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Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj, Iran

Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj Iran

Gallery of Amir Villa / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni - 18

Gallery of Amir Villa / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni - 18

Kouhsar Villa Architect: Nextoffice (Alireza Taghaboni) Location: Kordan, Karaj, Iran Date: 2012 Area: 1118 sqm Design: Alireza Taghaboni Mechanical Consultant: Hoofar Esmaeeli Electrical Consultant: Nina Amooshahi Landscape Consultant: Babak Mostofisadri Construction: Ejraye Khas Office Graphic & Presentation: Hiva Farajpour Bakhtiari, Farzad Kafaee, Asal Karami, Sepideh Sarrafzadeh Zargar Photo: Parham Taghioff, Mandana Mansouri Awards: 2nd Place of Memar Award 1391

Kouhsar Villa by Nextoffice: redevelopment of a house in Kordan, Iran

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Exterior aspect of Amir Villa in Karaj, Iran by Nextoffice – Alireza Taghaboni

© Parham Taghioff

Amir Villa / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni

© Parham Taghioff

Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj, Iran

Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj Iran

Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj, Iran

Studio Nextoffice designs Amir Villa in Karaj Iran

Photographer Frederik Vercruysse give us an exclusive inside look at the estate of the Belgian Axel Vervoordt – art dealer, collector and interior designer – Read more on wallpaper* mag

Kouhsar Villa_Next Office / Alireza Taghaboni

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Image 2 of 20 from gallery of Kouhsar Villa / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni. Photograph by Parham Taghioff

Gallery of Sharifi-ha House / Nextoffice - Alireza Taghaboni - 45

Gallery of Sharifi-ha House / Nextoffice - Alireza Taghaboni - 45

Image 45 of 45 from gallery of Sharifi-ha House / Nextoffice - Alireza Taghaboni. Photograph by Salar Motahari

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Gallery of Kouhsar Villa / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni - 4

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these wood slats are utilitarian in the way they are connected to the substrate — countersunk screws — but note the care in angling the top of the projecting pieces, so water sheds off the wood. contemporary exterior by Fougeron Architecture FAIA

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