Save this picture!© Deed Studio+ 24 Share “COPY” Brutal Variety / Ero Architects ArchDaily Housing Photographs: Deed Studio Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Area: 430 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Iran Projects Manufacturers: Atrina, DibaDesign Team:Sina Ehsani, Ali Abdolbaghi, Amir Akbarzad, Shayan Anvari, Ziba Golemola,, Neda Bozorgi, Erfan ShabaniDesigning Manager:Sina EhsaniCivil Engineering:Hossein NaghizadehMechanical:Eng. DaliliElectrical:Atrina Co.Executive Manager:Ali AbdolbaghiExecutive Associate:Behnoud Ghasemloo3D:Shayan AnvariModel:Soroush EhsaniClient:Karim Shirzad, Ali HajinoormohammadiGround Floor Area:285 sqmBuilt Area:2280 sqmArchitects In Charge:Sina Ehsani, Ali Abdolbaghi, Amir AkbarzadCity:TehranCountry:IranMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Deed StudioRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesText description provided by the architects. The Clients need was to design a 5 unit apartment, located in northern Tehran. First of all, private spaces (bedrooms) were located in north of the building and kitchen and bedroom and living room on the south to face the wooded view and sunlight. The building access is through a short and tiny dead end and the north facade faces it. One important challenge in the design of the north façade was to bold it so that it could appear enough in the dead end alley, without any extra element or ornament. On the other words, windows and the façade texture were the only important elements to be designed. Save this picture!© Deed StudioOn the first step, northern windows ( bedroom windows) were randomly moved in each bedroom to diversify the façade design. Next, the windows were rotated to bold the façade dimension so that it could be seen better from the beginning of the dead end. These rotated windows are between folded walls that are made by exposed concrete with wooden texture, to be better expressed without any covering material preventing them to be thick. Playing of light and shadow on the volumes of façade and the concrete texture has made the design more attractive. Save this picture!© Deed StudioSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Deed StudioThe green touch of the flowers is an inseperable element of the design and therefore the flowerboxes are automatically been irrigated. In southern façade, sunlight and view were the main parameters. The wide windows of living rooms are open to the neighboring garden and to control the sunlight, shading frames are used all around the windows. The interior of units have various spaces and has completely modern design by using high quality materials instead of diversity of colors and textures. Finally, the design elements are familiar to each other while they are variable and different and altogether making a Brutal Variety. Save this picture!© Deed StudioProject gallerySee allShow lessWoodpeckers / Ström ArchitectsSelected ProjectsOyamadai House / frontofficetokyoSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Ehteshamiyeh, Tehran, Tehran Province, IranLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share “COPY” Brutal Variety / Ero ArchitectsSave this projectSaveBrutal Variety / Ero Architects Year: 2015 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/797655/brutal-variety-ero-architects Clipboard Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/797655/brutal-variety-ero-architects Clipboard CopyAbout this officeEro ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingTehranIranPublished on October 21, 2016Cite: “Brutal Variety / Ero Architects” 20 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Previous articleTEXAS VIEW: GOP policy should support local controlNext articleFive things you need to know today, Jan. 18 admin Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Facebook WhatsApp City studies downtown TIRZ Twitter Local NewsGovernment City officials could hire an outside consultant to study an economic development zone for downtown Odessa, after an internal study suggested such a strategy aimed at helping to pay for downtown improvement might produce modest returns to invest in the area.For more than a year, city leaders have considered creating a tax increment reinvestment zone, or TIRZ, to help redevelop the long blighted area amid a series of other public investments. In a TIRZ, property tax revenues are frozen at a base level. Other taxing entities including the hospital, community college and county would be asked to join in.Then, as property values rise as the area is developed, revenues collected above that base level can be channeled back into the zone for further projects. One of the goals is also to encourage more private development.City staff has explored a series of downtown improvements, including Grant Avenue roadway improvements such as wider sidewalks, a narrower roadway to lessen traffic, a decorative intersection and better lighting.All the infrastructure improvements, which would include work on other downtown streets, could total about $20 million.But an internal study of a TIRZ, based on various growth scenarios for downtown, projected revenues well short of that amount over a 20 year period. The in-house figures estimated a TIRZ would bring in about $1 million over 20 years, based on a total downtown property value of about $426 million that grows at an annual rate of 1 percent. In other words, city staff found, the TIRZ would not be profitable.If property values increased by 5 percent, the city projected the TIRZ would bring in about $8.1 million.But Interim City Manager Michael Marrero said a professional hired by the city for a more detailed study might find greater revenue that the city could capture and reinvest. He estimated the cost of the study of about $47,000.“The last thing we want to do is implement a TIRZ and it not work,” Marrero said.As planned, the TIRZ would follow the same boundaries the Odessa City Council set for downtown: First Street, Adams Avenue, 10th Street and Bernice Avenue.It would be part of the city’s strategy to spur development in downtown Odessa.Construction is underway on a downtown hotel and convention center supported by a more than $30 million public investment. If the hotel is profitable as projected, the city will get state and local hotel occupancy taxes that the city could invest in other downtown projects.The city has also invested more in building purchases and improvements, which includes a grant program to incentivize fixing up downtown buildings.District 2 Councilman Dewey Bryant said the city should fund the TIRZ review if it could mean finding a way to bring in closer to the $20 million.“That’s an area that really needs some help, guidance, and direction,” Bryant said. By admin – January 18, 2018 Pinterest