June 16, 2022

Reza Mohtashami | Portfolio

By 1605 Publishers
Architecture, Portfolio

Reza Mohtashami is an Iranian architect who follows the minimalist style. The work you see in the picture is a proposal of a "concrete house": a minimal dwelling that merges with its dramatic landscape context. ⁠In order to avoid disrupting the integrity of the rock, the structure is situated carefully, lightly suspended atop an array of pillars. Mohtashami states: "The exterior and the interior of this concrete building are rotated towards the rocks, the lake and the forest which can provide the residents of such a place a feeling of relaxation."⁠ ⁠


Reza Mohtashami
Reza Mohtashami
Reza Mohtashami

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