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Tue 31.1.

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh-Janat alley on Abbasabad district is one of the oldest wealthy neighborhoods in Isfahan. Nowadays it is really hard to trace the old big green gardens and palaces there as all of them have disappeared and turned into modern apartments during the past 50 years of modernization only producing a mixture of heterogeneous buildings with different styles, heights, and densities. Among these dense buildings, it is hard to find a single housing or a small lot to develop and Bagh-Janat is one of the few. This three-level building complies with the height limit of 7 meters and appears one story high above the ground.

 

The mass of the building is shaped according to the design codes, regulations and constraints, in order to provide desirable light and privacy. The setback on the upper stair -as a response to regulations – defines the entrance on the ground floor and enhances the continuity of the building façade in the alley. The building receives proper daylight from northern and western voids and also from the setback on the second floor.

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

 

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