Navid Pharmacy ( 32:95 )
Pharmacy design is a functional and challenged design subject .
The client is an old pharmacists who live in pirouzi district one of low-level one in Tehran .The old pharmacy has established in the year 1332 (63 years ago – 1953). Due to the placement of pharmacies in the municipality and widening the intersection, a neighboring property assign to the client to construct a new pharmacy. The purpose of the client was full transition to the new location. Also, he wanted to correct of shortage of old pharmacy. Within area limitation of new property than the old pharmacy was the most important challenge. The pharmacy design should met the needs of the client.
First, Designers measured dimensions of everything in pharmacy 1332. The medicine cabinet in new pharmacy and consequent layout of the shelves designed to provide sufficient space. Also, The interior space divided into two distinct. The wooden part assign to sales of cosmetics and the white part assign to medicine .
To achieve the client’s requirements, providing visibility and limitation of construction in each levels due to maximum construction of 60% of area.
The void designed to providing visual communication between different parts. Also,The void and arrangement of spaces at the ground floor combined. The combination emphasized on two cosmetics and medicine parts. Two separate section deal with different materials. One section is white and the other section is wood surfaces. these two sections is combined with whole volumes and integrated with space. The gap between these two parts to form a glowing crack in the ceiling of the ground floor, first floor walls. Finally this line eventually extends to the façade.
- Address : Tehran, Iran
- Design Date : 2014
- Execution Date : 2015
- Architect in Charge : Shahab Mirzaean Mahabadi, Amir Mahdi Mastoori, Elham Mastoori Design Team: Mohammadebrahim Tajik,Marjan Nazari, Omid Mohammadi, Hosein Zein Aghaji, Kasra shafieezadeh
- Execution : Amir Mahdi Mastoori, Hamaidreza Hashemi
- Area : 240 sqm
- Photo credits : Hamoon Moghadam