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studio INTEGRATE Flux Table
Flux Table is Golden Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Award Category.
Flux Table

Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy from Studio INTEGRATE have created “Flux Table” within their exploration of fusing historically rooted geometries with contemporary modes of computation. Its intricate form and pattern is derived from a basic "Toranj", a mathematical pattern used in Iranian architecture; from which a smooth transition between two layers of a strict geometric pattern is constructed. The geometrical pattern at the top surface fuses to the bottom layer through a series of multi-directional arches. The generated form is manufactured using digital fabrication.

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studio INTEGRATE

studio INTEGRATE is an architecture and design studio. Founded in 2011 by Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy, it is interested in designing new spaces and products through a methodology that integrates aesthetics and performance. studio INTEGRATE has transformed a historical mathematical and geometrical design approach through a contemporary use of materials and digital design techniques and production tools. studio INTEGRATE focuses on finding a unique answer to each project through a method that is informed by research. They aim to create buildings and products that are innovative and culturally rooted.

studio INTEGRATE

Integrate is an international architectural studio, located in London. It was founded by Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy in 2009. Integrate is interested in designing new spaces through a new methodology that integrates aesthetics and performance. We consider the human sense of beauty and comfort as the most imperative element that forms space. We strive to achieve new qualitative and performative spaces via a careful examination of exterior and interior forces that effect the built environment. These forces include site characteristics, micro- and macroclimatic situations, spatial criteria, material capacity and local techniques and resources. Employing new sophisticated design and analysis tools along with rigorous physical material studies allow us to synthesize design and performance, establishing new relationships with the built environment and ultimately leading to novel spatial experiences. Mehran Gharleghi received his Master of Architecture from the Emergent Technologies and Design Master Programme at the Architectural Association. He is an architect and researcher. He has been collaborating with prominent architects in Iran since 2002 and recently collaborated with the award winning Plasma Studio in London and now working in Foster and Partners. He has been jury member in Diploma unit 7, intermediate unit 7&8 since 2008. He lectured at the Smart Geometry09, AA Fab Research Cluster Symposium and ACADIA 2009. Mehran Gharleghi has been interviewed in the book entitled ‘ Conversation With the Young Architect’ in which he seeks the current role of young architect through a conversation with award winnig architect Nasrine Faghih. Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy exhibited their ‘Responsive Pneumatic Systems’ research at London’s Design Festival 2009. Director Mehran Gharleghi, Co-Founder BArch MArch (The Architectural Association) BArch MArch (The Architectural Association)