Naghshe Khak Architectural Group designed Maziar Brick House in 2017. Located on a 250-sqm (2,691-sqft) site in Royan, Iran, the house encompasses 210m² (2,260ft²).
We were able to install heavy bricks on glass surfaces by using dry stone techniques and control the brick textures on the main structure in order to have a demonstration of brick suspended surfaces on the glass, besides creating different indoor and outdoor spaces, light play and shadows. By this mean, we are able to challenge the definition of heavy and light in the viewer’s mind, also make him observe and admire the building.
The connection between the interior and exterior was also considered as a matter in the design, due to the transparency of the building; Relying on materials such as wood, stone and iron, we tried to provide the right combination of materials between the interior and exterior. Moreover, we benefited from elements such as fireplaces and stairs to create the appropriate visual connection.
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Photographs by Vahid Joudi
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