A group of Khayyam University architecture students recently completed GIRIH BRICK, a landscape installation that challenges Iran’s traditional usage of brick by applying it in a contemporary new way. Made from 4,500 bricks, the artwork spans over 10 meters in length and was assembled in a geometric pattern inspired by Girih, an Islamic decorative art form popularly found in Iranian architecture and handicrafts. The installation gradually changes height to mimic the neighboring landform and is integrated with seating.
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