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Serenity Shelter by Hamidreza Edrisi & Kolsoum Ali Taleshi

Project name:
Serenity Shelter
Architecture firm:
studioedrisi, hourdesign.ir
Lut Desert, Iran
Tools used:
Midjourney AI, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Design team:
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Built area:
700 m²
Site area:
Design year:
Completion year:
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Hamidreza Edrisi, Kolsoum Ali Taleshi
Concept - Design
Residential › House

Hamidreza Edrisi & Kolsoum Ali Taleshi: A harmonious combination of nature and modern architecture!

This stunning modern sanctuary is set amidst the rugged beauty of the desert landscape, a testament to architectural innovation and natural harmony. But what really sets this house apart is its unique round shape made of clay that reflects the soft curves of the landscape. Built from the essence of the desert itself, this sanctuary is a tribute to sustainability and tradition. The interior seamlessly combines modern comforts with rustic charm, with earthy colors and natural materials creating a sense of harmony with the surroundings.

With windows positioned to capture stunning views of the arid desert, every glance outside feels like a painting come to life. Step outside, the azure waters of the pool glisten under the desert sun and invite you to coolness and relaxation. And then the terrace, where the sunrise and sunset can be seen across the horizon like a painted masterpiece. The gentle breeze of the desert blows and invites you to rest and think. Here time slows down and the rhythms of nature come into focus.

Whether you're lounging by the pool, enjoying the sunset on the terrace, or simply being in your own retreat, this is a place where the stresses of the world blow away like sand in the desert breeze. In a world full of noise and chaos, this modern desert retreat stands as a testament to the power of simplicity, sustainability and connection to the earth. It's a reminder that even in the most challenging environments, we can create beauty, find peace, and create connections that transcend time and space.

By Liliana Alvarez

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