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2010

PROMOTING THE INDIGENOUS ARCHITECTURAL AND USE OF THE CLIMATE FRIENDLY CONCEPTS IN NEW DEVELOPMENT IN 3 CITIES IN THE COASTAL PERSIAN GULF AREA (IRAN)

Iran

Titre : DEVELOPMENT IN 3 CITIES IN THE COASTAL PERSIAN GULF AREA (IRAN)

Pays : Iran

N° projet  : IRA/SGP/OP4/RAF/Y3/10/12 (136)

Durée : Start Date : 9/2010 End Date : 5/2011

Contexte
In 2009 accompanied by an NSC member, during a site visit and project formulation tour from Shiraz to the south of the country partially along the hot Persian Gulf area, the rate of demolition of native environment and climatic friendly wind tower architecture and replacement with new box like buildings partially influenced by 3 to 4 story buildings in Dubai but without any consideration for climatic conditions requ iring severe air conditioning. This was observed in one coastal city after another. Also, after an earthquake in Qeshm Island in 2007 and the casualties related to wind towers, very few wind towers have been built.

Résumé du projet
The project aims to increase the awareness of various stakeholders targeting three major cities in along the coast including Bandar Abbas, Bandar Lengeh and Qeshm.
•An estimate will be provided on the increased demand on the already scarceelectricity with the existing trend and the savings if the indigenous architecture is preserved or if the concepts used in new constructions •The model of Laft city in Qeshm Island which has been able to preserve its indigenous buildings will be promoted. •Series of targeted workshops by concerned professionals will take place searching for formation of a concerned group for networking and promoting the value of the native sustainable architecture. •Developing sample designs including the environment friendly indigenous and sustainable knowledge into modern architecture. •Promoting earthquake resistance wind tower designs. •Preparing newsletters and power points from the workshop materials. •Preparation of a booklet or presentation of the project in a national architectural magazine.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 19,000.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 3,500.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 7,500.00

Bénéficiaire  : MOASSESE FARHANGI PAJOUHESHHAYE MEMARIYE KHANEH VA SHAHR (the “Local NGO”) AND SHABNAM SADAT ESMAEILI AND ALI ASGHARZADEH THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES IN COLLABORATION WITH LAFT VILLAGE COUNCIL

GEF Small Grants Programme

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