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A Portrait Of The Young Man As An Artist ..................................................................... 05 Museum of Modern Art BS, Architectural Design Studio III - Winter / Spring 2013

Memories Of Green ....................................................................................................... 13 General Hospital BS, Architectural Design Studio IV - Fall 2013 / Winter 2014

House Of The Raising Sun ............................................................................................ 23 Residential Complex BS, Architectural Design V - Winter / Spring 2014

This Place Is A Shelter .................................................................................................. 33 Homeless Shelter BS Thesis - Summer / Fall 2014

A Thousand Splendid Suns ........................................................................................... 45 Cultural Center International Competition - Winter 2015


A Portrait Of The Young Man As An Artist BS, Architectural Design Studio III Prof: Pantea Eslami, Alireza Sherafati Project: Individual Project

A Portrait Of The Young Man As An Artist is a museum of modern art which is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary exhibitions and collection of modern and contemporary art are dedicated to helping people understand and enjoy the art. A Portrait Of The Young Man As An Artist as a museum is a place for the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental.The museum mission is helping Iranian people to understand and enjoy the modern art better.  Art may be found in museums, but it almost never begins there. For example you can discover some of the different ways that artists represent place and use materials from their environment, as seen in works by Vincent van Gogh, Piet Mondrian and Gordon Matta-Clark. This museum shows the new ways of art.

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SITE ANALYSIS Museum’s site is located in Valieasr Street in Tehran. Valiasr Street is a tree-lined street that dividing the metropolis into western and eastern parts. It’s considered one of Tehran’s main thoroughfares and commercial centeRs. It’Ss also the longest street in the Middle East, and once was reported as one of the longest in the world.Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants. The city can be roughly divided into two different parts - north and south. The northern districts of Tehran are more prosperous, modern, cosmopolitan and expensive while southern parts are less attractive but cheaper. Site is Located in the middle of this two pars at the center of the city which is suitable place for both part of the town and all type of people that are living in Tehran.

PUBLIC PARK .............................

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IE VAL EET

STR RAMTIN HOTEL ............................. GASS STATION .......

CITY STAIRS ................. SIMORGH HOTEL ................................ RESTAURANT .............

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FIRST IDEA MUSEUM VISITING WAYS 1-The visitor is strolling between interwinted halls and can see the collections randomly (CONFUSING) 

1 Main Entrance 2 Gallery 3 Side Gallery 4 Workshop 5 Main Hall

CONFUSING

2-The visitor has to pass through a predestined pathway to see the collection from the beginning to the end. (RESTRICTED)  3-The visitor can choose a path through different pathways and see the collection in a individually chosen route (INDIVIDUAL) I choose an indicidual pathway for my museum. In my opinion every person is different and unique so every visitor deserves to have a unique experince.d Visitors choose their own pathway and it seems to them that they can choose their own destination. But I am the one who knows how many visitors whould choose a specified pathway and every pathway eventually leads visitors to the last hall.

1 Main Entrance 2 Gallery

RESTRCTED

3 Side Gallery 5 Main Hall

HIERARCHIAL NETWORK unique user Experince

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PLANS & SECTIONS 1Main Entrance 2 Ramp 3 Gallery 4 Void 5 Workshop 6 Main Hall 7 Vertical Circulation 8 Co-Working Office 9 Management Office 10 Kitchen 11 Restaurant 12 Cafe 13 Restroom

FIRST FLOOR North

GROUND FLOOR North

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FLOOR -1 North


SECTION C-C

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

1Main Entrance 3 Gallery 6 Main Hall 13 Restroom 14 Maintenance

1Main Entrance 3 Gallery 6 Main Hall 9 Management Office 11 Restaurant 12 Cafe 9


Memories Of Green BS, Architectural Design Studio IV Prof: Mohammad Mahdi Safaee Project: Individual project

Memories of Green is a general hospital. Designing healthcare facilities has always been of paramount important of plathora for designers and healtcare managers. Challenge of creating a suitable atmosphere and pleasant sense of space for patients and their famillies is a really intense and also important issue to think about during the process of designing a hospital. Besides, of course managmet of different spaces and functios and also trying to found the most efficient and optimized combination according to the restrictions and pre-defined relationship between spaces is important too. The start point of the project was a comprehensive research about what happening in a hospital and generating a list of required rooms and spaces and also their pre-defined dimensions and relationship according to the standard that is published by ministry hygiene and healthcare center rules.

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SITE ANALYSIS In designing this hospital three main characteristics are applied: Light, landscape and color. Maximum use of natural day light (even in corridors). recently, researchers at the Swiss federal Instutute of Technology found that people who are hospitalizing in environments with natural lights recorded higher level of revovery and health than those in artificially-lit places. Often the most frustrating parts of a hospital is their corridors. But if the light rushes into the corridors, the negative feature may disappears. Room with individually controlled heat & light system. Maximum landscape view from every patient’s rooms. A white exterior color (Neo Modern): In modernism, the white walls aspires to operate transhistorically and transgeographically as the pure expression of a transcendentally appropriate architecture.

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TOPOGRAPHY GREEN

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TRAFFIC LOAD TOPOGRAPHY MODIFIED

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CONCEPT OF DESIGN The final volum of the project is the result of series of processes both on the site and the program. The final mass foot print is generated from consideration of four different entrances to the hospital which was produced by the program: 1-Main Entrance, 2-Emergency Entrance, 3-Infirmary Entrance and 4-Patient Ward Entrance. The general orientation of the project is bassed on condition of the site and the main program of designing the healthcare center. the building basically divided the site into the different areas and functions and defined variety of spaces. Whitin this platform and shaped project, small adjustments are made to reach the proper sense and quality of spaces. As an example, the polyclinic area is divided into its sub clinics by adding small green areas. The main dining area is located in the bottom of the main void garden. Private courtyard which placed in the north side of the building overlooking to the green areas and lands in the north of the plot.

First Main Access Way

Second Main Access Way

Four Different Entrances

Final Volume


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OPERATION

MATERNITY

EMERGENCY

POLYCLINIC


SECTION E-E OPERATION MATERNITY

SECTION C-C ADMINISTRATION

SECTION D-D EMERGENCY & INFIRMARY

SECTION B-B POLYCLINIC

SECTION A-A PATIENT WARD

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ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION


House Of The Raising Sun BS, Architectural Design Studio V Prof: Roham Maghsoudlou Project: Individual project

House Of The Raising Sun is a residential complex which includes single-family housing, multi-family residential, or mobile homes. Zoning for resindential use permits some services or work opportunities. It permits low density uses. House Of The Raising Sun includes a smaller FAR (floor area ratio) than business, commercial or manufacturing certain zoning.This residential building is mainly designed for students who are looking for a house off campus. The facilities are basic but smart which every students can afford. There are also some facilities such as library and cafeteria for studying.

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SITE ANALYSIS

GREEN SPACE

TRAFFIC LOAD

ADJUCENTS

The final volume of this project is result of several processes on the site and the. The final mass footprints are generated by considering two different entrances to the site. The general orientaition of the project is based on the city’s climate condition and shape of the site.  The permitted building site is calculated by the following equation 1500sqmx20%=3000sqm=55x55sqm The manipulated perimeter block is clearly defined in its four corners but opened internally and along the sides. The vis-a-vis with the neighbor is eliminated by pushing the slabits center, ensuring diagonal views to the vast open fields around, the building volume provides optimal air, light and views to all flats.    24


LANDSCAPE

A 55x55 sqm rectangle was designed.

Then the rectangle was divided into sixteen 14x14sqm rectangles.

PLAZA STAIRS

Next, all the site was divided into the same 14x14sqm rectangles.

PLAZA STAIRS

GROUND FLOOR

The skewed main ground Two main entrance were The legal clearance to the was corrected by dividing designed for the project. neighboring building was it into two approximately regarded. equal-regtangular shapes.

RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS

The legal clearance to the A 55x55 sqm rectangle was Final volume. neighboring building was designed. regarded.

PLAZA

GYM BUILDINGS

LANDSCAPE

CAFE LIBRARY STUDY

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BLOCK A 3 STORIES 3 PLAN TYPE 8 UNITS 760 SQM

BLOCK B

BLOCK B 3 STORIES 4 PLAN TYPE 4 UNITS 600 SQM

BLOCK C|D|E|F

BLOCK C|D|E|F 2 STORIES 3 PLAN TYPE 4 UNITS 400 SQM

BLOCK G|H 2 STORIES 2 PLAN TYPE G: 8 UNITS | H: 4 UNITS 400 SQM

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A Some of apartments have a doubleheight space to the north and alborz montains some others have a panoramic view to the south and to the city. Access to the apartments is via walkaways which are connected by a one main plaza. The perimiter of the blocks are defined by their cubic shape and their four corners. Volumes have optimum ventilation, light and views in all homes. The ground floor with a geometry that starts from a square divided through the site, and made these 9 blockes offers public spaces for gathering and socializing. The built volumes are open-air natural light and views trough regtangular balconies that characterize the facade facing of the buildings.kThe buildings were constructed with simple materials yet exquisite, large glass and concrete. The walls and ceillings in most of the  places show a completation in white concrete and all interior stairs and railings are panted white steel. All exterior walls of the publice balconies are made of glass. The walls of the interior corridors, giving access to the houses were painted with white colors.

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ELEVATION

ELEVATION BLOCK C|D|E|F

ELEVATION BLOCK G|H

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ELEVATION BLOCK C|D|E|F

ELEVATION BLOCK G|H


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This Place Is A Shelter BS, Thesis Project Supervisor: Roham Maghsoudloo Project: Individual project

This Place Is A Shelter is a type of homeless service agency which provides temporary residence for homeless individuals and families. This shelter exists to provide clients with safety and protection from exposure to the weather while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact on the community. This is similar to, but distinguishable from, various types of emergency shelters, which are typically operated for specific circumstances and populations fleeing natura disasters or abusive social circumstances. Extreme weather conditions create problems similar to disaster management scenarios, and are handled with warming centers, which typically operate for short durations during adverse weather. Hundreds of homeless individuals die each year from  diseases, untreated medical conditions, lack of nutrition, starvation, and freezing to death.

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SITE ANALYSIS

Site is located in a quiet, less crowded district of the city, which provide a great opportunity to design a shelter for homless people especially due to its outstanding traits. As a matter of fact, the great weather condition, less air pollution, less population density and so forth all and all creat a suitable place for locating a homeless shelter. Besides, homeless people can take the advantages of using Chitgar Park and Chitgar Lake due to the adjuncy to the site.


Process: This site design process is divided up into three sections; research phase, analysis phase, and synthesis phase. These three phases are divided into the eight chronological steps in the design process. Research phase: The first step is defining the problem and its defintion. This is part of the research phase. The site design and site planning process begins with the initial problem to be solved. This is started by a client contracting a planner to work with a particular site. Analysis phase: The next step involves programming the site as well as site and user analysis, which is focused on in-depth. There are numerous site elements related to the analysis during this phase. This is part of the analysis phase in site planning. Synthesis phase: From the analysis, a program is developed, which is part of the synthesis phase. The third step deals with schematic design of a site plan as well as a preliminary cost estimate for the site. Step four involves more developed designs and a detailed cost estimate. Step five is the construction documents for the plan. Bidding and contracting for the project follows as step six. Concupation and management of the site. 35


CONCEPT DIAGRAM This design is a new approach to public services by combining a supporting housing with a medical rehabilitation center. The main goal of this design is to provide medical services, accommodation facilities and consultation services for the homeless people in order to change their living condition from unstable status to stable one. To reach this goal, this center is divider into three compartments. The three distinct program elements are “Welcome Building” a “Day-Center” (provide services such as wellness center, community spaces, client dayuse services), a “shelter” (temporary dormitories for homeless men). The “Welcome Building” provides a transitional space between the street and safety of the center.

01 AREA

02 EXTRUDE

03 DIVIDED

04 WEST ADJUSTMENT

05 SOUTH ADJUSTMENT

06 EAST ADJUSTMENT

07 NEEDED AREA

08 EXTRA SPACES FOR COURTYARD

09 GET CLOSSER

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NEEDED + COURTYARD 1700 sqm 42x42

WELCOME BUILDING SHELTER MEDICAL COURTYARD

MEDICAL CENTER REHABILITATION BEST VIEW TO THE LAKE

COURTYARD PULLED OUT

WELCOME BUILDING ACCESS WAY

SHELTER BEST DAY-LIGHT

BUILDING PULLED BACK MORE AREA FOR COURTYARD

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SHELTER & REHABILITATION

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AREA ROOFS

EXTRUTION WALLS

DIVIDED

COURTYARD WELCOME BUILDING

SHELTER MEDICAL CENTER

TRADITIONAL HOUSES

MODERN HOUSES

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PLANS & SECTIONS

BLOCK A WELCOME BUILDING 1 STORIES 650 sqm (floor area)

BLOCK B SHELTER 2 STORIES 350 sqm (floor area)

BLOCK A WELCOME BUILDING

BLOCK A WELCOME BUILDING

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BLOCK C MED. CENTER 2 STORIES 650 sqm (floor area)

BLOCK B SHELTER

BLOCK B SHELTER

BLOCK C MEDICAL CENTER

BLOCK C MED CENTER


BLOCK A WELCOME BUILDING SECTION E-E

BLOCK B SHELTER SECTION A-A

BLOCK C MED. CENTER SECTION C-C

BLOCK A WELCOME BUILDING SECTION F-F

BLOCK B SHELTER SECTION B-B

BLOCK C MED. CENTER SECTION D-D

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A Tousand Splendid suns International Competition In Cooperation With RMM Architects Internship

A Thousand Splendid Suns is the Bamiyan Cultural Centre (an international architectural competition) which UNESCO and the Ministry of Information and Culture of Afghanistan, with the generous financial support of the Republic of Korea, are implementing to build. The Centre will be located near the boundary of the World Heritage property, the Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley. The purpose of the project is to promote heritage safe-guarding and crosscultural awareness, and thereby contribute to the broader aims of reconciliation, peace-building and economic development in the country


SITE ANALYSIS The first observation and review of documents, project’s site and surrounding lands, contained the following information for us: Bamyan is located between two mountain, on the riverbed and has linear settlement (Located on the Silk Route). On the cliff face of the elegant mountain nearby the project’s site “the empty niches where the giant Buddha has once stood, reminding us of Afghanistan’s recent divisive past” Observation & Interpretation

MOUNTAIN Budhha Cliff

RIVER

Fuladi River

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Tiny holes are metaphors of the individuality (verusus pluralism) in Afghanistan while large holes promising path to a brighter future (alliance and ethnic unity) A difference in height between the two main levels at the project‘s site (two platform, the difference is about 10 meters).


This Alternative is impresive but covering the This alternative is modest one.fcreats two side This alternative is our favorite due to the fact To access the complex, there are two ways: main view of the Buddha Cliff spaces. One pointed to the Buddha cliff, the that with this alternative we can take the ad- First connection through the roof and followother pointed the opposite view. vantages of both the land and sightseen (Bud- ing the routes on top to reach vertical access dha cliff) for design points

The Second, way through the gap in the middle of the building.The second is more appealing because of having an element of surprise and mystery for patrons to get to the court yard

Concept Of Design: In general organization of the design and establishment of functions on the site, the following items have been considered: Holes and fosses are the architectural features of the region and has been the general pattern which have been influenced on the formation of the project. Their main purpose are maintaining the general appearance of the area, the minmum manipulation in the land and using natural contours of the site, in order to uphold the principles of sustainabilit, the landscape, and cost efficiency. Considering commonalities in culture and regional coordination and dunction of the project, we present a design to the culture of the Bamiyan and the peaceful and delighted future of Afghanistan. 47


PLANS & SECTIONS

Ground Floor Plan

01-EXHIBITION SPACE 02-RETAIL STORE 03-TEA HOUSE 04-COLLECTION STORAGE 05-PERFORMANCE HALL 06-OFF STAGE AREA 07-RECEPTION 08-LOBBY

09-MAIN PUBLIC BATHROOM 10-ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 11-WORKSHOP STUDIO 12-MUSICIAN PERFORMANCE ROOM 13-PRIVATE RESTROOMS 14-RESEARCH ROOM 15-ONE OFFICE 16-QUIET / STUDY ROOMS

17-LIBRARY 18-CLASSROOM 19-OFFICES 20-KITCHENETTE 21-CONFRANCE ROOM 22-MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL 23-OPEN TO BELOW

North-West Elevation Section B-B


North-East Elevation

Section A-A

First Floor Plan

01-EXHIBITION SPACE 02-RETAIL STORE 03-TEA HOUSE 04-COLLECTION STORAGE 05-PERFORMANCE HALL 06-OFF STAGE AREA 07-RECEPTION 08-LOBBY

09-MAIN PUBLIC BATHROOM 10-ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 11-WORKSHOP STUDIO 12-MUSICIAN PERFORMANCE ROOM 13-PRIVATE RESTROOMS 14-RESEARCH ROOM 15-ONE OFFICE 16-QUIET / STUDY ROOMS

17-LIBRARY 18-CLASSROOM 19-OFFICES 20-KITCHENETTE 21-CONFRANCE ROOM 22-MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL 23-OPEN TO BELOW

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Cooperation In Designing The Exhibition Pavilion

Dsesigning the exhibition pavilion in the City Planning Exhibition (Workshop of Digital Design) Under supervision of Hadi Ghoddusifar, Assistant Professor of Faculty of Art and Architecture, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch Awarded first place for designing of the exhibition pavilion Awarded first place for creativity and innovation in  designing from Ministry of Cty Planning.

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Design and Production of Metal Jewelry

For as long as I remember, I’ve been excited for all handi crafts. My interest for the handmade crafts and jewelry started back in my secondary school days when I made some custom designed bracelets and earings which were best sellers in the local shops. In the summer 2012 I was introduced by a friend to one tallented handmade jewelry designer. Her skills an experties besides her passion for making unique jewelry excited me so much that I began to learn how to design and produce metal jewelry from her.

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Photography One of the main reasons that I choose architecture was my passion in photography. I used to barrow my father’s old camera and took pictures when I was a little kid. The main theme of my pictures during that time was buildings, especially old ones. Then I realized that I have a great desire in designing buildings and architecture. I could not stop looking at old buildings and not finding something special in almost all of them. I searched for their details, trying to capture all of them. The more a building was complex and detailed, the more I felt good and satisfied. That was when I wondered if taking a photograph of a building can cause this amount of happiness, how one feels standing in front of a hundred floor tower and watching people using this design and creations. I wanted to experience the happiness coming with designing such a detailed object. It was then when I realized I wanted to be an architect.  ow I am an architect but my desire and passion for N photorgraphy still persists. Here are some of my recent shots.  61


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Profile for Tandis Toofanian

PORTFOLIO 2013-2016  

Bachelor's projects (B.Arch) - IAU South Tehran Branch

PORTFOLIO 2013-2016  

Bachelor's projects (B.Arch) - IAU South Tehran Branch

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