Studio Design I
Faculty: Haniye Fadaie
Space implodes with the acceleration of transport machines. In addition, real space is left void; we live in the virtual space of tel-transmission. We do not live just on streets and in houses anymore but also in cables. We are tel-present in the absence of space. Wherever we are, we are absent, and where we are not, we are omnipresent. People’s behavior and their interaction has been a serious subject in urban planning for Tehran. District 12 is different compared to others because of the lack of strategies for pedestrian’s circulation. Therefore, I decided to make this system stay on its conditions but be more responsive to the great population of Tehran. It was necessary to design something that supports the movement of the context and also narrows the thickness of the line between the outside and the inside of a building.