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Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design)

  • 01:00 - 14 October, 2008
Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design)
Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design)

Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design) Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design) Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design) Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design) +14

  • Architects

  • Location

    Tehran, Iran
  • Architects

    ARAD - Bahram Kalantari, Kourosh Dabbagh
  • Design Team

    Majid Pazhuhi, Niloofar Niksar
  • Architectural Concept

    (everything happens @ once) Architect's approach towards designing a distinctive building is to bear in mind the above-mentioned characteristics.
  • Technical Team

    Anoushiravan Kharrazi, Mehdi Holakouie, Mona haddadi
  • Project Manager

    Eskandar Hadjizadeh
  • Structural Consultant

    Behrang Baniadam (Afarinesh consulting co.)
  • Site

    The site location is an industrial city for non-pollution factories, 35 kilometer away from Tehran/ Iran.
  • Area

    10500.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2006

From the architect. The Client Goal: is to change the traditional construction system to an industrial building system which can fulfill the enormous demand of construction in Iran. The client, therefore, wanted the factory to be indicative of this goal in terms of architectural quality in industrial building system with no resemblance to traditional factories in Iran.

The program: is a 3700 sqm production plant with a 350 sqm mezzanine for settlement of technical management team and 500 sqm for technical office and showrooms and mechanical room that must be close to and with a good access to the production plant. There is also a 500 sqm management building with a VIP suit and receptions that is connected to the main bldg with a bridge.

The ancillary building with 200 sqm area is in a separate building in the site.

As regards this project, not only the characteristic aspects have been regarded but also we have been able to get the maximum use of a kind of architecture which provides for all quantitative and qualitative architectural demands.

Geometry of space: (The geometry can make us either murderers or lovers)The emphasis was to apply a simple geometry of space to be able to meet all the prospects foreseen in the project such as the program and the required connectivity and moreover be able to create a new atmosphere which makes turn a globe either in section or in plan as well as the project façade ( interior and exterior) into a homogeneous object.

The building is located North-South lengthwise and the main administration building which overlooks Alborz mountain has a uniform glass view.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Paykar Bonyan Panel Factory / ARAD (Architectural Research And Design)" 14 Oct 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/7456/paykar-bonyan-panel-factory-arad-architectural-research-and-design/>
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17 Comments

elahe · November 06, 2013

it is very good concept for factory

elahe · November 06, 2013

i like it

nasim · July 07, 2011

masterpiece

Hamed Abbasi · February 09, 2011

good job

Javier Rodriguez-Motta · July 01, 2010

It reminds me of something else; what a coincidence!

http://jarodriguezmottaportfol...

atieh · September 26, 2012 03:09 PM

yeah! what a coincidence!?!

Amin · June 03, 2010

Juri
I either don't know what they want to do with water proofing problem, in spite of strong raining specially in Tehran. IT IS NOT AN ARABIAN COUNTRY! have you ever heard any thing about dizin ski resort or tochal?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T...

???? · May 07, 2010

???Paykar Bonyan???/???????(ARAD) ??????

Kamyab Parnianchi · April 14, 2010

This is the best industrial Architecture that I have ever seen in iran.

ali jafari · April 08, 2010

didnt like it.

vaisakh · March 13, 2010

nice building.....but what about natural ventilation and light...?

soso · November 01, 2009

masterpiece.

Parviz Nikniai · April 22, 2009

Salam, I agree the Industrial revelution in Iran has taken shape and from designs such as Pykar panel factory, we are hopful for environmentally aware, non-pollution factories.

Parviz Nikniai
Project Architect
QMS Deign Group
949 413 3713
nikniai@aol.com

Mehrdad Vahidian · April 11, 2009

perfect , it is a reveloution for industrial architecture in Tehran!

Mr. Cheap · April 11, 2009

Modern architects have been far to uninterested in industrial architecture. There should be more people working on factories like this.

ehsan · January 23, 2009

great job !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Genesio · October 15, 2008

Very very nice!!

Juri · October 15, 2008

Nice proportion! I like street Facade. I just wonder how they delt with the waterproofing issue where the two different roof slopes connect... water has a funny way of getting into joints like that. But then again...it's Iran! How much rain can there be!

All & all... Very nice building for a factory!

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