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Lotus Amphitheater, Iran
22 July 2021
Design: Peyman Kiani Architects (PKA)
Renderings by Mohammad Ali Rezaeiyan
Lotus Amphitheater Building Design
The idea of the Lotus Amphitheater is taken from the architectural form of the Safavid era in Iran. The wall patterns and light panels are decorated with 5o7 of Safavid architecture (5-o-7 or Panj-o-Haft – the numbers “5” and “7” in Persian), with a seating arrangement on different levels, and have created an artistic atmosphere inside the hall.
In the center of the amphitheater, a hole was created to use natural light with a solar tunnel. The exterior of It is inspired by a lotus that was used in many designs of the Achaemenid period. Using light, music, and form, audiences experience a hierarchy from the heyday of Iranian architecture.
The idea of Lotus Amphitheater emerged from the architectural figure of the Safavid era, the most significant artistic period in Iran. During this period, a dome-shaped space was held for Eid ceremonies, Shahnameh readings, and musical performances, and people gathered in those places. This amphitheater has been created to keep the art and culture of ancient Iran alive. The exterior side is inspired by a lotus that was used in many designs of the Achaemenid period.
The wall patterns and light panels are decorated with 5o7 of Safavid architecture with Seat arrangement on different levels have created an artistic atmosphere inside the hall. In the center of the amphitheater, a hole was created to use natural light with a solar tunnel and lit up the stage.
The exterior, along with the view of the handmade tiles of the Safavid period and glasses with a combination of linear LEDs and spotlights, which has created beautiful reflections on the water.
Having all images feeling of location identity in one unique shape as a hierarchy and family form came together in one united emotional and functional base. We have the most view of the sea.
Using light art, music, and form, audiences experience a hierarchy from the heyday of Iranian architecture. The height of the building is 17.5 meters. The inner diameter is 30 meters and the outer diameter is 40 meters. The capacity of the hall is set at 840 persons.
Lotus Amphitheater in Iran – Building Information
DESIGNERS: Peyman Kiani Falavarjani, Nima Bavardi and Parisa Biriya
IMAGE CREDITS: 3D & Renders by Mohammad Ali Rezaeiyan
-Winner of the LIT Awards 2020
-Gold winner of IDA Award 2020
-Winner of the DNA Paris Award 2021
-Finalist of LICC 2020
Lotus Amphitheater in Iran design images / information received 220721 from Peyman Kiani Architects
Location: Iran, central Asia
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