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Firuzeh Studio Mar 2013 Reza Forghan Architectural Group 02
Tehran

Firuzeh Studio is a multidisciplinary architectural design, construction and research firm originated in Tehran. 

Firuzeh Studio was co-founded by Reza Forghani and Sahar Salehi both holders of M.Arch degree. Firuzeh Studio was established to explore and regenerate ideas and concepts in a creative and versatile atmosphere; A studio that takes each opportunity to the next level. Our motto is:

Think simple, Design subtle, Build miracles!

Call us on +98 (21) 88 50 29 38 

http://www.majidpanahi.com/

Copyright: Majeed panahee joo
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Subida: 04/04/2013
Actualizado: 14/04/2014
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