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About the project
This project located between two public gardens. In order to link two gardens, the whole project was designed as a connective vertical garden, which has been drawn its design inspiration from Persian gardens, especially Baghe Takht in Shiraz. The mentioned garden was a vertical one laid out on multiple terraces, and in much the same shape and form as Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The wooden surface has a special pattern design inspired by the growth of plants leaves, metaphorically the cedar.This has tried to revive the missing architecture of hanging gardens in a modern style. This way, a different dynamism of building is seen all over the construction. The facade can be reshaped continuously therefore; the visitor will face a new shape of the building. This is a type of design for a modern lifestyle, but it is conscious of Iranian identity. Dynamic wooden lattice is so flexible that can be opened or closed by users to adjust privacy. Moreover, the play of sunlight during sunrise.
32 Goldan Alley / Jordan street, Tehran, Iran
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Applicant and authors of the project
Award-winning Iranian international studio, was established in 2009 by two architect brothers Nima Keivani and Sina Keivani. The projects done by this studio are in different architectural spheres. Keivani Architects has already designed and implemented many architectural projects around the world. In addition, their projects were exhibited in architecture and design exhibitions such as the Design Museum of Como in Italy 2020, and in Tokyo contemporary museum.
Architects Nima Keivani and Sina Keivani