Studio Design III
Faculty: Arash Nasiri
Public and Private space has been completely separated arenas in Post-Islam era. Exterior spaces like streets, squares and bazaar used to be known as a space for men. Our ancestors used to define other private spaces like home and kitchens as feminine space. What strikes the eyes is the absence of a Fluid space which contains both of these features. Tehran Dormitory is a place for bringing these different characteristics together in order to make a gradient space between public and private space.