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portfoli o Parnian Gh aem i


Address: L3T 7C5, Thornhill, ON Cell: (647) 544-1171 E-mail: Parnian.ghaemi@gmail.com Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/ in/parnian-ghaemi-2525444b

Parnian Ghaem i M.Arch.


Education Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran-Tehran Master of Architecture Azad University – Central Branch, Iran-Tehran Bachelor of Architecture

Proficiency Technical Skills

Software Skills

• Architect with +10 years of experience in various stages of projects, mostly residential, mix-used projects and master planning. • Acquired design skills from the design concept through to working drawings & construction completion • Ability to work in team environments and coordinate project team and mentor less experienced staff. • Proven capabilities in problem solving, coordination of architectural and engineering disciplines, review and development of specifications. • Ability to illustrate feasibility reports and design proposals to project team’s design and marketing efforts. • Self-motivated and having strong desire to upgrade professional knowledge • Exceptional skills in design development and production using various software • Proven abilities to meet the tight deadlines, efficient time management without sacrificing creativity. • Dynamic team player with strong analytical & persuasion skills • Familiarity with RZA, SPA, Permit submission • Familiarity with Ontario Building Code(OBC)

AutoCAD Sketch Up Photoshop Revit Architectural Rhinoceros VRay Illustrator InDesign MSProject

Languages English: Full professional proficiency(IELTS General: 7) Persian: Native or bilingual proficiency

Professional Affiliations Registered Architect, Iranian Association of Architects


Honors and Awards • 1st prize of «The white Gallery» National Award, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2016 • 2nd Prize of «[In]Exterior , Falahatian Yard-House» National Award, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2016 • 2nd Prize of «Shams Al Ziyafe Residential-Commercial Complex» National Competition, Shift Process Practice and AGi Architects, Mashhad,Iran, 2016 • 5th Prize of «Ghebleh square» National Competition, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Mashhad,Iran, 2014 • 2nd Prize of «Eilkhane Residential Building» Natioanal Award, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2014 • 3rd Prize of «7 & 6 Main store» National Award, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2014 • 1st Prize of «Leopard Commercial & Office Complex» National Competition, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2013 • 1st Prize of «Havafanavar Architectural Masterplan for Aviation Themed Technology» National Competition, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2013 • 2nd Prize of «Toranj Residential-Commercial-Official Complex» National Competition, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice, Tehran,Iran, 2013 • 1st Prize of «Nashtaroud Residential-Commercial Complex» National Competition, member of the design team, [Shift] Process Practice , Mazandaran,Iran, 2013


Professional Experience

Associate / Project Manager [Shift] Process Practice, Iran-Tehran

2012-2016

Acted as the leading individual contributor and coordinator of design problem-solving under supervision of a principal.

Job Captain / Project Manager Arsh design studio, Iran-Tehran

2010-2012

Acted as the leading individual contributor and coordinator of design problem-solving under supervision of a principal.

Design Architect / job Captain Hendese Nira Architects, Iran-Tehran

2008-2010

Acted as the leading individual contributor and coordinator of design problem-solving under supervision of a project architect and a project manager.

Intern / Junior Design Architect Urartu Consultants, Iran-Tehran

2004-2006

1 year of internship and 1 year of designing in teams under supervision of a project architect and a project manager.


2012 . 2016

shift process practice


Shamsolzyafe City Complex


Year: 2016

Location: Mashhad / Iran

Scale: 11,800 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice and AGi Architects Status: Competition / won the 2nd prize in competition Responsibility: • Member of the design team in competition • Responsible for developing plans of Residential units & Parking floors • Responsible for analyzing building code and space requirements • Responsible for presentation of plans & sections

The design includes commercial and residential units, in addition to a clinic, an apart hotel and various public spaces. The proposal breaks the mold of large retail centers that blunt street culture and have large carbon footprints by diversifying the building uses at street level. The site massing acknowledges the Mashhad Mausoleum, an important pilgrimage site, with most of the residential units facing the sanctuary. The facades are inspired by Persian architecture, using patterns found on typical Persian dywan structures. The commercial area is organized as a continuous topography, with the ground and first floors exchanging public spaces and opening up to street retail areas. Shopping units and other services such as a clinic and public spaces are distributed throughout the neighborhood. What would otherwise be large chunks of mall are split apart to empower pedestrians with the use of connecting courtyards and public gardens. Above, a combination of normal apartments and hotels meets housing needs for residents and tourists.


VOLUMETRIC COMPOSITION OF THE UPPER LEVEL

Extrusion of the block

Subtraction of the courtyards

Subtraction of the openings

Resulted viewpoints framed by subtracted volumes

VOLUMETRIC COMPOSITION OF THE UPPER LEVEL

Extrusion of the block

Subtraction of the courtyards

Subtraction of the openings and street access points

Resulted circulation in ground level pubic plaza and relative position of the second floor retail level


[In]Exter ior Residential Villa


Year: 2015

Location: Isfahan / Iran

Scale: 667 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Built / won the 2nd prize in Memar magazine competition Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development • Responsible for developing plans & Sections

[In]Exterior is an exercise in challenging the wellestablished conventions of designing for a second home or a retreat family house. Conventionally speaking, retreat homes are conceptualized as villas in the park with a focus on maximizing the visual access of the interiors to the surrounding natural vista through transparent exterior thresholds of a solid volume. [In]Exterior is a family house located in a retreat village in the periphery of City of Isfahan. The suburban context of the project offers no substantial natural view or meaningful topographic variation. Hence, the spatial organization of the project is fundamentally transformed to introduce two connected semi-courtyards. Instead of looking outward at a non existing natural vista or impressive view, the project is shifting its visual focus to the inner yards, arriving at maximum transparency of the architectural thresholds where the interior spaces meet the interiorized yards. The redefinition of inside/outside relation is also deriving the material condition of the architectural surfaces. The commonalities of surface material and texture, both in interior and exterior voids, allow for certain level of ambiguity in differentiating the interior and exterior condition from a perceptual point of view. The spatial uncertainty in identifying the borderline between in and out is further established through the introduction of sliding walls that transforms the interior yards of the project to semi-open gardens. Meanwhile, the introduction of the yards within the heart of the spatial organization of the house, allows for performative division of the house between the categorically different functions with private and public nature.


Qebleh urban plaza plaza competition


Year: 2014

Location: Mashhad / Iran

Scale: 18,000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Competition Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development specially plan development • Responsible for coordinating project team and integrating all project documents • Presentation of plans and sections

Mashhad-home to the shrine of the 8th Imam of Shiites- is the most significant religious city in Iran which attracts more than 25 million visitors per year. The obvious need for reorganization of the surrounding urban fabric of the shrine and providing facilities for the visitors has lead to major decisions in the reset master plan of the city. According to the project vision, “ Qebleh Plaza” is the most significant urban interface space to connect city to the religious complex located at the historical center of Mashhad.The plaza is mainly programmed as an in-between space to facilitate entry and exit of pilgrims to the complex alongside hosting events and overflow crowd during special occasions. The project will consist of 6 levels of urban subterranean space including public transport stations, public spaces and facilities, besides access to the underground level of the religious complex at level 1-, commercial and cultural spaces at level 2-, parking spaces at level 3- and 4-, line 3 subway station and related spaces at level 5- and 6-. The proposal is based on the idea of creating maximum usable surface at the plaza level to be able to accept the influx of population, yet considering the essential need to provide porous surface to supply light, ventilation and easy access to the underground levels. Provide a variety of movement, access and gathering spaces.


Ground Floor

-1 Floor

-2 Floor

Commercial

-3 Floor

Residential Cultural Service area for pilgrims Subway

-4 Floor

Parking Aervice area Mechanical room Vertical circulation

-5 Floor

Urban transit corridor

-6 Floor


-1 Floor


-2 Floor

-3 Floor


Tehran Eco-Corridor promenade competition


Year: 2015

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 18,000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Competition Responsibility: • Member of design team in design development • responsible for developing site plan • responsible for presenting plans and diagrams • responsible for coordinating project team and integrating all project elements into unified designs

Tehran eco-corridor promenade, located at the modern business and administrative district of the city, is a major urban void with 600m length and 50m width. The competition aimed to reach concepts to develop a pedestrian promenade and bridge with emphasis on the panoramic view from the site to the city skyline and considering natural, cultural and historical values of Valiasr st. as the most iconic street in Tehran.


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The topographical conditions of site demands construction of a pedestrian bridge to provide continuous movement at the intersection with valiasr street, while not interrupting visual corridor of the street toward Alborz mountain range.


Farm as a place for urban agriculture cooperative

Chess playing field

Greenhouse as a place for urban agriculture and participation

Outdoor amphitheater

Theatre and a place for performance

Gathering place, outdoor theater Fruit garden as a place for urban and a place for performance agriculture cooperative

Fountain and gathering place

Domestic market


% 80 % 20

Eco-corridor axis

Eco-corridor axis

% 20 % 80

Distribution of open indoor and out door spaces in adjacent lots of corridor

Strengthen the physical and visual connections with the surrounding buildings

Create urban terraced with step down surrounding buildings


The public plaza under the corridor

As building faรงades are inseparable part of an urban landscape project, green faรงade is proposed to conceptually integrate the landscape with the fronting facades.

Eco-corridor promenade above east-west direction above the public plaza


THE WHITE GALLERY PRIVATE GALLERY


Year: 2015

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 726 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Built Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development • Responsible for developing plans & Sections

The White Gallery is an architectural exercise in realigning the potentials and limitations of «in-fill» typology when it comes to creating a performative space for exhibition of art work. The explicit and deliberate difference, in both figuration and configuration of the interior and exterior of the project, highlights the challenges to be faced in juxtaposition of the duo of typology and program. The project is simultaneously extroverted and introverted: From within, the space is organized around the core idea of maximized sectional continuity. The continuum reaches outward while being maintained inside. Spacio- sectional porosity allows for layering of the perspectival views it offers the spectator. From the outside and at first glance, the project is conceived and meant to be perceived as an autonomous and solid object and a composition of abstracted Euclidean forms with an utmost level of opacity. This is in line with the dense morphology of the surrounding residential context. Just like a « Cabinet de curiosités» the historic predecessor of museums and galleries, the White Gallery appears as a puzzling representational space, not to be decoded unless one enters its space of representation…


VOLUMETRIC DESIGN PROCESS

BASEMENT -1

GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

CIRCULATION


GALLERY

OFFICE GALLERY OPEN SPACE GALLERY OPEN SPACE GALLERY

CAFE GALLERY

GALLERY GALLERY OPEN SPACE GALLERY

OFFICE GALLERY

GALLERY SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

OPEN SPACE GALLERY OPEN SPACE GALLERY

GALLERY OPEN SPACE GALLERY

GALLERY CAFE GALLERY

FROM HORIZONTAL TO VERTICAL FUNCTION DISTRIBUTION

SECTION CONNECTIVITY: THE PROJECT & THE CITY


PRIVATE GALLERY OFFICE PUBLIC GALLERY

LOBBY CAFE GALLERY ARCHIVE RESULTED ARRANGMENT IN SECTION

ACCESS TO NATURAL LIGHT


eilkhaneh residential apartment


Year: 2014

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 500 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Built Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development • Responsible for developing plans & Sections

Tribe House examines the possibility of designing for real homes within the framework of erecting an infill apartment. Tribe House is a four-story building that houses three residential units for members of one big family. The lot of the project meets an inner lot in the north that its street access is limited to a 1 meter wide alley along the western border of our project. In the east, the neighboring lot has a depth that is equal to the sum of the depth of our project’s lot and the northern neighbor. This means that the mass of the building in the eastern lot will never cover the eastern facade of our project. This is due to the zoning bylaw inTehran that exacts a maximum buildable envelope of %60 of the depth of the lot plus 2 meters. Hence, our project ends up having 4 facades, whereas according to the zoning bylaws it is considered an infill!


Saqqez Residential-Commercial Complex


Year: 2015

Location: Kordestan/Iran

Scale: 12,000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: under construction Responsibility: • Project manager in design development and preparing documents • Responsible for analyzing building code and space requirements • Responsible for developing plans, coordinating project team and attending meetings with clients, contractors and other specialists • Responsible for programming and writing the design reports

This building is suited in a most important boulevard in a little city “ Saqqez” that led us to proposed a complex which has a main façade along this axis. With 65%, the block looks dense at first glance so we designed different edges of exterior boarder of each floor. This complex is consisted of a supermarket, two commercial floors, two parking levels.


SHARIATI commercial building


Year: 2014

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 500 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Built Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development • Responsible for developing plans & Sections

This project is sited in front of British Embassy Garden which remains in Northern Tehran lately. The strategy of setting footprint and extrusion of blocks helps to have more sights of view in each floors , meanwhile making a platform in ground floor as a public space.


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MEHRSHAHR residential complex


Year: 2011

Location: Karaj / Iran

Scale: 632500 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Competition Responsibility: • Member of the design team for developing plans Responsible for presenting diagrams

This project as a residential master plan is designed on the basis of theory rather than detail design. The high level concept of this project defines coexisting with the neighbors in the neighborhood as the smallest template of housing units instead of the cohabitation of the members of family in a unit as the smallest template of having units. Reintroducing yards in housing units with defining privatesemi private- public and semi-public as inseparable parts of the units


babolsar residential village


Year: 2014

Location: Mazandaran / Iran

Scale: 280000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Non executed Responsibility: • Project manager in design development and preparing documents • Responsible for analyzing building code and space requirements • Responsible for developing plans, coordinating project team and attending meetings with clients, contractors and other specialists • Responsible for programming and writing the design reports

This complex is located in North of Iran just in front of Caspian sea. This complex owns 1 kilometer of the shore. We designed a lot of entertainment areas for residents of this complex. The high level concept is designing some units in a neighborhood which each cottage make advantages of more gardens and their view instead of just one. This village is consisted of 248 sea side houses ,local commercial building, outdoor and indoor sport fields.


‫کالبدی و شمای فیزیکی‬ ‫مجموعهسناریوهای کالبدی و شمای‬ ‫‪-5-1‬ارائه‬

‫فرادست پروژه‬ ‫تبیین اهداف‬ ‫‪-1‬‬ ‫مجموعه‬ ‫فیزیکی‬

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‫‪ -1‬تبیین اهداف فرادست پروژه‬

‫‪-1-5-1‬روند طراحی‬

‫‪PUBLIC‬‬

‫‪�9‬تیپ بندی واحد ها ی ویالیی‬

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‫بــا توجــه بــه بررســی هــای انجــام شــده بــر مبنــای موقعیــت‬ ‫زمیــن در شــاخه همســایگی (سرشــاخه‪ ،‬میانــه شــاخه‪ ،‬انشــعاب‬ ‫شــاخه) و متــراژ زمیــن مجموعــا ‪ 7‬تیــپ ویالیــی بــرای پــروژه‬ ‫طراحــی شــده اســت� هــر ‪ 7‬تیــپ طراحــی شــده بــر مینــای‬ ‫یــک تایــپ مــواد دوپــاره کــه در آن فضاهــای عمومــی و‬ ‫فضاهــای خصوصــی بواســطه یــک فضــای میانــه نیمــه بــاز از‬ ‫یکدیگــر جــدا شــده انــد‪ ،‬طراحــی شــده انــد�‬

‫ی کالبدی و شمای فیزیکی مجموعه‬

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‫بخش اول ‪ -‬انجام مطالعات امکانسنجی و ارایه ایده های کلی طراحی‬

‫‪ -1‬تبیین اهداف فرادست پروژه‪L TYPE‬‬

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‫موعه‬

‫بخش اول ‪ -‬انجام مطالعات امکانسنجی و ارایه ایده های کلی طراحی‬

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‫‪DESIGN IDEA‬‬

‫ارائه سناریوهای کالبدی و شمای فیزیکی مجموعه‬

‫بخش اول ‪ -‬انجام مطالعات امکانسنجی و ارایه ایده های کلی طراحی‬

‫‪ -1‬تبیین اهداف فرادست پروژه‬

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‫‪SITE PLAN‬‬


HAVAFANAVAR residential village


Year: 2014

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 500 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Built Responsibility: • Member of the design team in design development • Responsible for developing plans & Sections

An aviation themed technological exhibition as a regional and city-scale urban destination and public green space. This project is designed for an unknown investment / financial projects in future.


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‫ﮐﻨﺎﻥﮐﻴﻨﮓ ﮐـﺎرﭘـﺎر‬ ‫ﮔﺎﻥﮐﻨﻨﺪﺩﻳﺪﮐﻴﻨﮓ ﺑـﺎزﭘـﺎر‬

G3

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PMAHAN

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MAHAN

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EKBATAN RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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Network as a designed paradigm. Network as a dynamic/adaptive and logical organization like circular nodes and multiple ties.


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D1 DENSITY : 600% FLOORS : 14

LEVEL -1

LEVEL 0

DENSITY : 300% FLOORS : 7

LEVEL -1

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 0

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

KEY PLAN

KEY PLAN

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nashtaroud residential cmmercial complex


Year: 2013

Location: Mazandaran / Iran

Scale: 30000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Non executed Responsibility: • Project manager in design development and preparing documents • Responsible for analyzing building code and space requirements • Responsible for developing plans, coordinating project team and attending meetings with clients, contractors and other specialists • Responsible for programming and writing the design reports

This complex is located in North of Iran just in front of Caspian sea. The high level concept is designing a housein-the-air which some floors allocated to a mixture of units and services accessible to residents. The especial part of this project is elevated gardens and shared corridors which help residents to have a house in height. Some of larger units have the separate units for themselves. This complex is consisted of one parking level, one local commercial level, one entertainment area level, nine residential floors and an outdoor pool and roof garden on the top.


polour Mountain Retreat Village


Year: 2014

Location: Mazandaran / Iran

Scale: 280000 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Non executed Responsibility: • Project manager in design development and preparing documents • Responsible for analyzing building code and space requirements • Responsible for developing plans, coordinating project team and attending meetings with clients, contractors and other specialists • Responsible for programming and writing the design reports

Climatic maters and topography is the most important parameters in designing this village. They should cause least excavation to be more beneficial environmentally and economically. Site location is one hour and a half far from Tehran. A large number of users are upper middle class which buy a mountain villa as a second home in summer time. This village consisted 118 villa, 100 apartment units and local commercial building. Designing in topography is the most challenging apart of the design. The design is a simple arrangement of spaces within a predominantly open plan. The external appearance of the building uses the heavily rendered stone to express a cubic form embedded in the side of the mountain among


Slope 0%-10%

SLOPE

Slope 10%-25%

Slope 25% - 40%

Small - smaller than 250 sqm

DIMENSION

Large - larger than 250 sqm

From Top

ACCESS

From Bottom


AFTAB COMMERCIAL COMPLEX


Year: 2012

Location: Tehran / Iran

Scale: 68,790 sqm

Firm: [Shift] Process Practice Status: Competiotion Responsibility: • Member of design team in design development • Responsible for presenting plans & sections • Responsible for Analyzing Building code and space requirements

The main idea of the project is letting the city come inside the complex, in such a way that each citizen can easily walk to the space at the same level of the street and take advantages from public space so it minimizes the dominance of this huge complex over the content. The importance of making public spaces in early structure areas led us to created three yards which connected to the city smoothly.


Structure

Design Process

To expand public activity through the building

open views towards the city


Plan level 0.00

Plan level 7.20 1 HOME APPLIANCE STORE 2 LOCAL RETAIL 3 BANK 4 OFFICE 5 RESTAURANT 6 COFFEE SHOP 7 PLAYHOUSE 8 SHARED CONFERENCE ROOM 9 STAIRS & ELEVATOR 10 WC 11 KITCHENETTE 12 PUBLIC URBAN SPACE 13 TERRACE 14 PARKING 15 MECHANICAL ROOM 16 SUPPORTING AREA


Access


Plan level 18.00

Plan level 14.40

1 HOME APPLIANCE STORE 2 LOCAL RETAIL 3 BANK 4 OFFICE 5 RESTAURANT 6 COFFEE SHOP 7 PLAYHOUSE 8 SHARED CONFERENCE ROOM 9 STAIRS & ELEVATOR 10 WC 11 KITCHENETTE 12 PUBLIC URBAN SPACE 13 TERRACE 14 PARKING 15 MECHANICAL ROOM 16 SUPPORTING AREA


2010 . 2012

Arsh design studio


Re s i dent i a l C o m pl ex for Members of Iran Parliment


Year: Location: 2009-2011 Tehran / Iran

Scale: 54,000 sqm

Firm: Arsh Design Studio Status: Under Construction Responsibility: Member of the design team in Design Development – Design Development for residential blocks composition and interior design of residential units.

Residential Complex for members of Iran Parliament is located in south plots of Baharestan square in Downtown Tehran. The site is suited across the Iran Parliament and is located in a historical context with mosques and schools over -100years old. The project is to provide 300 apartments for members of Iran Parliament and each of them has an area around 180 square meters. The complex was designed in 18 different blocks with four levels in each.


Ofogh Residential Complex


Year: Location: 2011-2015 Tehran / Iran

Scale: 280,000 sqm

Firm: Arsh Design Studio Status: Under Construction Responsibility: Member of the design team in Design Development – Responsible for distributing units in different blocks and designing parking floors & Commercial blocks – Project Manager in preparing construction documents – Responsible for coordinating project team and integrating all project elements into unified designs, attending meetings with clients and contractors.

Ofogh Residential complex is located in a 15.2 hectares in west of Tehran. The project is consisted of 1600 apartments, a local shopping center, commercial blocks and a primary school to serve its inhabitants. The project designed in 11 blocks with 15 floors above the ground and 3 blocks with 4 floors above the ground. 23 different types of apartments with areas from 45 to 250 square meters were distributed in different blocks. The more spacious units have their own private yard, or some of them are duplex units. with 30% of footage, the blocks got attaches to each other. Therefore we proposed a dynamic double-façade for the residential floors which not even provides privacy for each units, but also let the residents control the sunlight and view in their rooms.


2008 . 2010

Hendese Nira Architects


Baharan Residential Complex


Year: Location: 2008-2010 Tehran / Iran

Scale: 9,000 sqm

Firm: Hendese Nira Architects Status: Built Responsibility: • Member of design team in design development • Performed Weekly site supervision of two ongoing projects

We firm hired for design, while the building structure assembly was just started and due to project deadline, the client request from our firm was limited to interior spaces and exterior façades design Therefore, our suggestion to redesign and re-apply for building permit with new design was not accepted. Ultimately, we had the chance to convince the City and client to let our office to design the building with the condition of getting fire codes approval for new design and to keep the approved structure, total GFA, floors and building envelope in new design.


2004 . 2006

Urartu Consultants


Shahran Residential Tower


Year: 2010-2015

Location: Tabriz / Iran

Scale: 38,000 sqm

Firm: Urartu Consultants Status: Built Responsibility: • Preparing such as

construction documents plans and layouts

Shahran Tower is the highest residential building in Tabriz. It is a -24floor building consisting of 196 apartments with a variety of areas from 110 square meters to 320 square meters for units. In the ground floor, in addition to 4 units there are public facilities provided for inhabitants; such as a supermarket, a conference room, a kindergarten and a gym. The upper floors are all apartments from 6 to 10 units in each floor. 3 basement floors are allocated to parking lots, storage areas for flats, mechanical room and the swimming pool. I entered the project during the last stages of design development phase and then I was a member of the design team for preparing construction documents. Designing layouts and presenting plans was one of my responsibilities.


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