S & R IAU Architect Designs Residential Complex through Solar Energy

Monday, September 24, 2018 - 15:45

An architecture student of Science and Research IAU, has designed a residential complex plan through solar energy based on the condition of Tehran, district 22.

According to an ISCA report, the study suggests energy-independent architectural models for residential complexes through the production of solar-energy-based renewable energy.

Vahdaneh Fooladi explained that the complex has been designed in 7 floors and 96 units, 4 business buildings, 2 sports blocks and a conference hall.

She added that the green area of this residential complex has been covered with many trees, planted in the direction of wind blowing.

Tehran district 22 was selected as the target area for the residential complex. Solar-powered panels convert the sun's rays into electricity and supply the power of the building. Also, wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power.

Led by Dr. Vahdaneh Fouladi, faculty member of art and architecture department of Science and Research IAU, the research was carried out by Rana Nouri, architecture student of Science and Research IAU.


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