Civil Engineer: Ebrahim Taheri
Executive Manager: Mohammad Tasallot
Executive Team: Reza Keshavarzian, Javid Bayat, Arash Ameri, Omid Deilami
Text description provided by the architects. The project is located in Mosha, Iran and is about design of two villas in a site with an area of 2000 sq.m. And 40% slope. The important point at the beginning of the design is about locating zones on site and according to client order, the site was divided into 3 parts and the middle part is the common area between two villas. In this area, we placed pool volume as a valuable element and two stairs that are backbones of design and dividers of each villa’s border.
These stairs connect the lowest level of the site to the highest level. In the left and right side, we placed two villas so that they embrace the yard and stairs. Their public zones are facing to the common yard and private zones to site. According to this zoning, three levels of each block was created. Site stairs come to the landings in each level and lead to yards in front of openings.
The possibility of water flow in the project was a positive result of sites’ high slope. Rainwater moves in streams and stores in the ponds in the lowest level of the site. The roofs were sloped in different directions and large openings were created to answer to climate restrictions. Openings give the most view from the inside out and in reverse. In this way, the visual privacy was obtained.