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Aban House, Isfahan Property

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Design: USE Studio / Mohammad Arab, Mina Moeineddini

Location: Isfahan, Iran, western Asia

Aerial view of the house showing the dome of the great Shah Mosque in the background:
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Photos by Deed Studio

Aban House, Isfahan, Iran

Aban House, Iran: Isfahan Property

On a narrow rectangular site in the heart of Isfahan’s dense historic centre, the three-storey house for two architects and their newborn daughter is arranged around three open courtyards.

This three-storey family house was designed to blend into the historic neighbourhood:
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View of the northern façade from the entrance. Handmade bricks were used to build all outdoor spaces, including the façade, in order to harmonise this new house with the existing buildings:
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The ground-floor kitchen is the nucleus of the house; the living room is located on the first floor, and bedrooms on the upper floor; a terrace on the roof provides expansive views over Isfahan.

The kitchen is located at the heart of the house and provides a space for family members and friends to share quality time together:
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View of the ground floor showing the sunken living room in relation to the kitchen (left of the stairs) and an undefined space (right):
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The frame structure of the house is clad entirely with handmade local ochre-coloured brick laid in a variety of horizontal and vertical patterns.

An undefined space where the family members can read, relax or simply look out of the window:
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The interior spaces are organised around three different courtyards, thus providing more light and interaction with the exterior than the traditional central courtyard model:
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The exterior façade is blind, while all of the interior spaces enjoy abundant lighting from the three courtyards.

A narrow indoor pool on the basement floor adjoining a courtyard (left) and a living/working space (right):
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Aban House, Isfahan, Iran – Property Information

Title: Aban House
Award Cycle: 2020-2022 Cycle
Status: Shortlisted

View of the Shah Mosque from the rooftop at night:
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Location: Isfahan, Iran
Client: Aban Arab
Architect: USE Studio / Mohammad Arab, Mina Moeineddini
Completed: 2018
Country of origin: Iran

Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Deed Studio (photographer)

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2022 Aga Khan Award for Architecture Shortlist

New villa in Isfahan images / information received 020622 from the Aga Khan Award for Architecture – AKAA

Location: Isfahan, Iran, South Asia

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