The seven-story building features a facade constructed with heat-treated timber inset with stained glass and vegetation. In addition to its role in controlling solar intake, the facade has a decorative quality that combines natural materials, color and transparency. The patterned facade references some of Iran’s iconic traditional residences, while functioning as a high-performance element that reduces heat buildup.
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“Economic limitations, authorities and municipality potentially can be counted as a strict limitation to a project,” said the architects. “But we tried to use these factors as a motivator to design and make the building with propitious, recyclable, and native materials.”
+ Keivani Architects
Via World Architecture News