

Image Courtesy © Parham Taghioff

  • Architects: Admun studio
  • Project: Chooji Restaurant
  • Location: Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Parham Taghioff and Mehdi Kolahi
  • Client: Esmaeel Heidari
  • Lead Architects: Shobeir Mousavi, Amirreza Fazel, Mehdi Kolahi
  • Design team: Masoud Almasi, Zohreh Baghejari, Niusha Ghasem, Ramtin Haghnazar, Marjan Rafighi, Bita Latifi, Roshanak Fathi
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 200 square meters
  • Completion Year: 2016


White Gallery in Tehran, Iran by [SHIFT] Process Practice

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Article source: [SHIFT] Process Practice 

The White Gallery is an architectural exercise in realigning the potentials and limitations of “in-fill” typology when it comes to creating a performative space for exhibition of art work.

The explicit and deliberate difference, in both figuration and configuration of the interior and exterior of the project, highlights the challenges to be faced in juxtaposition of the duo of typology and program.

Image Courtesy © Ali Daghigh

  • Architects: [SHIFT] Process Practice (Rambod Eilkhani and Nashid Nabian)
  • Project: White Gallery
  • Location: Mahmoudieh, Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Ali Daghigh
  • Client: Farid Akhavi
  • Project Manager: Nazanin Javaheri
  • Presentation & Graphic Associates: Naghmeh Asadbeigi, Mahta Aminali, Mohammad Hasan Tavangar, Amir Fallahi
  • Physical Model Associate:  Shervin Daneshi, Momen Faghihi
  • Construction: [SHIFT] Process Practice
  • Construction Associate: Homayoun Homavandi
  • Steel Works Engineering: Hesamodin Raoufpanah
  • Structural Consultant: Pedram Mosahebi Mohammadi (Sarvin Structural Consultants)


ANDARZGOO RESIDENTIAL BUILDING in Tehran, Iran by Ayeneh office

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Article source: Ayeneh office

The Andarzgoo Residential Building was built in five units ,each one with three bedrooms, on a land with the area of 215 m2. The ground floor included parking area, yard and the entrance while storage rooms, mechanical room, and gym were placed on the basement.

Image Courtesy © Farshid Nasrabadi

  • Architects: Ayeneh office
  • Location: Tehran- Iran
  • Photography: Farshid Nasrabadi
  • Graphics: Ali Karbasi
  • Architect in Charge: Ali Dehghani & Ali Soltani & Atefeh Karbasi
  • Built area: 1136 sqm
  • Project year: 2015


White Office Building in Tehran, Iran by BNS Studio

Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Article source: BNS Studio 

The project is located at one of the busiest street in shahrak-e-gharb, Tehran. Its total area is 1500 sqm. The office complex comprises five levels of open office floors and one double height retail store at street level.

Image Courtesy © Farshad Kazerooni and Azin Soltani

Image Courtesy © Farshad Kazerooni and Azin Soltani

  • Architects: BNS Studio
  • Project: White Office Building
  • Location: Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Farshad Kazerooni and Azin Soltani
  • Software used: Revit
  • Author Architects: Farshad Kazerooni, Farnaz Bakhshi, Azin Soltani
  • Design Associates: Mahta Heydari, Ali Kashtiara, Hadi Sharifzadeh, Nioosha Rashidi, Zoha Nekouian, Shabnam Abtahi
  • Detailed design consultant: Naser Naghdi, Mansour Naghdi
  • Façade Contractor: Alma aluminum industry
  • Area: 1500 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2015


Khazar Residential Building in Tehran, Iran by S-A-L Design Studio

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Article source: S-A-L Design Studio

Project’s site is located in one of North Tehran vicinities which comprises of condensed cluster buildings and narrow alleys. Therefore, approximately an amount of 48 sq. m. of the total land area of 350 sq. m. was neglected by the municipality code in order to widen the alley. In addition to the client’s required physical program, this issue led the building to be extremely compressed, as well as parking lots to be hard to design and the mass of building to be solid for shaping.

Image Courtesy © Saeed Pirasteh

Image Courtesy © Saeed Pirasteh

  • Architects: S-A-L Design Studio
  • Project: Khazar Residential Building
  • Location: Tehran, Iran
  • Photography: Saeed Pirasteh
  • Architect in Charge: Behrad Tondravi
  • Design Team: Siamak Khaksar, Hiva Farajpour Bakhtiari, Faranak Foroughi, Soheil Ghasemi, Alireza Fazeli, Nilufar Moosavi, Nahid Malayeri, Farshid  Moosavi
  • Area: 1900 m2
  • Project Year: 2015


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