This Marvel Temple in Iran Elegantly Embraces The Lush Green Nature | Arash Kashkooli


Arash Kashkooli has visualised a beautiful and serene temple- named 'Marvel Temple'- in the heart of the forest in Tehran, Iran. The idea was to create a temple amidst the lush greenery of the forest. Also, the plan was to let people get mentally prepared for it before reaching the temple. The architect drew inspiration from the surrounding greenery and utilised locally available materials to create this ethereal temple. Read more about the project below at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

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marvel_temple_tehran_iranNestled in the serene and green landscape of Tehran, Iran, this amazing temple is inspired by the surrounding space.


Highlights of the Temple

The striking temple features a stream of water that flows through the middle of it.

marvel_temple_tehran_iranFurther the architect juxtaposes the warm tones of the temple with cool and trendy lights. This balances and gives a feeling of tranquillity to the devotees and visitors.   

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The stone paved pathway leads to a pretty lush garden, which is lying at the center of the temple. On a whole, the entire concept design allows the people to directly connect with nature and god.

Project Details

Project name: Marvel Temple
Architecture firm: Arash Kashkooli Freelancer
Location: Tehran, Iran
Principal architect: Arash Kashkooli
Built area: 150 m²
Site area: 260 m²
Design year: 2021
Completion year: 2021
Visualization: Arash Kashkooli
Client: Private
Status: In Process
Typology: Religious, Temple

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