The 40 Knots House is a building in a middle-class neighbourhood of Tehran designed by Alireza Mashhadi Mirza and Habiba Madjabi. The facade of the building features an intricate and uniform brick surface, which has been layered and knotted similarly to wool
The combined reinvigoration of the architectural and craft-work heritage in an old city has sparked a broader revitalisation.
Infrastructure that connects two parks has become a popular urban space.
Beneath the Zagros Mountains, the traditional Qashqa’i scarf dance lives on
From rice to perfume, Iran’s use of saffron dates back to the days of the Persian Empire