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You Will Never Believe Where This Minimalist Dream House Was Built

“During the 20th century, Iranians were rapidly modernized without actually understanding or going through the essential steps of modernity. Certain traditions in the conception and erection of domestic space [were] lost in this process, including the connection of the house with the garden,” architects Rambod Eilkhani and Nashid Nabian say.

The founders of Shift Process Practice, the Tehran-based architects created a minimalist dream house that blends prolific design with an impressive concept. “Tribe House is our try in re-evaluating the lost values of Iranian domestic space,” they say.

The building, highlighted by Arch Daily, is a four-story structure that houses three residential units for members of one big family. Its innovative design with four façades only adds to a groundbreaking conception of domestic spaces. Unlike in most apartment buildings, the staircase is the social nucleus where residents meet, a social space that enjoys ample natural light.

For more information: Visit Shift Process Practice’s official website.

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Valentina Primo

Journalist, globetrotter, and determined idealist. Since Valentina left her home country of Argentina, she has searched for ways to build bridges between cultures and foster dialogue. Her previous work in international organizations in Italy and Germany fed her passion for the world of development, while her 8-year journalistic experience in Argentina and Egypt increased her curiosity for everything that challenges the stereotype. She holds a BA in Journalism and a Masters in Peace Studies with a specialization in Human Rights.

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