Lotus Amphitheater

Best Project of Public Building or Facility

About the project
The concept for the Lotus Amphitheater draws inspiration from the architectural style of the Safavid era in Iran. Incorporating the intricate wall patterns and light panels reminiscent of Safavid architecture, the seating is arranged on various levels to craft an artistic ambiance within the hall. At the heart of the amphitheater, a central opening allows for the utilization of natural light via a solar tunnel. The external design takes cues from the lotus motif prevalent in Achaemenid period designs. Through a blend of light, music, and form, audiences are immersed in an experiential journey reflecting the pinnacle of Iranian architectural heritage.


Project design year

Peyman Kiani Falavarjani, Parisa Biriya, Nima Bavardi

Author of the project
Peyman Kiani Falavarjani, Parisa Biriya, Nima Bavardi

Status of the project
Conceptual design