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Pleurotus Tower by Hamidreza Edrisi & Kolsoum Ali Taleshi

Project name:
Pleurotus Tower
Architecture firm:
studioedrisi & hourdesign.ir
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
45 meters
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Tools used:
Midjourney AI
Principal architect:
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Design team:
Interior design:
Design year:
Completion year:
Built area:
15000 m²
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Environmental & MEP:
Concept - Design
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Kolsoum Ali Taleshi: Unveiling the extraordinary: this architectural masterpiece seamlessly blends innovation with the organic forms of nature, creating a space that transcends the boundaries of imagination.

Every detail of this mushroom-inspired tower reflects Zaha Hadid's signature style. Imagine entering a world where architecture becomes art and every angle speaks of creativity and genius.

This design not only challenges conventional concepts, but also invites you to explore the symbiotic relationship between the built environment and the natural world. It's a reminder that architecture can be a transformative experience, connecting us to our surroundings in unexpected ways.

Zaha Hadid's visionary genius is on display in this architectural masterpiece, where every curve tells a story of innovation and creativity. The mushroom-like design not only captures the essence of nature, but also pushes the boundaries of what we thought was possible in architecture.

Fluid lines and dynamic shapes echo the delicacy of mushrooms and create a dialogue between the built environment and the natural world. Interior design is a holistic exploration of space, light and texture. Zaha Hadid's architectural prowess is evident in the interior design, where every detail is carefully designed to evoke a sense of wonder and create a dynamic environment that engages the senses and challenges traditional concepts of spatial design.

The mushroom-like tower prompts us to question the limits of creativity and reimagine the possibilities within the realm of architecture. This architectural wonder is not just a structure. It is a dynamic experience and a harmonious fusion of form and function.

As we marvel at this architectural gem, let's appreciate the intersection of nature and design. Architect Zaha Hadid once again proved that architecture is a canvas for innovation, where imagination knows no bounds. This mushroom-like tower stands not only as a symbol of architectural prowess, but also as an inspiration to those who dare to dream beyond the ordinary.

Footnote: Shell mushroom or Pleurotus is one of the types of edible mushrooms that have several different species and since we got an idea from the shape and design of this type of mushroom in the design, we chose the name Pleurotus to name the tower. At the end of the presented set of images, there is an image of Pleurotus mushroom.

By Liliana Alvarez

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