Reza Mafakher Penumbra Commercial Administrative
Penumbra Commercial Administrative is Bronze Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Category.
Penumbra Commercial Administrative

The main purpose of this project is to create a facade with a static structure that, due to the mobility of the observer’s coordinate, creates a representation of interactive architecture.This building is created from vertical surfaces with black and white faces. It constructs unlimited sequences due to the portion of the appearance of black and white sides of the facet module in the creation of a shade of the facet in a specific moment. Sequences of neutral gray alongside an incomparable reflection of environment, creates a chromatic tone which only belongs to that specific experiment of

Penumbra Commercial Administrative
Reza Mafakher Penumbra
Reza Mafakher Commercial Administrative
Reza Mafakher design
Reza Mafakher design
Reza Mafakher

Reza Mafakher is born on 1980 in Shiraz, Iran. He has finished his Master of Arts in architecture In Tarbiat Modarres University. He started his career from “Ivan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan” and “Gamma” companies in 2003. Then he co-founded “studio 11” and “zeta” design offices and construction companies in 2006 and 2008. He has been Architect, designer and university lecturer for years and has already won many national & international awards. In 2011 Mafakher founded his own company with the name of “xema architects” to provide exterior, interior and urban design services. “xema architects” under supervision of Reza Mafakher has made its way to perfection by commitment in innovative designing in avant-garde exterior, interior, urban and furniture designs. Handling numerous projects, experiencing real world architectural problems and being honored with national and international competition prizes has been achievements of the firm in the past years.

Mr. Pasandideh Far

Mr. Pasandideh is a private client of our office and host of Penumbra Building in Farah Abad Street.Farah Abad Boulevard ties the city of Sari to the Caspian Sea creating the main tourist route. It is a northern Iran’s routes that create moments grasping the attention of the observer as continues linking the city to the sea without the acknowledgment of the distance traveled. A boulevard covering diverse buildings, representing different periods of time that creates a metaphoric film sequence; a narrative of perception that differs from one observer to the other.