|||||Small openings on the outside reduce the amount of heat entering the building during Tehran’s extreme summers, and keep it warm in winter|Black marble tiles pair with the white marble of the walls, giving the interior a futuristic feel|“In Iran, stone is considered classic architecture. We wanted to change the rules and show how it can be used in a contemporary way”|||
14 Sep 2010

Set in stone

Words by Kerstin Zumstein

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