Last Update:  فارسي
Architecture | News Archive
Iranian House won the “A” Architecture, Building & Structure Design Competition
Ghaneei Residential house in E(I)sfahan designed by Mohammadreza Ghaneei and Polisher Architects Planner Engineers won the golden award of 2017 “A” Architecture, Building and Structure Design Competition.
Iranian architects Nima and Sina Keivani won a silver award for their joint design “House of the Sun” at the A’ Design Award and Competition in the Italian city of Milan, the organizers announced Saturday 15 April 2017.
The Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution has approved a draft of the national document on the Iranian-Islamic architecture and urban development on Tuesday 26 January 2017.
The Barcelona-based renowned Argentine architect Willy Muller is scheduled to deliver a lecture about urban paradigms in Tehran on 3 February 2017.
The Third International Congress on Contemporary Middle-Eastern Architecture and Urbanism will be held in February 2017.
The third place was shared by Somayeh Ravanshad, PhD in Architecture from Tehran Azad University, Iran, and Magdalena Trobinger from Italy.
 
 
Architecture | Articles
MesoCity Tehran Workshop, Art, Ecology & the City
Tehran is the biggest city between Istanbul and Mumbai, a city of 13 million in the desert. Like all other cities in Iran it was positioned strategically at the foot of a mountain in order to source water. But all this is forgotten today, and the urban sprawl has come to erase the memory of the underground water irrigation network: the qanat...
In 2004, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture — a prize recognizing projects that “enhance the understanding and appreciation of Islamic culture” — went to a cluster of fourteen modest buildings in Baninajar, Iran. Constructed nearly ten years earlier to house Iraqi refugees from the first Gulf War, the project was carried out under the auspices of the United Nations Development Program and .....
In the winter and spring of 1974, Christian Norberg-Schulz was guest professor of Architecture at MIT and I had the chance of taking the two courses he taught during that semester.
The story of Iran’s present day architecture goes far beyond formal expressions or generated ideas. In fact, diverse controversial factors did shape the final entity. Any evaluation or criticism, without an accurate review on the dialectic platform of the historical process, will have all kinds of shortcuts, fallouts and misunderstandings.
Iran’s contemporary architecture can be divided into three periods. From the 1960’s up to the Islamic Revolution constitutes.
I Return home and to Architecture
 

Advertisement