EUNOIA: Recovery Camp

Best Project of Building or Facility by Student

About the project (provided by the applicant)
With the advancement of technology, communication, and societal and cultural shifts, the pace of modern urban life is accelerating more than ever before and the daily need for modern individuals to adapt to these conditions has led to a stressful daily life. This constant effort to adjust to societal conditions and pressures can lead to reduced social connections and self-awareness. Recognizing this importance, the author was inspired to create a space as a recovery camp that offers an opportunity for psychological and social improvement in a supportive environment.
«EUNOIA» is a retreat that people visit to break away from the routine of daily life, providing a space for rest, meditation, and mental improvement. Set in the pristine nature of Zidasht village with a spectacular view of the Taleqan Dam, this space offers a respite from city life and a chance to reflect and rejuvenate over a few days.

Zidasht Village, Taleqan County, Alborz province, Iran

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Melika Heidari, 22 years old, graduated with a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering from the College of Fine Arts at the University of Tehran, Iran, in February 2024.

Author of the project
Melika Heidari

Status of the project
Conceptual design

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