Tehran’s Architecture: How Tehran embraced bold architecture
On Tuesday September 27, 2016, The Guardian published an article about Tehran Architecture representing beautiful samples of Modern Architecture combined with Iranian architecture that built in Tehran in the last decade. It says:, “Tehran in 2016 “is in a constant mood of reconstructing and rebuilding itself,” according to Mehran Gharleghi, director at London’s Studio Integrate, who has previously worked in Tehran for the prominent architecture firm Mirmiran. “The municipalities accommodate new designs, at least compared to Europe, and there’s a big appetite for new buildings.””
The Orsi Khaneh project, by Keivani Architects, in Tehran’s affluent Gisha district (courtesy of The Guardian)
Pardis Mellat cinema (courtesy of The Guardian)Please Read Full article: Tehran’s towers
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