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Shali shop 01

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 02

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 03

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 04

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 05

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 06

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 07

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 08

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 09

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 10

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 11

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 12

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 13

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 14

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

Shali shop 15

Conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center

In this project of conversion of an old workshop to a shopping center, the design concept is about wrapping. The bright colored material wraps around the old building without negating its basic formal and structural characteristics. The facade is like an elegant night gown, showing off the exotic curvature of the body, hidden behind it. A sexy tailor-cut dress, though, not too tight that leaves some to the imagination of the observer.  One feels the burning urge to tear the whole thing apart just to find out what is beneath this flashy cover.  The wrap tears apart at points to let the openings and cut-through take shape. Yet, the design is not just about introducing a colorful, eye catching project, which differs the existing fabric with its architectural form to attract the prospective customers. It is the start of an architectural movement at a regional scale. From the designers’ point of view, it is a design statement, which hopefully, will set the guidelines for renovation and conversion of the aging commercial fabric in the adjacent properties. This is about introducing new design culture for the forth-coming revitalization projects of the region, which can be implemented as a prototype for any commercial strip along the arterial roads, passing by or through marginal small cities in the area north of Iran which serves as a national resort and tourist attraction. It is about finding ways to actualize architectural concepts despite the limitations that are imposed because of the financial constraints and technical and technological deficiencies. Financial and technical feasibility were two major concerns trough out both schematic and construction phase. One aspects of the project that is worth pointing out is the fact that the construction teams, involved in the site work were not professional well-trained technicians and as a result communicating the design concepts and construction details with the working teams was an everlasting challenge for the design team.

 

PROJECT FACTS

TYPE: Commercial

LOCATION: Amol, Iran

PROJECT COMPLETION: 2007

CLIENT: Private Sector

SITE AREA: 2500 sqm

PROJECT AREA: 2500 sqm

STATUES: Completed

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Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings. It doesn’t have a view to the street and it is not seen by passersby. It is a project with no prominent façade, and therefore insignificant for most architects.Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings.
Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings. It doesn’t have a view to the street and it is not seen by passersby. It is a project with no prominent façade, and therefore insignificant for most architects.Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings.
Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings. It doesn’t have a view to the street and it is not seen by passersby. It is a project with no prominent façade, and therefore insignificant for most architects.Over the last 2 decades architecture in Tehran has experienced absurd transformations. Lack of profitability of industries on one hand and imposed sanctions on the other hand have exacerbated an already soaring real-estate market in the capital.
Having identified their properties as a promising investment zones, land owners with lots as small as 200 sq.m (the city’s smallest size parcels) have demolished their single family houses and developed them into four and five storey middle class apartments. As a result, the city is now faced with agrowing number of infill projects whose aesthetic challenges are generally reduced to envelope design.
In this particular project, the site is located at the end of a dead-end alley and is surrounded by other buildings.

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