Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio

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Lavasan, Iran
  • Architects: Boozhgan Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  540
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2017
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  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers:  Farzaneh Art Studio, Tabriz Tile, Venus glass
  • Lead Architects: Hamed Badri Ahmadi
  • Electrical And Mechanical Consultant: Arash Mojabi
  • Structural Consultant: Siavash Sedighi
  • Client: Mohammad Zooei
  • Design Team: Neda Vaziri, Fatemeh Shariati, Parastu piray, Hanieh Safari, Kaveh Dadgar
  • City: Lavasan
  • Country: Iran
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Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Facade
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Text description provided by the architects. In this project, we faced a challenge to get released from the past conceptual frameworks and experiences. We not only tried to make the building memorable, but also struggled to persuade the users to explore the whole project.

Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Facade, Windows
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We had a clear purpose: Designing a restaurant beside the main boulevard with a limited budget. The initial site analysis resulted in the rotation idea in the north east corner, as a reaction to the traffic in the Main Boulevard and consequently creating the main entrance for the building. We consciously guide the users from Main Boulevard to the alley and lead them towards the project’s entrance. In fact, we force them to move around the project and explore it. In other words, the entrance was formed under the cantilever.

Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Image 2 of 41
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Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Steel, Beam
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In order to emphasize the entrance and creating a different and influential meaning for it, this part was separated from the ground and cantilevered. During the design process, we tried to embed architecture in structure. Exposed structural and mechanical elements was used to form the whole building. One of the objectives in this project was to highlight the key role of the structure. Regarding the limited budget, expensive and redundant materials were excluded in the design process.

Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Stairs, Handrail
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Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Windows
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Making such decisions is complicated. Some issues such as limited budget and lack of technological experiences, made the process more difficult for us. Although the project is not completely flawless in the construction, but the conclusion illustrated our idea well enough.

Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio - Facade
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This project is designed in three levels. First basement is assigned to servicing activities such as kitchen, staff room and rest room. Ground floor and the mezzanine are the main salons. We have tried to design the circulation path as a unique space which not only plays a key role in connecting the main parts together, but also creates a unique experience for the users.

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Address:Lavasan, Tehran Province, Iran

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Cite: "Concrete Restaurant / Boozhgan Studio" 02 Nov 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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