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Furniture Showroom and Warehouse

 

 

PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Name: Furniture Showroom and Warehouse

Location: Hengam St., Heydarkhani St.,Tehran, Iran

Architecture Firm: Bonsar Architecture Studio []

Architect in charge: Mohammad Majidi

Assistant architects: Hamed Khosravi, Kaveh Rashidzadeh, Majid Masumi, Mojtaba Samimi

Contractor and supervision: Bonsar Architecture Studio

Site and Construction Supervisor: Rahim Mohammadi

Metal sheet works and exposed air canals (façade, roof, and gutters) : Abas Margan

Metal works (Windows, steel sub-structures): Vachik Malek Estepanian

Masonary and renovating: Rahim Mohammadi

Ceiling mounted radiant heaters: Garmataab Company

Drywall: Knauf Iran, Vaheh Majnonian

Exterior and interior stone flooring: Mr. Shahverdi (Mahalat travertine)

Land Area: 2760 sqm

Gross floor area: 1200 sqm

Type: Renovation, Exhibition

Number of floors: One floor (Ground floor)

Project Commission: Sept. 2004

Design Commencement: Sept. 2004, Completion: Aug. 2005

Construction Commencement: Sept. 2004,

Completion: Nov. 2005

Occupancy: Dec. 2005

Client: Hesam Ghandchi, Hossein Ghandchi

Film: Dayereh Company

Photographer: Afshin Ghaderpanah

Awards: 1st Place in Memar Award - 2005

Credits:

• “Furniture showroom project in Tehran”, THE PHAIDON ATLAS OF 21st CENTURY WORLD ARCHITECTURE, 2008, p72

• “1st Place, Furniture Showroom & Warehouse, Tehran”, Memar Magazine, No. 34, Dec-Jan 2005-2006, p18

 

This project is the result of the rehabilitation of an old cotton warehouse built over 50 years ago, and its transformation into a furniture showroom and warehouse.The reviving essence of the old building led the design team to take a restoration approach, in spite of no financial limits and the possibility of demolishing and constructing a new building. In addition to the physical restoration, enlivening the spatial memories, as the most prominent goal in the rehabilitation process, was taken into consideration. Everything which was added to this building was done with a contemporary language, and anything that could remain was an element of spatial memory, and thus restored. A reminiscence of the memory of light entering the dark space of the old hall, turned into the design concept for the new pierced facade of the showroom.

 

 

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