A large number of designs from Iran have been nominated for awards at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam, which will be held from November 28 to 30.
The festival will be organized in two main categories: Future Projects and Completed Buildings, the organizers have announced.
The Chitgar Commercial Bridge in Tehran by Caat Studio, the Floating City in Salmanshahr by Kamran Heirati Architects and the Tehran World Trade Center by Fluid Motion Architects have been shortlisted for an award in the Commercial Mixed-Use section of the Future Project category.
In the Competition Entries – Future Project, the Sadra Civic Center in the new town of Sadra by Next Office received a nomination. Next Office will also be competing in the House – Future Project section for the Guyim Vault House in Shiraz and in the Villa – Completed Buildings category for the Safadasht Dual in Safadasht.
The Iranian nominees in the Office – Future Project are the Turoboseal Tech Headquarters in Tehran by New Wave Architecture and the Tehran Trade Towers by Tabanlioglu Architects.
Niavaran residential in Tehran by Opia is Iran’s sole nominee in the Residential – Future Project section.
Fluid Motion Architects also won two nominations in the Mixed Use and the Religion – Completed Buildings categories for Ava Center and the Vali-e Asr Mosque in Tehran respectively.
White Gallery in Tehran by the Shift Process Practice Company will be competing for an award in the Culture – Completed Buildings section.
Saba Residence in Tehran by TDC Office was nominated in the Housing, Small Scale category and System Warehouse in Karaj by Mehran Khoshru is on the shortlist for an award in the Production Energy and Recycling – Completed Buildings.
In the School – Completed Buildings the Nur-e Mobin School in Bastam by the Fundamental Experience of Architecture Studio received a nomination.
Winners will be announced on November 30.
Cover photo: This combination photo shows designs and buildings from Iran competing in the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.