Zeeen II Showroom 11 Zeeen II Showroom 11 Zeeen II Showroom 12 Zeeen II Showroom 12 Zeeen II Showroom 13 Zeeen II Showroom 13 Zeeen II Showroom 14 Zeeen II Showroom 14 Zeeen II Showroom 15 Zeeen II Showroom 15 Zeeen II Showroom 16 Zeeen II Showroom 16 Zeeen II Showroom 17 Zeeen II Showroom 17 Zeeen II Showroom 18 Zeeen II Showroom 18 Zeeen II Showroom 19 Zeeen II Showroom 19 Zeeen II Showroom 20 Zeeen II Showroom 20 Zeeen II Showroom 21 Zeeen II Showroom 21 Zeeen II Showroom 22 Zeeen II Showroom 22 Zeeen II Showroom 23 Zeeen II Showroom 23 Zeeen II Showroom 24 Zeeen II Showroom 24 Zeeen II Showroom 25 Zeeen II Showroom 25 &#47;15 General Information Description Farsi General Information Description Farsi General Information Name: Zeeen II ShowroomLocation: Moghadas Ardebili St. Palladium Mall, Tehran, IranArchitecture Firm: Persian Garden Studio [About Firm]Architect in charge: Mahsa MajidiDesign Associates: Mahsa Majidi, Anousheh Ahmadi, Pantea ParhamiDate: 2015Built Area: 300 sqmType: Interior DesignMechanical: Palladium Mechanical InstallationElectrical: Mohsen TahayoriExecutive Manager: Persian Garden StudioSupervisor: Persian Garden StudioConstruction:Persian Garden StudioGraphic:Studio ShizaruPhotographer: Keivan BehbahaniClient: Zeen shop, Arash Heidarian Description The project consists of design and construction of a 300 sqm commercial unit in Palladium shopping center located at Zaferaniyeh St. This commercial unit is home to a brand focusing on Iranian arts and crafts as their showroom. The project, because of being located in a new building, did not require any structural of mechanical renovation. Everything started from the story of carpets and carpet weaving and the fact that we, as Iranians, have a very limited knowledge of the process of carpet weaving. Therefore we decided to record a visual memory of this process in the mind of visitors. The client had product of many different scales for showcasing in this store, but we were able to categories these products in two groups of carpets and arts and crafts. At first, the plan layout was designed according the client needs. Everything was costume designed, from the fitting room area to the jewelry stand and the pallets for showcasing the carpets. A carpet weaving pole was then built in the center of the store and from there everything was inspired by the basic element of carpet weaving. One carpet was completely woven in the store and the strings were then circulated in the showroom creating a path of circulation for visitors. In this path all the different techniques of carpet weaving is shown. In the process of construction, in week 6, we have noticed the process and the journey in this project is a lot more interesting than the final result. Therefore we decided to record this process in different stages. Three techniques were recorded in the process and with the use of 3D scanner it was then printed and sculpted 5 to 6 time larger in scale. These sculptures, showing the hand of the weavers, were then hanged from the ceiling, showing the importance and high value of the weavers in the carpet industry. Farsi Please click on the Link below to read the information in Farsi Language.Click Here!