ali dehghani + ali soltani + atefeh karbasi: no name shop ali dehghani + ali soltani + atefeh karbasi: no name shop
oct 25, 2012

ali dehghani + ali soltani + atefeh karbasi: no name shop

‘no name shop’ by ali dehghani + ali soltani + atefeh karbasi images © farshid nasrabadi 

based in iran, the ‘no name shop’ by architects ali dehghani, ali soltani, atefeh karbasi takes the design experience of a building without a specific application requiring ordinary insight. by cutting the project property from the middle on the north-south axis, four separate half-levels and floors are separated, creating different layers of fluidity and visual fluency.

due to cost effectivity, the interior effect is achieved by the implementation of ample staircases with low steps. a proper sense of movement and presence provides a deep and expanded view starting from the entrance of the complex towards all levels. led by colorful lines on a simple background that direct a great volume of light flow towards the top to the lower sections of the development.


project information:

architects: ali dehghani, ali soltani, atefeh karbasi client: jaafar hamidi najafabadi location: najafabad- iran project year: 2012 built area: 794 sqm

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  • درود برشما

    Ali keshavarz says:
  • merccccccc iranian designers 🙂

    amination says:
  • those cameras wont stop the glass window being smashed

    DADAP says:
  • Dadap thanks for your comment .the glasses are laminate and dont break.

    Ali says:
  • vay che ghadr khoshal shodam az iran to in site kar didam ali bood

    faezeh says:
  • Viva IRAN and Viva Young Iranian Architecters…Good Luck

    LiLi says:
  • kivĂĄlĂł hallgatĂłi munka

    TaTi says:

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