Maziar Dolatabadi, Deniz Ebrahimi Azar, and Pary Pormoghadam of MADO Studio design Sarvestan 2 Villa, a residential villa with an area of about 600 square meters in northern Iran, located in the Sarvestan complex in Mazandaran province.
Sarvestan 2 residential villa project takes place in the gap between inside and outside.
“An invisible course in society on the border between external and internal bio-culture is a more critical and vital issue than global culture,” states MADO Studio.
What happens in the interior is in obvious contrast to our biosocial.
This contradiction is censored by a visible and invisible filter to fit into the conventional culture and integrated urban visage.
This paradox is the architects’ preoccupation with the project.
The inner complexed essence is covered by a layer of the mask, which is the initial embodiment of the house in the global visual memory.
A heavy, solid, and rigid layer that has no opening to what is happening inside and is protected from public view.
The inner complexity is like a maze, which moving among it, reveals more layers of it and organizes different spaces.
In the challenge and Interaction of the maze as the inner figure-ground organizer and mask as its social nature, the project is formed.
Wherever the mask is penetrated by the maze’s mass, a context is provided to settle the indoor functionality, and its void is transformed into project void (both indoor and outdoor) and private yards to the building despite the solidity and privacy from the outside, from the inside is very fluid and transparent.
Project: Sarvestan2 Villa
Architects: MADO Studio
Head Architect: Maziar Dolatabadi
Lead Architect: Deniz Ebrahimi Azar
Architect in Charge: Pary Pormoghadam
3D Design & Rendering: Donya Yousefi
Drawing: kimia Mahro, Hadiis Karimi
Photographers: MADO Studio