Kandesar Villa

Best Project of Private Residence

About the project
The project is situated at the edge of a village, at the end of a dead end, and in close proximity to trilateral paddies, making the site location the dominant consideration among other factors and design process operatives. To the extent of the surrounding greenery, the building is in fact one of the last signs of the inhabitants.
As the concept — the described frontier of an inhabited land with green fields — has penetrated into the body of the house and divided it into two pieces. The white piece is the representative of the village on the site and the green piece is the continuation of the paddies.
While a dead-end Alley is interpreted as a pathway leading to nothing but a solid wall in cities, it is seen as a gateway to the ultimate green heaven in our context.
This poetic experience of northern pathways is enough to ponder the meaning of “Dead End”.

Talesh, Kandesar seashore, Iran

Project design year

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Applicant and author of the project
Negin Mousavi 

Other participants
Interior: Mona Afrazi | CG Artist: Forough Seyyedi | Motion: Nadia Eskandari | Executor : Mohamad Mohamadpanah | Structure: Mashi Omidi | MEP: Iraj Larifi | Mechanical: Salar Mohamadpanah

Status of the project
Under construction