Gilak Villa by Davood Salavati is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2021 – 2022
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Gilak Villa published on Visual Atelier
Nov 27, 2021
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Gilak Villa won the MasterPrize Award of Conceptual Architecture
Nov 3, 2021
The Architecture MasterPrize (AMP) aims to become one of the most respected architectural awards and set a new benchmark for the architectural and design professions globally. At its best, architecture and design is about embracing technology to set the imagination free. It’s about innovating, pushing boundaries, and utilizing technologies and materials to realize the near impossible. It is about creating built forms, structures and spaces that can send our spirits soaring, reaffirm our humanity, and ultimately touch our very souls. The AMP celebrates the very best in design excellence and innovation from the worlds of Architectural, Interior, and Landscape Design. The awards program is dedicated to showcasing and promoting exceptional talent, and the value of the art and science of architecture in enriching our lives.
Sabat House published on Archdaily
Nov 3, 2021
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Sabat House won the Golden plaque of Architecture and Construction
Oct 21, 2021
The trend of contemporary architecture and urban planning in Iran, in recent decades, required reviewing, analyzing and evaluating it since 2016. At the same time as the second Asian Architecture Award held by the International Quarterly 2A, an event called the “Mizan Memari” is held nationally and annually. “Mizan Memari” by reviewing and evaluating the buildings constructed by employers and builders, by the jury, consisting of the country’s architecture and urban planning experts assessments the designs and buildings.
The ceremony of announcing the results and awarding the “Mizan Memari” was held on October of 2021 in Iran with the presence of prominent thinkers, intellectuals, officials and architects and urban planners of the country.
Gilak Villa in Gilan, Iran designed by Team Group
Oct 10, 2021
Climatic architecture of traditional buildings in its evolution can be the best source of inspiration and underlie for today’s architectural ideas. Tribal trial and error in diverse lands has created a great civilization in housing and along with intellectual maturity in the field of civil engineering and architecture, has reached the ability to largely control the annoying and harmful factors. With the knowledge that humidity, wind, radiation and etc. in addition of being able to eliminate basic needs. If they are out of comfort range, they are more or less irritating. The original Iranian architecture in different climatic regions has achieved very significant indigenous and sustainable answers that have sometimes been forgotten due to the modern way of life.
The Published Bohem Booklet
Oct 6, 2021
Book pages, especially early in the design and construction of your book are architectural, in that they contain basic structural elements that need to be built on strong foundations, allow for ornamentation where appropriate, and pay attention to the execution of the book’s function of transmitting information from author to reader.
Team Group Envisions A Sunken Courtyard Oasis In Iran With Sweeping, Organic Brickwork
team group presents an investigation into the ancestral architecture of the hot and dry regions of iran with the proposed ‘sunken courtyard’ or bagh chal. among the most powerful and significant elements of iranian architecture, the courtyard spatial type is reimagined as an introverted, brick monument which embraces its occupant below the level of the ground in coolness and shadows within a naturally desertous context. the envisioned project, programmed as a boutique restaurant, is integrated into the flat landscape and made up of zones organized with inverted symmetry.
Team Group’s Imagined Ski Resort Forms New, Stepping Topography In Shemshak, Iran
studio team group employs techniques of excavation and embankment in the design of its proposed four seasons ski resort in the mountainous region surrounding shemshak, iran. closely following the sloping terrain, the shemshak villas each nest into the earth, and are distributed harmoniously across the land. mimicking the development of natural landforms, the project is generated through a duplication of growing cells which are burrowed and sheared. together forming a stepping cluster, each unit receives outdoor yard space and privacy with controlled views. the designers at team group comment: ‘these charming structures lied in nature are not deprived from metaphor of organic design architecture.’
Iran-Based Team Group Envisions This ‘BOHEM’ House As An Assemblage Of Fluid Shells https://www.designboom.com/architecture/bohem-project-iran-team-group-03-05-2022/
taking shape as an assemblage of curving shells, this ‘bohem project’ marks a continuation of team group‘s sculptural style. the envisioned architecture is planned as a residence with an integrated nail salon, all wrapped in an undulating structure. from the exterior, the place presents as garden oasis. lush plant life surrounds a sunken courtyard and pool, all behind tall walls to ensure privacy from neighbors.
the architecture creates a depth of space, as layers of curving walls define a succession of courtyards, balconies, and interiors. the windows and doors are softened with rounded or arching overhangs to ensure a cohesive fluidity of form throughout.
A Coastal Villa in Santorini and a Shelter in the Forests of Thailand: 9 Unbuilt Houses Submitted to ArchDaily
Bionic or biology-inspired engineering is the modeling of systems and mechanisms of nature and living things. This method is followed by innovation and the art of using living systems. By using this structure and adaptation of nature, in the architectural process of the Bohem project, an attempt has been made to promote a sense of dynamism, growth, and fluidity alongside the evolution and aspects of aesthetics.
CLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE IN IRAN
continuing its contemporary visions of traditional iranian architecture, team design group envisions its gilak house. while a previous design showed a sweeping revival of irans ‘sunken courtyards’ or bagh chal, this latest house presents a reinterpretation of the elevated tribal dwellings commonly built to maximize cross ventilation. in response to the hot climate and the high humidity and rainfall typical of the country’s coastal or mountainous regions including the zagros mountain range, the structures were designed with strategic openings along both the exteriors and interiors.
Iranian Team Group plans Sweeping ‘SAYA VILLA’ In Fluidly Sculpted Stone
Saya Villa, a name derived from the local dialect of its owner’s hometown, meaning ‘shadow,’ draws its inspiration from the interplay of sunlight on its formal structure. Iranian architecture studio Team Group has proposed this architecturally-minded home that marries tradition, culture, and modernity in an harmonious dance of light and shadow.
Beginning this residential project, the architects investigated the cultural fabric of Targhroud village, the birthplace of the client. This exploration revealed a unique way of life marked by simplicity and strong familial bonds. The design team explains: ‘A culture of behavior was formed that is very simple, governed and limited in relationships outside the family, and very bold, dynamic and homogenous within the family.’ This cultural insight forms the cornerstone of the architects’ design process.
Saya Villa by Davood Salavati is Winner of 2A Asia-Oceania Architecture Award 2023 In The Category Of Residential Projects
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Hosted by Manipal Academy of Higher Education – Dubai Campus and organized by 2A magazine, these prestigious awards honor architects whose work reflects a perfect blend of talent, vision, and dedication. We applaud those architects whose creations make meaningful contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture.
A Hospice in Belgium and an Airport in NEOM: 8 Unbuilt Structures That Feature Organic Shapes Submitted by the ArchDaily Community
A culture of behavior was formed that is very simple, governed and limited in relationships outside the family, and very bold, dynamic and homogenous within the family. The process of forming the project is such that with the external layer of the project, it observes a calm and regular relationship with the audience, and the central core of the project induces intimacy, dynamism and companionship through filing and emptying as well as soft curves.