Located on a hilltop the Asef office building has a stunning view of the mountains and opens up to the view with numerous windows.
Wooden shades appear on the façade in order to control the light pouring in from the south while maintaining the view.
The shades have various shapes creating a dynamic façade for the building. They have been designed in a way to provide every floor with views towards the surroundings as well as controlling the light flow.
The building consists of 10 floors of which 6 are office space. The ground floor is for commercial use and there are 3 levels of parking.
Granite flame has been used throughout the building to create a coherent feeling.



Architects: Boozhgan Studio
Architect in Charge: Hamed Badri Ahmadi
Design Team: Shiva Honarvar , Nasim Mohammadi
Photographs: Ali Daghig, Poolad Javaher Haghighi

Asef Office Building by Hamed Badriahmadi in Iran won the WA Award Cycle 25. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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