Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge spans a busy highway to connect two parks in a city with a very dense urban fabric
I’ve reached the end of this great history And all the land will talk of…
Returning home with lots of pictures to share from an incredibly blessed trip to Iran,…
Being Parviz Tanavoli: a note by Zainub Verjee In November 2015, I was invited to…
Creating a small and low budget apartment building in Tehran does not leave much space for creativity, yet an architect can try to do something with the material, textures, outer envelope and light.
Three sculptures by Iranian-Canadian artist Parviz Tanavoli are on display at Aga Khan Park on…
Lecture by Harvard AKPIA Fellow Charles Melville, Professor of Persian History, University of Cambridge Source:…
The Manouchehri House is a boutique hotel and textile centre situated in Kashan’s historic residential neighborhood, in the province of Isfahan. The project entailed the restoration of a 19th century merchant home
The leading Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli, who faced a travel ban last month, has unveiled…
– Experience the work of one of Iran’s most influential artists. – Tanavoli to come…
Tabiat Bridge, literally: “Nature Bridge” is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran, Iran. The architects first conceived the two-to-three level, 270-metre-long curved pedestrian bridge of varying width
When you consider the opportunities to expand your thinking and grow as an educated global citizen, your mind needs interesting perspectives and encounters of engagement.
On July 9, 1273, the Syrian fortress of Kahf was captured by the Mamluks.
Abbas Kiarostami, the multi-award-winning Iranian director whose 1997 film Taste of Cherry was awarded the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival, h
The projects are the Manouchehri House in the central Iranian city of Kashan, the Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge and the 40 Knots House
The medicine of medieval Islamic civilisations was derived primarily from Greek knowledge
Agate beads and fine moulded wares from Andej.
Send Navroz greetings to your friends and loved ones
This ancient New Year tradition coincides with the arrival of spring
Peter Willey (d. 2009) was the world authority on the Ismaili castles of Iran and Syria.
Novruz is associated with various local traditions
Wladimir Ivanow was a noted Russian scholar who worked for a half a century on Ismaili studies in Iran and India.
Khaki Khurasani, Imamquli, Isma‘ili poet and preacher of 17th-century Persia was born in Dizbad
In the 1930s, on an instruction from the Imam, the Nizari villages of Khorasan got their first schools.