Best Implemented Project of Residential Estate
About the project
In recent years, Iranian residential architecture has been offered as investment assets that on one hand, project appearance has become an ornamental object which has no identity and on the other hand, come from itself is incapable of creating organized and efficient spaces. The capital market tries to Benefit from the maximum area and use all of the spatial potential. So by denying any simplicity and inclination to extremism, offers it at the highest price.
The design of the Toranj project was entrusted to our studio, which was once approved with a neoclassical design and its ground floor was also executed. This was an opportunity to reconsideration the project and find a new identity based on modern architectural standards inspired by the local architecture of the region. This opportunity faced many design challenges, the most important challenge was the change in the dominant aesthetics, from neoclassical kitsch (junky art) to modern art.
Salman Shahr, Mazandaran Province, Iran
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Applicant and author of the project
Saeed Shenakhteh is an Iranian architect. His portfolio includes product design, interior design, and redevelopment. His main field of study involves design processes and problem-solving techniques. He began his own practice in architecture 10 years ago. From 2006 to now, apart from his own practice in architecture, he works in his graphic design office. Also, he collaborated with other offices as a 3d artist. In 2021, he co-founded Shenakhteh studio in Tehran.