Reza Mafakher Rahimzadeh Jewelry Retail
Rahimzadeh Jewelry Retail is Silver Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Rahimzadeh Jewelry Retail

Luxury presentation, old Qajar reign theme and futuristic appearance was the main concepts which has developed the project from the beginning to end. Mirror hall of Golestan Palace with all mirror ceiling and walls was the main concept of design. The concept has emerged into the 4 by 4 chromic cubes for coating the walls. In this design, the concept of antiquity design was shown not only in the Qajar mirror theme but also by presenting the history by two layer walls. Due to this purpose the main brick ceiling is exposed behind the movements of chromic cubes.

Rahimzadeh Jewelry Retail
Reza Mafakher Rahimzadeh Jewelry
Reza Mafakher Retail
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. Rahimzadeh

The owner of the Rahimzadeh Jewelry shop in Tehran old Bazaar. Rahimzadeh jewelry with 113 years old, is located in the main bazaar of Tehran.Its historical background goes back to one of the most recognizable buildings of Qajar reign “Golestan Palace”, is also located in the main bazaar