AZADI SQ. COMPETITION, KERMAN, IRAN
Azadi Sq. Kerman, Iran
In the design of this square there are elements that are observed in Iranian architecture and especially in Kerman architecture. Like Iranian gardens Includes waterfront and green spaces, traditional materials including bricks and turquoise ceramics, and slalom designs. Of course, with architecture and modern vision, as you can see in the manual sketches and the concept, by changing the angle of the axis of the project and Creating an Iranian garden creates a connection between the main streets (Boulevard of Republic and Beheshti Street) and the square.
We are The main dock of this Iranian garden, located northeast of the square, is 225 columns with a cross section and a height of 30 meters, which is on 30 m, which can be arranged with x14x images and a large rectangle cube with 14 LEDs on each side. It is displayed in three-dimensional format on the screen. Instead of designing a static static element that has no advantages in No design, we have designed a dynamic element that can be used to draw shapes and images in different religious events. And culture, including birth, death, festivals, anniversaries, etc., along with this central element and the garden of two roof structures.The dome is designed to have an asymmetrical slim design on the outside, which is a Slalom design in domes. Kerman is also visible. So this is an interpretive field of traditional Iranian architecture with a completely modern look.
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