Vanoosh Villa Residence / 35-51 ARCHITECTURE Office

first_img Houses Vanoosh Villa Residence / 35-51 ARCHITECTURE Office ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/927214/vanoosh-villa-residence-35-51-architecture-office Clipboard Photographs Vanoosh Villa Residence / 35-51 ARCHITECTURE OfficeSave this projectSaveVanoosh Villa Residence / 35-51 ARCHITECTURE Office “COPY” Architects: 35-51 ARCHITECTURE Office Area Area of this architecture project Hamid Abbasloo, Abbas Yaghooti, Neda Adiban Rad ArchDaily Year:  Design Team:Mohammad Reza AghaieLandscape:Neda Adiban RadStructure:Majid KoolivandElectrical:Ali PiltanMechanical:Ali GhanizadehPhase 2 & Construction Consultant:Javad HadavandiCollaborators:Farajollah hezar jaribi,Hossein Ghasemkhan,Amir Shaabani,Fereydoun Ghavami,Komeyl Khakpour, Vahid Boor, Ahmadreza Boor,Abdolah Noornejad, Souroush Alipour, Reza Mirbabai, Arash Asadollahi,Saeed HosseiniGraphic:Maryam SheikhiCity:RoyanCountry:IranMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghRecommended ProductsDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodBruagBalcony BalustradesSave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghText description provided by the architects. Iranian traditional architecture has taught us how to create spaces safe, flexible, and responsive to the needs of residents. And modern architecture has taught us to eliminate unnecessary elements of architecture and not that of lifestyle. It also lets us add something to the form wherever it is necessary for the residents’ lifestyle. Vanoosh villa is an attempt to bring these lessons into reality; It is also vitally critical to look at the perception and reality of employee’s needs: 1. We should not be limited to the villa’s area. 2. Saferoom (Regarding the enormous number of guests) 3. PrivacySave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghFirst, in order to achieve this demand, a dispersed and separate structure was used to formulate the overall layout of the villa. So, instead of having a villa in one part of the land, we designed its different spaces separately in several points of the land, relatively far away from each other. Second, these different spaces reduced to three main zones: A place for cooking, a place to sleep and a place to get together. Third, each of these functions has its own independent identity while they are connected to each other by some corridors.Save this picture!SectionSave this picture!Ground floor planThese corridors have flexible­ walls which can be removed in moderate seasons and may strengthen the sense of isolation between the con­stituent parts. Furthermore, by using removable walls in the main parts this sense of isolation can be promoted more effectively. These parts are designed in a way to provide better ventilation and let prevailing winds come in from the north­west and cool the whole house in summer. All these are to reach an indoor-outdoor lifestyle that simultaneously new and rooted in our tradition.Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghIn response to the employer’s request for a safe room, it was designed like a small independent villa. This villa has been designed and placed in such a way to be less seen. The separate parts of the villa have been organized in such a manner to create cozy and introversive spaces in order to provide privacy for residents. Moreover, stretching a semi-open roof over project is another attempt to strengthen privacy and also is a good place for climbing plants espe­cially in the mild and humid climate of the North of Iran, where our project is located. This green cover extends the building to the surrounding environment. One may say that what we were looking for is the creation of private spaces open to nature and the surrounding environment. It opens to welcome you and closes to defend.Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghProject gallerySee allShow lessGYA House / Emac ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsTED Talk: Bjarke Ingels Explores Living and Building on MarsArchitecture News Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/927214/vanoosh-villa-residence-35-51-architecture-office Clipboardcenter_img CopyAbout this office35-51 ARCHITECTURE OfficeOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRoyanOn FacebookIranPublished on October 28, 2019Cite: “Vanoosh Villa Residence / 35-51 ARCHITECTURE Office” 28 Oct 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream 2017 CopyHouses•Royan, Iran “COPY” Area:  331 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan Ettefagh+ 49Curated by Paula Pintos Share Iran Photographs:  Mohammad Hassan Ettefagh Lead Architects: Projectslast_img

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