This 20-hectare project is located in the southwest of Iran, in a city with abundant oil and economic resources. Mahshahr city, which has a 3000-year history, has tragically lost its historical works for unexplained causes. The city has been transformed into an immigrant attracting city from neighboring war zones, as well as an area for attracting human resources in special economic zones and huge petrochemicals, as a result of the wars in this part of Iran.It has a hot and humid environment, and the city's living and social contacts are difficult for most of the year due to insufficient vegetation, which has been destroyed significantly in recent decades. Despite the expansion of industry and Mahshahr's strong position in terms of financial resources and regional revenue, people's lifestyles have not kept pace with this progress, as though the past's identity has been forgotten. The city's residents get money from abundant palm palms and fishing. However, educated young people and wealthy families travel to larger cities, such as Tehran, Iran's capital. The lack of conventional amenities that are compatible with community advancement exacerbates the problem. The Mahshahr Cultural, Business, and Recreational Complex project, which the municipality is implementing as the employer, aims to reintegrate them into the people's culture and identity. Maybe there are some elements other than people. For today's and future generations, those would be represented in a new way and in a new form. The use of borders and flooring lines as merged volumes with the walls enhances the furniture's appeal. Furthermore, its fixed position saves money on materials brought in from outside the manufacturing workshop. As a result, all furniture materials are built on site and are deemed to be part of the fixed structure. An appropriate material is a combination of bricks with a high heat capacity. Furthermore, concrete flooring is far more cost-effective and attractive than the modular materials used in line geometry.