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Niavaran Cultural Center Jan 2014 02
Tehran

بنای فرهنگسرای نیاوران توسط کامران دیبا و همکارانش طراحی و اجرا شده است. ساخت این بنا در دوره محمدرضا شاه پهلوی، در تاریخ ۱۳۵۵ شروع و در سال ۱۳۵۶ به اتمام رسید. کل فضای مجموعه نیاوران ۱۱۰ هزار متر مربع است و زیر بنای ساختمان فرهنگسرای نیاوران ۱۰ هزار متر مربع می‌باشد.

این بنا در شمال شرقی کلان‌شهر تهران و از نظر اقلیم در موقعیت معتدل کوهستانی می‌باشد در این اقلیم به علت وجود بادهای شمال، معماری فرهنگسرا به صورت شرق و غرب طراحی شده است.

نورگیری این بنا از ۴ طرف صورت می گیرد. گر چه ساختمان نیاوران به صورت قسمت‌های مجزا طراحی شده و بعد در کنار هم قرار گرفته اما با نوآوری‌های خاص، طراح توانسته ارتباطی صحیح و جستجوگر میان دو ساختمان بوجود آورد.

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