Location: shiraz-sadra town-pardis town-maryam st.
Architect: Mahmoud Omidbakhsh
Client: Dr.Mohammad Ghazinour
Design date: 2013
Completion date: 2016
Site area: 1000m2
Built area: 201m2
Architect Firm: Aknoon Architectural Atelier
Architect in charge: Mahmood Omidbakhsh, Atefe Mohareri
Design Team: Mahmood omidbakhsh, Atefe Mohareri, Hooman Karampour, Elnaz Amiri
Landscape: Mahmood Omidbakhsh
Photographs: Ali Ashja, Nakisa Karampour
The house is made up by the simple idea of interior and exterior spaces composition
This small house has been able to maintain the spatial relations and quality of inside and outside simultaneously.
The building is able to host the audiences by matching its terms and functions without any requirement of additional decorations so that challenges boredom and urban conventional patterns, yet shows the benefits of spatial relations and intersections while crossing to stay needless of additional spatial games.
Each unit is recognizable and legible, leading to prove itself by heavy walls and light ceilings.
The sky of the house is an achievement for us, from the perspective that while spinning the glass box as a heart of building gives an opportunity to create a triangular pit garden fulfilling outside and inside buildings requirements simultaneously.
Concepts and ideas of design:
Harmony with the site , utilization of slope and creation of two central main yards in ground floor and first floor, to set up a garden pit and digging in the ground to save environment energy.
Considering the site conditions, project settlement and nearby motifs
Utilization of natural and available motifs and materials specially stone from a mine near the project, to be sustainable and recyclable
Utilization of morphology in harmony with environment , materials identification and finding their natural aesthetics
Simplicity, being vernacular, considering the economical conditions of project, ease of construction
Set up a variation and plurality in structure for more legibility yet having circulation and ease of access by transparency and use of central courtyard.
Prevention from height form and showing off mass ,and attempting to murge the building and site