A monument to the martyred soldiers in the cultural center of Tehran next to the Museum of Sacred Defense. Simorgh (Phoenix) is one of the fictional myths of Iran and is a symbol of annihilation, rebirth and ascension. Simorgh in Iranian literature also refers to thirty birds that have reached unity on the way to Simorgh (their king), but instead of Simorgh, they discover and realize that they are Simorgh themselves. The main concept of this design is to use the Simorgh symbol. This Simorgh statue can be seen at a certain angle when the copper birds ,that symbolize the martyr, unite.
Amirhossain Ansari | Saeb Kefayati | Mostafa Rousta | Mojtaba Sabetfard