A house or a villa is considered for a family and provides for long- or short-term residence. However, what we experience in the context of time can help shape our identity and culture. Arrangement the spaces of and their materials and quality can lead to a monopoly on them by their users. As the name clearly suggests, porch is directly attached to the front door and marks the main entrance of a house.
It creates connections between indoor and outdoor spaces and by repeating the materials’ volume texture, they show their dissimilarities and commonalities and in interaction with each other, they form the main structure of the building. Lounge is adjacent to the porch and turquoise swimming pool with a combination of facades that use brick and woven wood mat for shading and finding and hiding light in terms of time. The sound of water and fresh accenting with green plants are the turning point toward the feeling of presence in this space. This villa is on three floors consisting four bedrooms, with a total area of 450 square meters and is set on 600 square meters land. Making a roof garden on two floors increases the capacity of viewing platforms and offers a stunning 360-degree view of the environment. The main volume with white background and concrete texture provides a ground for the brick shell built to emphasize the indoor-outdoor connection (facade and yard). The use of brick is based on nature and its presence along with water and green plants. This Iranian modern architecture conveys a sense of life and vitality of the natural structures and the identity of the building. The purpose of preserving a building for a family is to live peacefully with green spaces relying on its cultural identity. The project's site is located in the village of Zawat near Châlus which is a city in Mazandaran Province in north of Iran. The proximity to the mountain and the horizon distance to the sea, due to the height above sea level, have provided the suitable capacities for the establishment of the building. It has the suburban access to Châlus road and there is the shortest distance between Tehrān and this site in comparison with other cities of Mazandaran Province. In general, its particular environmental features include the vegetation, a fertile soil as well as special sights and places such as dams, rivers, the ecotourism residences and cities with the suitable medical and urban services and facilities near the site.