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Qeytarieh Residential // kalbod design studio

District 1, Tehran, Iran

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The Qeytariyeh project has been built on 7 floors of 6 units in the northern part of Tehran.
In this project, the scenario that is intended for the access of the units is such that each unit has
separate access and the privacy of each family is preserved.
Also the crowds and noise of other units do

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not disturb the other units.
Also, public spaces such as lobby, conference hall, meeting hall, cinema, cafe and gym are designed to
improve and enhance the quality of life in a residential apartment where everyday life is evident.
In the process of façade design, because the structure of the building was built, we faced limitations

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such as the existence of shear walls in the facade.
Despite all the challenges, an attempt has been made
to present a design that is most in harmony with its context and using the least materials.
By multiplying a single module throughout the surface, we arrive at a regular structure and network that

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is at the same time rhythmic and balanced.
This rhythm and balance is considered by seeing the material
of the modules differently
By releasing a single module throughout the surface, we achieve a regular structure and grid that is
rhythmic and balanced at the same time.
This rhythm and balance is considered by seeing the material

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of the modules differently.

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Qeytarieh Residential Gallery

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