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Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp
Velayat-Camp

Velayat Camp

In the development of recent decades in the city of Qom, the northern parts of the city have attracted the attention of local authorities and travellers. One of these areas is related to the current project site, which is located in District 3 of Qom, within the area of 72 Tan Square, and among the vast parks of this section of Qom. This site, which was previously owned by Qom Municipality and has been used as a seasonal market, has been acquired by the Basij organization in the last two decades and has been used as a camp for educational, cultural and educational purposes. The buildings in the “Velayat Camp” are often reminiscent of far years, and most of them have poor design and construction quality, which has led the authorities to consider redesigning and rebuilding them.
Current design intended to preserve the green space and trees in the complex as much as possible, to demolish inappropriate buildings, and to gradually replace them with new ones. In this project, the climate of Qom city and the site of the project has been considered and in addition to responding to the practical needs, architecture design has been tried to serve the intended meaning and cultural attachments.
The “Velayat Camp” is also an important part of the country in terms of location. Proximity to the Qom-Tehran road, intercity terminals, as well as the location of the Rahyan Noor camp trips has made the complex have trans-regional capacities, a topic that is also being considered in the current architectural design.

Project Name:

Velayat Camp

Client:

Location:

72 Tan Square, Qhom

Country

Iran

Project Year:

2020

Programme:

Camp

Status:

Design

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Building site:

Design Manager:

Yahya Nourian

Design team:

Documentation Manager:

Farzin Khaki

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