A trace of the high-speed passage of angels
Angel megaproject is a multi-purpose building that uses the concept of an angel as a messenger, protector, and guide in its configuration context. Angel is a spatial exploration of human status and the search for a meaning that is unattainable in different nations, and its invisible presence has always been promised. Angel View is a complex network of pathways to challenge visitors to find their way through uncertainty, doubt, and paradox. It is also a symbolic sign of an angel with associative elements connected with Mitra (The Goddess) and light. It is Azar (the Goddess) who creates warmth. And it is associated with Anahita, the guardian of all bodies of water in the world. Angel is a philosophical investigation into the nature of existence and a mediator between humans and goddesses. Angel is a poetic expression of the human desire to go beyond life and reach the divine. This facade is a vertical and horizontal journey that invites visitors to experience different aspects of the angelic realm.
This project consists of four parts, each in accordance with the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire. Each section has a distinct architectural language and atmosphere that reflects the quality of the element. An angel facade is much more than a performance of the place; the high-speed passage of angels is a shelter and a source of inspiration.
Location: Fereshte (Angel) Megaproject, Haft e Tir Street, Mashhad
Timing: in the concept and execution stage
Client: Fereshte Mega Project, commissioned by Farahang Media Management Center
Art director: Mohsen Saraaji
Concept and design team: Alireza Bakhshi, Hassan Daneshvar, Ali Hataminejad
Art Reviewer: Metanat Mohibbi