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Mr Shokouhian Office at Padiav parth architectural group
Tehran

Padiav was a spatial component of traditional Persian houses : an enclosed courtyard with a pool or free flowing stream going through it . The word patio is derived from this word after another transformation

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Uploaded: 20/01/2012
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Tags: padiav parth; architectural; office; bahram shokohian; بهرام شکوهیان; پادیاو پارث; دفتر معماری; مهندسین مشاور
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