Zhivan – Negin Shahre Ayndeh
In the past, building a house began with land acquisition. One took possession of the land and built his house as he wished. Land shortages occurred as cities became metropolitan areas. Efforts to propagate the land were inevitable. The developer mediated the architect and homeowner, and since you no longer owned the land, you could not build the house to your liking.
The game has to be re-arranged. The need to reproduce the land can not be ruled out, but the land can be lifted from the alley level and placed on a super structure. The developer can offer the reproduced land directly to the buyer and be a facilitator between the architect and the homeowner and, at a higher regulatory level, develop larger ideas.
The design of the house can be created directly from the face-to-face cooperation of the architect and the buyer, and can be built with the supervision and planning of the developer on the land that has now been liberated. Public spaces can be laid out on designated passages that connect neighboring lands and properties. Passages that, when the city becomes as unhealthy as it is today, reduce the needs of the residents of this small neighborhood to the big city.
Despite the long life of this model, the building still has its own face today. A face designed for the current needs of the developer. A contemporary building that connects the concept of past ownership to the new way in the future.