ChaarMahal in Persian means “The Four Neighborhood”. The structure is based on the four residential districts that link together in a loop and embrace each other.
Bagh-e-Takht (The Flat Garden) on the ground floor, Bagh-e-Mianeh (The Central Garden) on the sixth floor, Bagh-e-Moalagh (The Hanging Garden) on the ninth floor and finally Bagh-e-Baam (The Roof Garden) on the last floor. These are the four spaces that welcome the surrounding city and make apartments like a live neighborhood.
The ring that loops around the project links all the private and public spaces through bridges and gardens with recreational characteristics.
The hanging bridges intentionally add multiple scenic overlooks in all cardinal directions.
The interaction space between apartments and the city is expanded. The traditional windowless hallways turned into neighborhood blocks with viewpoints and public living spaces so when you step outside your apartment it feels like a living elevated city block.
Kamran Heirati Tallan Khosravizadeh
Shaaha Maghrebi Farzad Omrani Elmira Chapnevis Sara Yazdani
Hamidreza Naseri Mahta Modiri Mohammadreza Nazarpour Sara Yazdani Saba Amari Shaha Maghrebi Elmira Chapnevis Naghmeh Arboni Maryam Sehat