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Pomegranate Haven Pavilion by Kowsar Noroozi

Project name:
Pomegranate Haven Pavilion
Architecture firm:
Kowsar Noroozi
Isfahan, Iran
Tools used:
Midjourney AI, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Kowsar Noroozi
Design team:
Kowsar Noroozi
Kowsar Noroozi
Built area:
850 m²
Site area:
Design year:
Completion year:
Concept - Design
Cultural Architecture > Pavilion

Kowsar Noroozi: Embark on a journey of cultural celebration as we construct a pavilion inspired by the distinctive shape of the pomegranate, an enduring symbol of fertility, abundance, and good fortune in Iranian culture. This architectural marvel pays homage to the rich tapestry of traditions woven into the fabric of Iranian society, capturing the essence of prosperity and vitality that the pomegranate embodies.

As you approach the pavilion, you're greeted by its elegant curves and intricate details, reminiscent of the iconic fruit that has held a special place in Iranian hearts for centuries. Each element of the design is carefully crafted to evoke a sense of reverence for the pomegranate and its symbolic significance. Step inside, and you'll discover a sanctuary of beauty and tranquility, where the spirit of the pomegranate infuses every corner with its essence. The pavilion becomes a place of gathering and celebration, where friends and family come together to share in the blessings of life and the abundance of nature.

But beyond its architectural splendor, this pavilion serves as a beacon of cultural pride and heritage, reminding us of the enduring power of symbolism to connect us to our roots and unite us in celebration. It's more than just a structure; it's a testament to the timeless traditions that continue to shape and enrich Iranian culture.

By Liliana Alvarez

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