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PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Name: Younger Brother Villa

Location: Lavasan, Tehran, Iran

Architecture Firm: Next Office []

Architect in Charge: Alireza Taghaboni

Project Associates: Faride Aghamohammadi (Project Manager)Roholah Rasoli, Hamid Abasloo,Faezeh Arefnazari ,Ramin Movasat, Negar Rahnamazadeh, Shideh Porjolay, Khashayar Bakhtiari

Date of Construction: 2012-2015

Built Area: 812 sqm

Type: Residential

Strcuture Conslutant: Bastanpol Co. (Vahid Gharekhaninia)

Mechanical Consultant: Hoofar Esmaeli

Electrical Consultant: Nina Amooshahi

Supervisions: Masoud Saghi , Mohamadreza Mohebali

Constrcution: Javad Hadavandi ,Ehsan Yarmohammadi,Soroush Alipour

Interior Consultant: Memaran Honarman Bartar Co.

Presentation: Fatemeh s. Tabatabaeian, Asal Karami

Client: Ehsan Yarmohammadi

Model: Shima Mohammadi

Photographer: Parham Taghioff

Award: 3rd palce(shared) in Memar Award, in the section of residential category, Single villa, 2015

 

 

This project was supposed to be built on a site which from the entrance part was counted as a surrounded land. It was placed in a hollow, however; on the back, it overlooked the widespread lot which had been a riverbed. (Diagram no. 1)

Project question: How can we make the project present itself while it is placed in a hollow; which of course is a contradiction. What can we do for it in order not to get lost among other projects; to keep its character and also block its tall neighbors' views on its private spaces and yard. These goals were approached by creating a (V) shaped form in the plan; placing the yard -which overlooked the riverbed- between the wings of (V). (Diagram no. 2)

And by the exaggerated form (V) in the section of the project, which recalls the form of the sloping roofs in the north of Iran and entertaining chalets (Diagram no. 3), the project was able to compensate the dished site and rise equal to its neighbors (Diagram no. 4).

Studying on different types of sloping roofs and removing stereotypes from known types such as "chalet" and mixing them with the interior and curved walls inside the project, have been the challenges which brought various spaces full of contraction and expansion to the project. The structure was based on the frames of the roof's arcs and we avoided the traditional false works (Diagram no. 5).

Roof's trapezoidal sectors and its infrastructures were individually designed in order to fit the project perfectly.
(Diagram no. 6)

 

 

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