- DATE: 2023
- CLIENT: MR. Firoozi
- LOCATION: TEHRAN, IRAN
- AREA: 1.900 M²
- CATEGORY: RESIDENTIAL
- STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION
The Sadeh Project is a residential building consisting of two units across five stories, covering an approximate surface area of 1900 square meters. The primary obstacle encountered during the project was the limited width of the building’s facade. However, despite this challenge, we successfully devised a design approach that not only harmonized with the building’s aesthetics but also resulted in the creation of terraces.
Our design solution addressed the fullness and emptiness of the building’s volume, effectively integrating terraces into the overall view. To achieve a cohesive visual experience, we extended the lines of the main facade to the adjacent side facade. Although regional regulations constrained us from designing beyond the permitted limit, this approach ensured the continuity of the sense of fullness and emptiness throughout the building. Consequently, the terraces are exclusively present on the main facade, while the overall concept is still perceptible from all perspectives.
Another notable aspect of the project’s design was the deliberate choice of brick as the primary construction material. While the implementation technique using bricks may be straightforward, the inherent form of the building grants it a distinctive appearance. This selection of brick material adds character and visual interest to the structure, enhancing its overall aesthetic appeal.
Principal Architect: Shahrooz Zomorrodi
Design Lead Architect: Payam Alrahman
Design Team: Alireza Mohit, Hamed Noorian
Visualization: Ali Moravej