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Sharifi-ha House / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni

  • 01:00 - 7 July, 2014
Sharifi-ha House / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni
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  • Design Associates

    Roohollah Rasouli, Farideh Aghamohammadi
  • Detailing Design Associates

    Bahoor Office (Hamid mohammadi, Amir Taleshi)
  • Senior Consultant in Detail

    Shahnaz Goharbakhsh
  • Supervisions

    Shahnaz Goharbakhsh, Alireza Taghaboni
  • Project Associates

    Mojtaba Moradi, Negar Rahnamazadeh, Asal Karami, Majid Jahangiri, Masoud Saghi, Hossein Naghavi, Fatemeh S.Tabatabaeian, Iman Jalilvand
  • Construction

    Imen Sazeh Fadak Consulting Eng
  • Landscape Consultant

    Babak Mostofi Sadri, Omid Abbas Fardi
  • Structural Consultant

    “Bastanpol” company – Vahid Qarakhniniya
  • Mechanical Consultant

    “Payabanaafarin” company – Mojtaba Arabpour
  • Electrical Consultant

    “Payabanaafarin” company – Saeed Afshar
  • Revolving Rooms System

    Bumat Company
  • Client

    Shiraz Municipality
  • Team

    Alireza Taghaboni with Mohamad Motamedinia (+ Project Manager), Ebrahim Roostaee, Sepideh Sarrafzadeh, Maziar Ghaseminia, Majid Jahangiri, Hoodad Zoroufchiyan, Peyman Nozari, Roza bemani, Arian Spiridonoff, Vahid karamad, Fatemeh Tabatabaeian, Shima Mohammadi, Siavash Shareghi, Homa Asadi, Farideh AghaMohammadi, Mohammad Kahidi, Mehrdad Raoofi, Sahar Mehdizadeh, Gorgin Sharifi, Ali Maleki Kahaki, Sajad hosseini, Tina Shahnazari, Mehdi Pourbasat, Asal Karami, Amin Zargar, Sarvenaz Rezae
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Text description provided by the architects. The main idea of the project can be found in its section diagram. In the tower’s section, the project varies in spatial terms as it is regular and uniform from the administrative spaces to the central core.

Exterior Timelapse Photographs
Exterior Timelapse Photographs

When it comes to the recreational areas, these spaces lose their initial rigid order, and by changing the floors’ levels and creating different voids the diagram changes.

Diagram 04
Diagram 04

The complex is located in the north of Shiraz and adjacent to Afarinesh Blvd. In the design of the cinema, the two main halls were tried to be understood as suspended masses floating in the space.

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This suspension is induced by separating the upper and lower halls and creating the middle level as a lobby and keeping the ceiling and floor lines of cinema in the upper and lower floors of the cinema. In the sports area that includes the middle eye of the tower, there are spa functions and its adjoining facilities, a gym, and a coffee shop.

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All spaces in the six floors are in fluid communication. A desirable view is provided for the aerobic section of the gym and the cafeteria.

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The pool with its central void induces a different sense of space relative to the ordinary experiences of pools. At the highest eye of the tower, the restaurant is considered to have the best view and perspective, and the continuity and fluidity of the spaces are a major issue.

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To achieve this continuum of void creation, the alignment changing and terracing of the reception sector have been activated. The complex consists of 24 floors above the ground and 5 basement floors, providing 716 parking lots and a hypermarket in the basements, and 76 commercial units and food courts in the commercial area.

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Complex’s area with office and recreational units is 82000 square meters. The entire tower is 23 floors, which looks like three eyes with unprecedented proportions combined with the podium along itself in the exterior view.

Section
Section

Conversion of the common monolithic volume of towers into three pieces placed on the underlying podium, in addition to scale modification, helps the tower to be perceived as an urban park.

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The major design of the project has been carried out in its cross-section, and the general strategy has been to reduce the interferences between the inner layers and the slabs of the floors.

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Through this release of the edges in the section, it became possible to receive maximum natural light and view as well as the spatial relationship between levels.

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Cite: "Sharifi-ha House / Next Office–Alireza Taghaboni" 07 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/522344/sharifi-ha-house-nextoffice/> ISSN 0719-8884
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