• Cultural, Educational & Historical   

Velayat Park Enterance Gate

This Design is a Velayat Park Enterance Gate play with space, physic and function. However, this game is challenging and designed by special laws, which are subject to turbulence and happens as a result of unpredictable.

Interaction between design and urban space as a puzzle game makes a special thinking for a while. This cause swallow viewers to enjoy and solve this problem.

A puzzle is a game in which you can reproduce the form which are divided into smaller sections and elements. These sections are combined together again and make the initial idea. The puzzle can conceive one by one with their location pieces in a stable and correspondence. That means that every piece just sits in your particular location and that location is also just about the same spot. Each piece has its own special character. Although it is not independent identity and suggests that the viewer’s mind about question: What are the other missing pieces. This art is hermeneutics today’s open-ended design problem. It is a Mystery in mind that your users can be more than one answer.

Urban symptoms creates harmony and contrast due to a variety of features such as a strong mental image in your audience. The proposed form could become a symbol for the park, because the form and height differentiated tissue adjacent building.

Velayat Park Enterance Gate as an urban element with recreational and cultural functions, gives a new life into outside. Moreover, the inside is a place for interaction and social relationships.

Exterior purity gives the internal diversity and it does not surprise pedestrians. Although modern and minimalist outer shell may have a proportional design which have geometrical break from Iranian architecture in the inner shell creating a different atmosphere.

  • Category

    • Cultural, Educational & Historical
  • Client

    • Tehran Beautification Organization
  • Location

    • Tehran, Iran
  • Area

    • 200   M2
  • Status

    • Completed
  • Year

    • 2011
  • Design Team


    Designer: Reza Mafakher, Reza Najafian
    Design Associate : Foruzan Vahdati, Nilgoon Raygan, Mohammad Hamzeh Loiee

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