Namakabrud Residential

Best Project of Residential Estate

About the project
In designing this project, we have tried to have the feeling of northern houses in the project, so by designing sloping structural elements and creating negative spaces, we designed it in such a way that in addition to being an element, it also plays a structural role and transfers the force of the terraces.
On the north side of the project we worked on terraces facing the sea with small pools and small gardens and trees. All terraces of the unit have privacy with green walls and ceilings and no unit has a view to the other unit.
On the roof top, we designed a roof garden. On the south side of the project, due to the employer not needing a terrace, we also worked with the same structural elements on the north side.
Due to the humid climate of the north, we designed the project with concrete and wood materials. We worked the structural elements of wood and the main material with exposed concrete to be completely compatible with the climate.

Namakabrud, Mazandaran, Iran

Project design year

Project website

Applicant and author of the project
Milad Eshtiyaghi was born 1994 in Tehran, Iran. After graduating from high school, he entered the Faculty of Architecture and received Master’s degree in sustainable Architecture at IUST (Iran University of Sciences and Technology). Milad Eshtiyaghi was designing in several architectural offices until he was able to create his own architectural office in 2016. He is currently designing architecture internationally. Milad follows the minimalist, green and sustainable architectural style.