Golzar Apartment

Best Implemented Project of Residential Estate

About the project
The project owes much to the idealistic movement that seeks to return to the simplistic principles of residential architecture. Also the hustle and bustle of a metropolis like Tehran is enough for us to avoid the complexity in design, forcing the design into a site-adapted limited material palette.
One of the most important motives of this site is that it has a garden, full of various beautiful trees. This led us to turn the view of all the bedrooms to this natural landscape. On the other hand, providing a wide view of the high mountains of Tehran for the living area.
The building consists of ten residential floors with two units on each and three basements, providing parking and subsidiary spaces. The idea of the facade design is derived from the combination of curved lines and rectangular surfaces and using plaster wrapping around the building and changing as it goes higher. This vertical changes in the facade led to the formation of useful terraces in different situations.

Tehran, Iran

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Applicant and authors of the project
Atizist Consulting Engineers.
Architects: Ehsan Maleki & Yekta Afarin

Other participants
Executive plans: Niloufar Tafazoli, Hassan Abedi
Client: Hosseini Rad Construction Company
Thermowood Facade: Pars Aray Koohestan
Photography: Atizist Documentation Department