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PORT FO L IO Selected Works 2014-2018

ALI NAZARI


Hello, it’s Ali. I am a graduated from the Soore University of Architecture and Urban Planning. I am fascinated by the way things come together to form the built environment. I am also interested in various forms of architecture that can bring people closer together in the creation of ideas and spaces that are primarily human beings. This portfolio includes some of the projects I have experienced on architecture. Please enjoy! Email: alinazarioo@yahoo.com Phone: +98 935 520 2295

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CV

Date of birth:14. May 1994

Address: No. 17- 7th Alley- Motahari Street- Vavan Town-Tehran

Ali Nazari Iranian Nationality

E-mail: Alinazarioo@yahoo.com Phone no: +98 935 520 2295

• Awards

• Recognition Exhibition

May 2018| Honorable Mention House In Forest,Timber House Design Competition|France

25 August |1 September 2017 PATTERNITECTURE EVENT, Pattern in contemporary built environments of Iran|Niavaran Cultural Center Participant, Tehran Urban Innovation Center Title, REMORPH

“Cloud Jungle”

• Education

September 2014|2016 Bachelor of Arts in Architecture

November 2016|Current Architecture Design Studio, Soore University

Soore university of architecture and urban planning 2 years (Program: Applied Science Architecture)

Learned Society) Tutor-Software Training

February 2012|September 2014 Associate of Arts in Architecture

July 2014|Current Software Training, Pardis Memari

Ramsare (Mollasadra) Technical and Vocational College for Men 2 years + A semester (Program: Architecture)

Javad Movafaghian(17) Technical and Vocational School for Men 2 years + 3 month for Internship

| (Educational Institution)

Tutor

• Skills Language

October 2017| Winner WA Awards WA Awards,World Architecture Community Awards 2017 cycle 26th, Student|Turkey

May 2016(online courses) Software Training, Learnix.ir

Winter 2018 “CoHousing” is published in Today’s Architect&Fashion Magazine|No. 08

• (Educational Institution)

Tutor

May 2016(one-day) Workshop, Shariati Technical College

• Publications

January 2018| Honorable Mention Desire Designing,Tiny Spaces Design Competition|India

“Tiny’s Tiny”

“CoHousing”

PERSIAN Native

| (online learning platform)

Tutor

November 2017| Ranked 1st Place National Contest of Architecture and Culture Awards,Today’s Architect & Fashion Magazine|Iran

3ds Max Intermediate

Intermediate

Photoshop

InDesign

Illustrator

Hand Crafting

Model Making

Sketching

Laser Cutting

3D Printing

Violinist

Photographer

Advanced

House in Forest Landscape and Exterior design/ Design management/ Interior design/ 2D & 3d modeling

November 2017|Current Designer, Area Studio|

Iran Zamin Commercial Building Interior design(Design food court and Super market)

September 2017|January 2018 Intern, Assistant Designer, Ordibehesht Studio| Landscape and exterior design/ Interior design/ Furniture design/ 2D & 3D modeling/ Creating technical documentation

Preparation of graphics/ Info graphics/ illustrations

Landscape and exterior design/ 3D modeling

Workshops Experiences

July 2016 RE-MORPH 1.0, Tehran Urban Innovation Center

| Consonancy-T | The New Vision of A City Tutor, Nashid Nabian | Coordinators, Samaneh Shahbazi/ Tara Akbarinejad/ Shima Roshan Zamir

November 2015 (one-day) Graphic, Social and Cultural Deputy of the Municipality Tutor, Seyed Mehdi Norani |

July 2017| Winner WA Awards WA Awards,World Architecture Community Awards 2017 cycle 25th, Student|Turkey

Fabricate

“Wellness Garden”

June 2017| Ranked 1st Place First Architecture Student Talent Award in Iran, Sanix|Iran

Other Skills

“CoHousing”

February 2017| Ranked 1st Place Superior Architect (Student) Award, Design dead (inefficient) tiny spaces in urban areas, Iranian Architecture Center|Iran

“Heart of the city under the bridge”

May 2016|July 2016 Graphic Designer, Eyvan Khane Memar Institution|

July 2016| Associate, Niayaresh Saze Dezh Studio|

February 2016| Honorable Mention The 3rd Student Competition of Superior Architect, Design dead (inefficient) tiny spaces in Buildings, Iranian Architecture Center|Iran

“Memory of a memorable space” Villa in Kordan

May 2015| Ranked 2nd Place Photography Award, Soore University|Iran

“Architect’s week”

Advanced

Revit

Intermediate

Analog

Working Experiences

November 2017|Current Designer, Rayan Creativity Studio|

Fluent

Rhinoceros Beginner

“CoHousing”

ENGLISH

Digital

| (Technical College)

Tutor

• Experiences

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| (University

February 2018| Honorable Mention The 5th Student Competition of Superior Architect, Temporary Memorial Design on the Site of the Plasco Building, Iranian Architecture Center|Iran

“Plasco Frame”

May 2016|September 2017 Software Training, Eyvan Khane Memar|

September 2009|June 2011 Technical and Vocational School in Architecture

Teaching Experiences

• Activities Sketching| Drawing| Skeet Roll| Travels|

AutoCad

Ecotect

Prezi

Microsoft Office tools

Advanced

Advanced

Beginner

Advanced


CONTENT Included

Not Included

Academic

CoHousing Social Housing|Thesis -Page 8-

Wooden Houses Hotel|Architecture Design 4 -Page 16-

Professional Works

Automobile Museum Museum|Architecture Design 3

iHouse Student Residences |Architecture Design 2

Food Court Commercial|Area Studio -Page 48-

Super Market Commercial|Area Studio -Page 48-

Villa Kordan Residence|NSD Studio

-Page 20-

Researches

Competitions

Tiny’s Tiny Tiny Spaces|2018 -Page 24-

Unlimited Life Tiny House|2018 -Page 26-

Wellness Garden Hospitality|2017 -Page 30-

Consonancy-T

Libpubchair Design |2017

The New Vision of A City

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Re-morph workshop|TUIC -Page 50-

South Entrance |2017

Creative circle Design |2017

Berlin Wall talks of Peace University Residences|2016

Prayer room Abo Atash Park |2016

175 Martyr diver Memorial|2015

Urbacle Pavilion Public Space|2015

Design

Iran University of Science and Technology

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Heart of the city Public Space|2017

under the bridge

Graphic Works

Experience Pavilion

Opportunity Space|2016

-Page 36-

Memory of a memorable space

Dead Spaces|2016

Vali asr square Memorial|2016

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Holy Defence Museum|2015

Illustration Graphic|Posters -Page 52-

Entrance

Design

Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

|2015

Illustration Graphic|Logos -Page 52-

Illustration Graphic|Advertisement -Page 52-


CoHousing

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Residential Tehran, Iran 5.546 m2 Architecture Design 4|Social Housing Context

The main concern of the project is the change in the structure of residential projects in Tehran. This project while having a residential plan and program, has become a residential-social project in contact with the city and has let to redefining open spaces, semi-public and public spaces that have social and physical qualities. It will in some way crystallize the nature of collective and social life. According to the word “cohousing� that is made up of community and house, the purpose of creating it was to encourage humans to live socially. In fact, the main goals of these types of collections are to promote the social life of humans and provide a coherent group life experience and it is based on democratic methods for residents as well as a high level of sustain ability. The stretch of this land is north and south with a 25-degree spin left to the northern geographic.

Access Diagram

Variation of views from the Site Diagram

To project the land to the north and south. This land with polygonal sides and organic lines is one of the few remaining lands in Farmaniye in Tehran.

Site Stretch Diagram

Project orientation diagram

WINNER 1st Place

National Contest of Architecture and Culture 2017

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WINNER 1st Place

First Architecture Student Talent Award in Iran June 2017

WINNER WA Awards

World Architecture Community Awards 2017 cycle 26th 2017


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11. Eleventh Floor

Houses and social activities in the past Houses with agriculture [Experience of social interaction]

Accommodation in cities and agriculture outside of towns Reducing green spaces in and around homes Reducing activities and social interactions among residents of residential complexes

-The Main idea of project’s design

Integrated element (building) Common buildings in the city

Social housing consistent with the behavior of the region’s human beings and the main structure of the city and the neighborhood Houses along with experience of social activities and interactions with the design of space and space spaces for planting vegetation and plants by residents themselves.

longitudinal Diagram

latitudinal Diagram

Converting the ground floor into a public platform and producing an event space and linking the city to the project

The transformation of ground space into a public platform and the creation of an event space also creates a hole in the middle of a project that increases the sense of belonging in the place

-Production and event space and city link with the project

10. Tenth Floor

9. Ninth Floor Presence of current city buildings The lack of an intuitive relationship between humans Also the loss of visual visibility of the city (context) in the project

The Idea of project design The creation of a different visual connection Increase city visual permeability (context) in the project

Project development Creating dynamic spaces and increasing visual penetration A new radiometer for creating visual and social communication

- Diagram of visual interference design of spaces in a longitudinal section

-Site Plan

14m

7m

3.5m

8. Eighth Floor Presence of current city buildings The lack of an intuitive relationship between humans Also the loss of visual visibility of the city (context) in the project

The Idea of project design Create a different visual connection and create an event space Increase city visual permeability (context) in the project

Increased interactions between residents and citizens of citizens

Project development Creating dynamic spaces and increasing visual penetration A new radiometer for creating visual and social communication

-Diagram of visual interference design of spaces in latitudinal section

Design of optimal housing matched

Social Housing Upgrading the level of residence in the collection

City influence on the project

7. Seventh Floor

Organic context of the region Urban landscape Body of the city City

Environment Urban space

6. Sixth Floor Security and Neighborhood Relations

SITE Farmaniye Project Design Criteria

Subjective

People’s participation

Environment design and social interactions

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The environment and social behavior of humans

5. Fifth Floor Different circulation of space Open spaces for Objective residential Flexible space environments and social interactions Physical mass-space criteria

-Isometric Plans level 5 up to level 11 “3D plans”


-Requirement of program in levels Diagram

-Section C-C “Program design in section”

-The idea of organize space programming “Public - Semi-public - Semi-private - Private”

-Section B-B

14m

7m

3.5m

4. Fourth Floor

-View from level 9th “Social Spaces - Semi-Private”

-Detail 2 “Cobiax Slab System”

3. Third Floor

-Detail 1 “Roof Garden”

-Structure

2. Second Floor

1. First Floor

-Street view

0. Ground Floor 7m

-Section A-A

3.5m

-Materials used

-Isometric Plans level 0 up to level 4 “3D plans”


Wooden houses

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Residential-Hotel Anzali, Iran 17.563 m2 Architecture Design 4

The outspoken and scattered of Anzali’s texture area has left the living and social boundaries of this region so faint. The apparent boundaries have disappeared and at first glance the dispersion of the region attracts the viewer. Nevertheless, due to its earth and this texture, it has a tension and integrity that cause the boundaries between buildings and structures and even people to disappear. The designed project is designed according to the two main factors: - Users - Context Design ideas: - Improvement of the concept of living in neighborhoods - Abstract borders - Scattered and integrated texture sets The Review of the issues raised in the plan, made me emphasize on the Pattern design. The properties considered for the housing pattern are: To be flexible It must have the shape of its field Ability to repeat and expand Ability to consider all users

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- Site[context]

- Organization[mass+borders]

- Abstract borders

- Proposal Section

- Mass/Void/Green Studies in Section

- Public > Semi-Public > Semi Private > Private Studies in Plan

- Proposal Plan

-Site Plan

-The Main Idea [Abstract borders]

- Mass/Void/Green Studies in Plan

-Studies in Plan-Section

-Interior Views

Kitchen WC-Bath room Living room Bed room

-Typical Plans

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-Section

8m

4m

Kitchen WC-Bath room Living room Bed room

2m

1m

4m

2m

Kitchen WC-Bath room Living room Bed room

Kitchen+ Living room WC-Bath room Bed room

32m

16m

8m


iHouse

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Student Hall Residences Tehran, Iran 68.458 m2 Architecture Design 2

-Site Plan

The dormitory building has been formed based on two concepts, a place for students to live the way that they will be able to meet all basic and main demands in their second home, and also an area to interact and exchange ideas, feelings, and meeting fundamental need of social communication.

Residence+Gathering The complex has been designed based on basic square model that contains three different masses in this project. The masses which include Indoor, outdoor and gathering spaces. Indoor spaces (interiors) are just like skeleton of the building, in the other words they are the settlement (residential) areas, also outer spaces or exteriors are the areas that connect residential spaces and nonresidential areas with passages, streets and sidewalks. Gathering areas or stamping ground in the closed space with a special area has been reformed to a public area. 20

48m

24m

12m

6m


-Ground Floor

16m

8m

4m

2m

-Section A-A

16m

8m

4m

2m

-Ground Floor

16m

8m

4m

2m

-Section A-A

16m

8m

4m

2m

Department of undergraduate students

Department of master students

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-Ground Floor

Department of PHD students

16m

8m

4m

2m

-Section A-A

16m

8m

4m

2m

-Exterior view Department of undergranduate students

-Interior view

-Exterior view Department of master students

-Interior view

-Exterior view Department of PHD students

-Interior view


“TINY’S TINY”

TINY SPACES

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

House-Tiny Space Tehran, Iran 60 m2 Competition

Group:

Parisa Kalantari Ali Nazari

Family

Homeless

Tiny house

Tiny’s Tiny

Tiny Space

-Kitchen

-3D Section

-Interior Space

A number of homeless ,spectacularly are increasing in Tehran, day inday out. This problem is not solved, unless they own a place for sleeping and daily activities. The thing that is considered in this structure, is a tiny space for a homeless near the family. Despite the fact that the house is common,the rooms are completely apart. We tried to design a tiny’s tiny space for a homeless,meanwhile, solve a problem,albeit small.

(Living room+Closet)

Tiny Space for Homeless

Tiny House for Family

-Stairs+Closet

Tiny’s Tiny

WINNER

Honorable Mention Tiny Spaces Design Competition 2017-2018

“Desire Designing”

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-Ground Floor

5m

2.5m

1m

-First Floor

Glass

Plant

Facade

-Bed-table-seat


“UNLIMITED LIFE” TINY SPACES

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

House-Tiny Space Tehran, Iran 56 m2 Competition

Group:

MehrAsa Nikookar Ali Nazari

-Exterior view

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“Imagine living in a house with your mother and your grandparents. Every day you wake up, you start experimenting in the endless spaces of this house. Spaces that have never looked alike. My father said our house is 57 square meters and he built it with the help of his grandfather. Living in this house is very exciting. Unlike the city and its houses, we do not have a border here, as if we are living in the sky”.

[NORMAL] Fixed order

U s e r s

Main and fixed spaces Mother

[MOVING]

Movement in the Middle layer: Creating larger spaces

[ROTATING]

Rotating in The middle layer: Creating diverse Spaces 90o

180o

270o

360o

45o

135o

225o

315o

[ROTATING]

Rotating at different Angles

[MOVING +ROTATING] Rotating and movement in the middle layer: Varicose circulars in diverse spaces

A

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Father Child

In this project, three layers of nesting square and modular shape is produced that the outer and inner layers are fixed and form the main spaces of the project. The middle layer between these two fixed layers creates dynamics and changes by moving and rotating and as a result it creates a variety of spaces so that the users can organize it according to their activity.

Grandmother

The approach of this project is a change in the structure of smallscale spaces. And its main purpose is to design rich spaces because the flexible spaces are much wider and more complete and that’s beyond the design of the form.

Fixed Shells Mobile Shells

-Ground Floor 2m

1m

0.5m


-Interior view

-Interior view

-Explosion Diagram

-Exterior view

-Interior facade Diagram [floor+facades]

-Section A-A -Interior view

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-Exterior facade Diagram [roof+facades]

2m

1m

0.5m


“WELLNESS GARDEN” The Future Of Shade 2016

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Hospitality-Wellness Garden Tehran, Iran 120 m2 Competition-The Future Of Shade 2016

Architects:

Hannaneh Behnam Maryam Yazdanfar

Group:

Ali Nazari Armaghan Farahdokht

“Wind circulation and “Anemotherapy” is effective for increasing mental and physical performance, effective blood circulation and also leads to decreased prevalence of diseases” These Spirals have been designed to create various shadows at different times of a day, and also Providing patients with a transparent view to look around and enjoy their admission. Nowadays, ”Naturopathy” and “Thalassotherapy” or sea water medical function are so common in the world and because of this, The proposed site for this project is located at the waterside in the hospital campus. According to the “naturopathy” researches, human body can treat itself. The better condition is, the better self-treating will be. This feature has been included in this design. Structure of Each module consists of fabric attach to two similar, light, metal spirals and wires. WINNER

WINNER

RTF Sustainability Awards - student

World Architecture Community Awards 2017 cycle 25th

Second Award 2017

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WA Awards 2017


-Site Plan

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6m

3m

1m

creating various shadows at different times of a day


“LIBPUBCHAIR”

[Library+public space+chair]

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Chair Design Nonsite 1.44[1.2*1.2*3] m2 Competition Dress for Comfort

-Form design process-3D views

Concept:

Chair with holes is known as “eyes” Chair without eyes is known as “blind”

Design of chair combined with public space and place for study (free little library). Producing communication and human interaction and Individual action in a city spaces is the main objective of this project. The project has been laid out with holes which is example of clear-sightedness of a society towards social and cultural affairs. Volume inside another volume technique has been used for this project. Material of project is wooden.

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-Plans


“HEART OF THE CITY” Under the bridge

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Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Public Space Tehran, Iran 975 m2 Competition-Design dead (inefficient) tiny spaces in urban areas

Away from the daily routine of the city, in the center of one of the dead spaces combined with an atmosphere of mystery architecture, different and distinct lifestyle is born. Producing communication and human interaction in a seemingly dead event (under the bridge) from a spatial city with audiovisual and environmental pollution is the main objective of this project. Heart of the city under the bridge Inspired by a city and interactions in the form of a vertical structure is defined underground. Events and Interaction’s City that are planned in two part in the heart of the mystery: City Services Green space and entevvrtainment for public such as park, sport, library, amphitheater, Flower production and agriculture, public hangout, children’s games, cultural ceremonies. The flexible space scenario has been written! Dynamic design and develop various potential causes free space to be created in this location. City events constitute the main body of the building. Human action and emotion and human relations in the opposition between “flexible space” change this space into a space filled with fantastic memories. The project’s conceptual model is able to expand in other part of city. Communication between this space with the rest of the spaces Caused the production of new beating heart of a city.

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The Student Competition’s Jury statement “Superior Architect” in 2017: first place with a critical, radical viewpoint to the question of contest and extend it to the city has been able to do that particular encounter. Its indicate that less construction and less visibility. Living under ground is noticeable and have offered highest activity. It’s simple, accurate, deep and at the same time abstract design has been able to expand design issue and cover wider aspect of contest.

WINNER 1st Place

Superior Architect 2017 “Iranian Architecture Center”

- 75.00 -Section A-A 4m

2m

1m


Plan GF

5m

Plan BF(-1)

-View from Entrance

Plan BF(-2)

Parkway;new heart for Tehran

Inspired by a city and interactions in the form of a vertical structure is defined underground

-The diagram of project concept design

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New heart under the bridge for presence of human and the revival of space

The people circulation makes us possible to design the passing circulation from this area by north and south of project

-The circulation diagram

New heart under Tehran and Connections between them

The top surfaces are built from transparency materials (water+glass) Which makes be possible to radiate sun light and making reflection in space and amazing atmosphere

The top surfaces are built from solid materials Which prevents the sun light to below floors.

-The diagram of top transparency surface design

A city with thrilling hearts and advanced human interactions

Heart of the city under the bridge project

Tajrish Metro Station in Tehran

Height: 75m

Height: 55m

-The comparison of height diagram

Plan BF(-3)

2.5m

1m


“BERLIN WALL TALKS OF PEACE� Spring is about to come in Berlin

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

University Residence Berlin, Germany 11.364 m2 Competition- Berlin university

Group:

Amin mirmohammadi Mercede Asgari Ali Nazari

1961

1989

residences 2016

Student Accommodation Project; an abstract picture of German Capital city of Berlin. It is located in Wrangelkiez neighborhood, the residents of which comprise people coming from a miscellany of different ethnic and cultural groups together with students with different nationalities. What included to signify the Berlin Wall as it is now , is indicative of noneffect the wall marks on the soul of life, peace , solidarity and unity having bound the people.

Idea

Public platform :A place to increase social interactions between people Roof Garden: A place to increase interactions between students

-Ground Floor

40

after 1989

16m

8m

4m

Concept 2016


Memory of a memorable space

“Memory of a memorable space”

Revival Nonsite No size Competition-Design dead

(inefficient) tiny spaces in Buildings

Choose the “Superior Architect” competition Annually, considering the theme of creativity and problem-solving, and focus on improving the status quo and organizing the existing theme architecture. The theme of 2016 was the design dead (inefficient) tiny spaces in residential and Judgement of this period have did by “Shahab Mirzaeiyan, Faraham Moghaddam Rad and Sarah Kalantari” and director of the contest was “Kamran Afshar Naderi”. WINNER

Honorable Mention Superior Architect 2016 “Iranian Architecture Center”

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A “dead space” is an area where nothing is happening no furniture, no light, no purpose

No it is not!

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

There will be no unusable space. The mutual interaction between compatible space with sensation and the relationships of human will make the unusable. Space an unforgettable and imgination-inducing one


“URBACLE PAVILION� [URABAn+CirCLE]

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Public Space Tehran, Iran 298 m2 Competition

Group:

Maryam Baharvandi Elahe Rahimi Ali Nazari

This public space has a different spatial quality. People can rotate around it or spend hours in spaces that are designed to for them to chat sitting down or standing up. He circular structure of this project is still fluent and without interruption in the city environment in contact with the city body and the dynamic citizens and it looks like a whole unit. In a collective atmosphere, memories and collective behaviors occur as a result of the project of creating a sense of belonging through the design of flexible spaces.

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-Exterior View

Current Public spaces

Proposal Public space -Concept

-Form Design Idea

-Location


-Interior View Entrance It brings a sense of security and privacy Entrance creates a sense of excitement in space

Grass hill (middle green space) People are convinced by the presence of that sense of fluidity and belonging Entrance Entrance creates a curiosity in person and brings him in with a step inside

-Plan

Mirror steel They find themselves in mirrors and fall into thought in their mental imagination In this project, 12 different dimensions have been used

-North Elevation Spring,on May,10 A.M

Summer ,on August,10 A.M

Autumn ,on November ,10 A.M

-Section A-A

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Winter ,on February ,10 A.M

-Shadow Diagram in different Seasons

-Entry Structure

-Flexibility on Structure of Project


“Iran Zamin Commercial�

Typology: Location: Size: Title:

Commercial Khoy, Iran 560 m2 Under Construction|

Client:

Khales Broki Milan

Group:

Elnaz Eshghkoh Farzane Mamaghani fard Ali Nazari

Super Market

This space is located in a commercial building in the Khoy city of West Azerbaijan province. In the design of this space (supermarket), we have tried to provide a change in the visual perception of the supermarkets in terms of the users and how it is used. The structure of the supermarket and how to access the products in this project are designed in such a way that the visual communication in this project has reached its maximum. Users can experience easy purchases with visual freedom.

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Lots Livable Map

Lots Livable Map- Proposal

“Consonancy-T”

Typology: Location: Organizer: Title:

Research|Workshop Tehran, Iran Tehran Urban Innovation Center

Tutor: Coordinators:

Nashid Nabian Samaneh Shahbazi/ Tara Akbarinejad/ Shima Roshan Zamir

Group:

Saeedeh Ghorashi Sahar Barzani Ali Nazari

Not Livable

Affected by livability

Livable

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Percentage of livability of urban blocks Map

Number of livable Lots: 386 Area of livable Zone: 332693.1944

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Sort of Blocks by Proportion Map

Area of urban blocks Map

Percentage of livability: n1 Area of livability: n2 Number of livability: n3

Surrounding of blocks Map

Proportion

Area Map

Affected by livability

Livable

Mixed-Use

Services

Official

Commercial

1

Number of livable Lots: 414 Area of livable Zone: 440640.193

Lots Livable Map

Not Livable

Not Livable

Affected by livability

Number of livable Lots: 386 Area of livable Zone: 332693.1944

Lots Function Map

Residential

Re-Morph theory : Reading the morphology of a city seeks to understand the spatial structure and character of a metropolitan area, city, town or village by examining the patterns of its component parts and the process of its development. Some of the world’s iconic cities define themselves by their famous grids. So what happens in the sense, notion, and identity of a city if the grid or shape would be dissolved and rearranged? Re-Morph is a new approach to urban morphology based on a French artist works “Armelle caron”. This theory considers the city as an art and at the same time invites planner to re-examine the concepts of a city, understand it and gives them a novel morphological profile. This is seeking for ways to visualize and interpret the shape of the city’s map in a different perspective.

Livable

RE-MORPH 1.0|The New Vision of A City|

Area of Blocks

4

5

10

11

It is referenced: http://www.tuic.ir/fa/project/theory-of-re-morph

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Polygon of urban blocks Map

Graded map of Passages

Polygon of Lots Map

Area of Blocks

Sort of Blocks by Area Map

6

12

Proportion of urban blocks Map

Polygon

Polygon of Blocks by Area Map

Area of Blocks

8

9

Grade 3

Dead end

Grade 1

7

Grade 2

Polygon

4-sided

4-sided

Area of Blocks

3-sided

From the review, The following results are obtained: -Great size of area in lots and blocks -In overall view, ratio of one lot to related block is considerably high -Great number of dead ends, which having following effects: -Creating blocks with great size of area -Creating narrow access roads -Creating spaces with low density in number of people -A variety of dimension in roads width -Mix use lots are surrounded at least by one wide road -Organic form of blocks causing common edges between lots

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“Illustration”

Typology: Location: Title:

Graphic Works Tehran, Iran Poster|Logo|Advertisement

Graphic design is one of the best ways for me to portray my feelings. Illustration in life and work of people, for them it brings me into the world I create on paper. But I think there’s more than that, an image can be a dream, a life or a story. Graphic art has strengthened my interdisciplinary knowledge in architecture and has a very positive impact on my aesthetics.

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a special thanks to my friends, teachers, and collaborators : Oweis Salman Maryam Azizi Soleiman Mohammad Saleh Sorkhei Mohammad Javad Mirzaei Amir Armani Asl Asghar Nazari Ahmad Reza Yazdani Ali Akbari Amirhosein Rostami Zade Mohammad Reza Akbarian Hossein Bagheri Ashkan Sepehr Mohammad Reza Kadkhoda

Ali Nazari E-mail: alinazarioo@yahoo.com Phone no : +98 935 520 2295

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