Four Iranian architectural projects were among the winners at the fourth annual Architizer A+ Awards.
A photo gallery of a bridge with an interesting function: preventing rainwater from going to waste.
Aminabad Caravanserai lies south of Shahreza, Isfahan province, and is a Safavid dynasty era structure and a major tourist attraction.
Golchin historical house is a valuable attraction in Dezful, in the southwestern province of Khuzestan. Dezful is known as the ‘City of Bricks’ in light of its unique architectural decorations.
The well-known Persian poet and mystic, Farid Ud-din Attar Nishapuri, was born in c. 1145, and martyred in c. 1221. His mausoleum is located...
The Veresk bridge, located in Veresk district of Savadkuh County in Mazandaran province, was mostly constructed by Austrians before World War II, under the leadership of an engineer named Walter Aigner.
The world’s largest travel website TRIPADVISOR has hailed the historical mausoleum of ancient Persian poet Hafez in Shiraz.
Yazd, a desert provincial capital, is home to its own unique Persian architecture. The historical city is nicknamed the “City of Wind-Catchers” (Shahr-e Badgirha)...
Orsi Khaneh Residential Apartment, designed by Nima Keivani, has been awarded the Bronze A' Design Award Winner for Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category in 2015.
Pigeon houses represent a perfect example of humans and nature working together for mutual benefits.