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Studio Eiraji unveils design proposal for Mirjaveh Educational Center
Iran Architecture News - Sep 12, 2019 - 00:09 1726 views
The architecture for deprived areas and poor people is one of the important subjects that from old eras up to contemporary period, the architects try to pay attention to it. Economy, education, security and policy are some important parts of a culture and culture is the main power of a society.
At the top of all of these factors, education can form culture and culture can form policy and security and all of these can create economy and peace for a society.
Unfortunately because of bad conditions in deprived and poor areas many young people and children cannot start or continue their education and definitely a society without education is not safe.
With the support of UNICEF, many children started to come back to learn but we aslo, as the society of architects and designers, must do our best to help related organizations to improve the conditions and help children.
Mirjaveh Education Center, supervised and designed by Dr. Javad Eiraji and Azita Behboudi is one of these projects in these area which is proposed by Studio Eiraji to reach mentioned goals and hope with the help of UNICEF and related organizations can be built and develop such kinds of projects and proposals.
Sustain-Baluchistan is one of the Iran’s provinces in South-Eastern of this country by the borders with Afghanistan and Pakistan which has poor economical and unsafe security and political conditions and each year, many children because of these conditions has no educational opportunity.
With the aim of increasing the cultural and educational conditions of this province and helping the poor children, an educational center is proposed to be built.
In the other hand, because of bad biological and weather conditions of the region paying attention to these factors are in design progress of this project.
Using world’s most up-dated technologies with the approach of digital-parametric and bionic architecture beside native materials and technologies are some other design properties of this project.
Principal Architect: Javad Eiraji
Lead Architect: Azita Behboodi
Digital-Coding and Modeling: Ali Moghri
Location: Mirjaveh, Sistan-Baluchistan Province, Iran
Client: Ministry of Education of I.R. Iran - Sistan-Baluchistan Office
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