This Design Brings A Modern Twist To Windows In Tehran

This Design Brings A Modern Twist To Windows In Tehran

Architects created dynamic facade that uses light and color to create an eye-catching look

Eva Recinos
  • 7 june 2016

When seen from afar, the facade of Orsi Khaneh looks almost like a work of art more so than your average building front. Located in Tehran and designed by Keivani Architects, the building was inspired by “a special type of window which is locally called Orsi, made by wooden lattice and stained glasses,” as the team explains in a statement.

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