Iranian house by New Wave Architecture is made up
A trio of volumes are stacked one on top of each other to form this hillside residence near Tehran by New Wave Architecture, but each one is angled towards a different view.
The Iranian practice designed Mosha House for a structural engineer and his family, for a steeply sloping plot facing the Alborz mountain range.
To make the most of the scenery surrounding the elevated site, the architects devised three single-storey blocks with glazed ends that frame vistas of both the peaks and the Mosha plain below.
Architecture: New Wave Architecture
Architects: Lida Almasian, Shahin Heidari
Associate architects: Maryam amanpour
Team members: Sheida Ghotbi, Soheila zahedi,Ilnaz Ashayeri, Elnaz Shokravi, Fatemeh Honarbakhsh
Structural designer: Yaghoub Abedpour