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TAGS: Architecture; Haft Vadi (Seven Valleys)
LOCATIONS: New York; United States (documents)
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An architectural proposal for a Bahá'í complex in Manhattan, designed structurally and mathematically based on the Seven Valleys.
Background work for 1997-98 thesis on architecture for Syracuse University. Mirrored from

World Baha'i Institute in New York

by Nima Yadollahpour

About: The goal of this project is to understand and comprehend the philosophy of the Bahá'í faith and its literature. From this knowledge, I hope to investigate the issue of transforming a specific Bahá'í text into an architectural form. At this point, my job is not only to be an architect but also a translator. To be able to create an architectural language which is a derivative of the philosophy and the writings of the Bahá'í Faith.
Because this PDF is large — 70 pages and 10MB — it is not automatically displayed on this webpage.

Click here to download it: yadollahpour_world_bahai_institute.pdf.

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