Villa Sanandaj

Date: 2013

Location: Sanandaj, kordestan, Iran

Site Area: 2000 m2

Built Area: 460 m2

Client: Mora Adab

Sometimes distance from the city and the land of the project forcing the designer to avoid inconsistencies in implementing the project by some tricks. These include correct recognition of abilities, shortcomings and other challenges facing the client, builders and others involved, understanding ecosystem and finally client’s affordability to use modern materials and technologies.
We encountered with such challenges in this work. The land was in Sanandaj, and we were in Tehran. Also the ability of native workers and craft men was not more than picking bricks; in addition what grandstanding were accumulated tree trunks near the garden.
We tried to meet various demands of the client with help of these materials and native manufacture methods in an eye-catching and homogenous configuration in such a way that display its era and answering today’s needs of users in addition to being well-built and steady.
Several demands were expressed by the client; we also added some suggestions, because we believe that we can add something else to what the user's perspective looks like in architecture.
This garden-house consists of three major parts:
Living room and space for intimate gathering, great hall for parties, and private area which all of them has link with pool, garden, sport and game spaces, etc. The rooms’ windows have faced to the building itself and protects the neighbor's privacy by this way. The excrescences of the game space cover the view to the pool, also accessibility and circulation as well as details was made due to project requirements. In other words, we tried to create smooth and tangled spaces.

Sometimes distance from the city and the land of the project forcing the designer to avoid inconsistencies in implementing the project by some tricks. These include correct recognition of abilities, shortcomings and other challenges facing the client, builders and others involved, understanding ecosystem and finally client’s affordability to use modern materials and technologies.
We encountered with such challenges in this work. The land was in Sanandaj, and we were in Tehran. Also the ability of native workers and craft men was not more than picking bricks; in addition what grandstanding were accumulated tree trunks near the garden.
We tried to meet various demands of the client with help of these materials and native manufacture methods in an eye-catching and homogenous configuration in such a way that display its era and answering today’s needs of users in addition to being well-built and steady.
Several demands were expressed by the client; we also added some suggestions, because we believe that we can add something else to what the user's perspective looks like in architecture.
This garden-house consists of three major parts:
Living room and space for intimate gathering, great hall for parties, and private area which all of them has link with pool, garden, sport and game spaces, etc. The rooms’ windows have faced to the building itself and protects the neighbor's privacy by this way. The excrescences of the game space cover the view to the pool, also accessibility and circulation as well as details was made due to project requirements. In other words, we tried to create smooth and tangled spaces.