Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory

Davood Boroojeni – Shamim Polymer Factory

Davood Boroojeni Office, Winner in: Architecture Photography

Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory
Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory
Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory
Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory
Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory
Davood Boroojeni - Shamim Polymer Factory

Davood Boroojeni Office – CONTACT

Address: No.23203, Atisaz Complex, Chamran Highway

City: Tehran

Email: davoodboroojeni@gmail.com

Country: Iran
Name of the project: Shamim Polymer Factory

Category: Architecture, Commercial

Suppliers – Companies: Avaye Niksazan Shahr: Certain Wall, Artman: Furniture (Chair), Farazin: Furniture (desk), Parin Beton: Concrete Block, Armalat: Floor Concrete, Novin Beton: Finishing

Others in the team: Principal Architect: Davood Boroojeni, Design Team: Saba Ammari, Hamed Kalateh, Invited Architect: Iman Enayati, Presentation: Saba Ammari, Saman Macvand, Civil Engineer: Bardia Khafaf, Mechanical Engineer: Hamidreza Nikzad, Mohsen Jafari, Electrical Engineer: Amir Salamat, Executive Team: Barbod Mokhtari, Emran Nazarian
Photographer: Parham Taghioff

Location (City, country): Karaj, Iran

Year of completion: 2020

Total area (m2): 3050 m2

Site area (m2): 3000 m2

Davood Boroojeni – Shamim Polymer Factory

This project seeks to solve this problem by increasing the sense of connecting spaces to improve the quality of life of factory workers.

In Iran, there have been specific patterns for organizing building plans from the past. The middle courtyard and the perpendicular axes are two essential patterns in Iranian architecture. These two patterns are still used today in designing residential, administrative, multi-purpose buildings, parks, etc., but their traces have disappeared in today’s industrial architecture of Iran. There are documents indicating that these two patterns were used about 400 years ago and in the historical era of the Safavid in the industrial uses’ design. The factories of that era, called BIOTAT, had two axes perpendicular to each other and had a courtyard in the middle. It is believed that the prediction of these two patterns in the architectural design of the Davood Boroojeni – Shamim Polymer Factory is an attempt to revitalize these two Iranian architectural methods for industrial uses.

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