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Rouzan Residential Building Isfahan
Contemporary Residence in Central Iran design by Sayed Hamed Jafari Architect
updated 4 Aug 2019 ; 2 Mar 2016
Rouzan Residential Building in Isfahan
Design: Sayed Hamed Jafari Architect
Location: Mosala Street, Isfahan, central Iran
Iranian architecture has manifested in Isfahan where many valuable traditional historic works have been constructed. However, beside this texture, the urban decay has constituted a vast area of the city.
Most of the residential buildings of this texture are unprofessionally built in narrow small alleys, using local but poor materials. Their residents are mostly the middle and low-income classes of the society.
The former building of the project was one of these houses. On one hand, the employer, in his youth, had the experience of living in a traditional house with all of its components including private quarters, yard, pool, and refreshing gardens.
He thus intended to make memory of his past while possessing a prominent, modern house with reasonable construction cost.
On the other hand, he required two apartment units for dwelling and two other for selling and making money. The buildings had to have special technical and visual attractions in order to be sold.
Therefore, aligning these two goals and identifying the solution for this problem were the challenges of design and ideation. Therefore, the plans were designed with the maximum occupancy according to the standards of the respective Municipality.
Given the climate of Isfahan, for the facade design purpose, the translucent surfaces and windows were first specified according to the standards, and then exactly adjusted by Ecotect simulator.
To maintain privacy based on the plan, the living room, bedroom and/or kitchen were arranged differently on the shell. In order to prevent extreme entrance of sun light, a canopy was also designed and verified by Ecotect software, and mobility was added to it manually and automatically.
Afterwards, to prevent uniformity in the facade shape, distinguish it from adjacent buildings, and build flower boxes in the body in front of openings, dynamic yet simple, modern and perceptible drawdowns were formed.
For the interior design, motions and dynamics of the exterior facade were reflected inside the house and plotted the interior design.
Niches and corridors in the living room and parents’ room were devised as traditional buildings, and an indelible sense was created in a modern space.
Rouzan Housing in Isfahan – Building Information
Location: Mosala Street, Isfahan
Architect in charge: Sayed hamed jafari
Design Associates / Team: Azadeh gaminian
Landscape: Sayed hamed jafari
Date of design: 2016-2017
Date of Construction: 2019-2017
Site area: 202 m2
Ground floor area: 150m2
Built area: 620m2
Building Type: Residential Apartment
Civil engineer / Company: Mohamad nilipor
Mechanical engineer /Company:Salar fathi
Electrical engineer / Company: Majid kheirmand
Lighting: Sayed hamed jafari
Construction Company: Gholamali Shafiee, Sayed hamed jafari
Photographers: Negar Sedighi, NS photography
Rozan house images / information received 020819 from Sayed Hamed Jafari Architect Iran
Location: Mosala St, Isfahan, Iran
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