Brick by Brick: Rethinking Masonry Construction in Iran


Courtesy of Parham Taghioff and Mostafa Karbasi

Courtesy of Parham Taghioff and Mostafa Karbasi

Iran’s architecture has long been rooted in Persian culture. From tea houses and pavilions to domestic huts and elaborate mosques, the country’s built environment is tied to this influences, as well as the landscape and its broader context. At the heart of Iran’s more recent projects is a desire to reinterpret history through new spaces and forms.

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