The Contemporary Persia Collection


With “The Contemporary Persia Collection", Hadi Teherani Design and the swiss company Christian Fischbacher have designed a furnishing fabrics collection that reflects the beauty of Persia.


In an intensive creative dialogue, Creative Director Camilla Fischbacher and Hadi Teherani have followed in the footsteps of their Persian roots. The collection's extraordinary furnishing fabrics and rugs reflect Iran's scenic and cultural richness in elegant, refined designs. 


Inspired by the unique landscape of Iran, the colour palette includes restrained, earthy tones as well as strong colour accents. The graphic patterns and soft colour gradients of the fabrics are a contemporary interpretation of the vibrant country’s aesthetics.


Save the Date - Milan Design Week 7 - 12 June ⁠

Looking forward to seeing you at the ⁠
Christian Fischbacher Showroom⁠
Via del Carmine 9, Milan⁠

Feierliche Grundsteinlegung für den Innovationsbogen Augsburg


Mit der feierlichen Grundsteinlegung wurde am Dienstag, 26. April, das offizielle Startsignal für das Projekt INNOVATIONSBOGEN der WALTER AG gegeben. In den kommenden Monaten entsteht mit dem hochmodernen Bauwerk ein neues Wahrzeichen für den Wissenschafts- und Technologiestandort Augsburg.


Der elegant geschwungene Bogen des Gebäudes formt beinahe einen Sonnenaufgang. Das begrünte Dach sorgt dafür, dass der Innovationsbogen mit seiner Umgebung zu einer Einheit verschmilzt. Die markante Silhouette wird den Bürokomplex zur neuen Landmarke des Augsburg Innovationspark machen. Der Innovationspark gilt schon jetzt als Augsburger Erfolgsprojekt: Auf 70 Hektar entsteht dort ein international anerkanntes Kompetenzzentrum für die produktionsorientierte Entwicklung von innovativen Technologien.


Der Innovationsbogen ist nicht nur von außen grün – auch Energieversorgung und Haustechnik sind auf höchste Ressourcenschonung und Energieeffizienz ausgelegt. Die Photovoltaikanlagen auf dem Dach leisten einen wesentlichen Beitrag zur Energieversorgung. Die Wärmeversorgung wird durch Fernwärme gewährleistet, das innovative Kühlungssystem nutzt energieschonend die Kühlenergie des Grundwassers. Das Gebäude soll nach dem internationalen Umwelt-Label ´Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design´ (LEED) mit dem Platinum Core&Shell-Standard zertifiziert werden.


Hadi Teherani Architects haben neben der Architektur ebenfalls das Interior der allgemein zugänglichen Bereiche entworfen. So entstehen maximal flexible und innovative Arbeitswelten mit hoher emotionaler Ausstrahlung. Auf ein Architekturbüro zu setzen, das international anerkannt ist, dokumentiere den Anspruch, den die Firma Walter an sich selbst stelle, so Oberbürgermeisterin Eva Weber.


Range 270 Bicolor. Polyamide meets stainless steel


The new HEWI range of fittings is the perfect result of design, technology and quality. The fastening technology meets the requirements of user category 4 in accordance with DIN 1906 and is suitable for both private areas and heavily frequented office and commercial buildings. With the special edition in black matt, Range 270 is an elegant style icon on the door and creates an individual aesthetic. Range 270 is now also available in bicolor - an unusual mix. Stainless steel roses with metallic PVD finishes enclose the polyamide inlay.


With bicolor, HEWI offers a unique fitting which enables individual design. Consisting of two materials, bicolor opens up an unusual mix: polyamide meets stainless steel. A flat stainless steel rosette encloses a coloured polyamide inlay. The rosette is available in satin or mirror polished stainless steel. In addition, PVD nuances in brass, copper, bronze or black chrome are also available in matt. In total, there are three polyamide colours in two surfaces - matt and shiny.


The combination of colour and various metallic surfaces sets completely new accents on the door. The door handle thus becomes a statement of personal style. The possibility of individualisation is not only interesting for exclusive residential construction, but also offers companies in office and commercial buildings the option of implementing the corporate design down to the smallest detail. With bicolor, hotels create an individual feel-good ambience for guests and visitors right at the door.



Special acknowledgement for mixed-use high-rise in Düsseldorf


Hadi Teherani Architects and LAND Germany have received a special distinction for their draft of a mixed-use high-rise at the BelsenPark II project in Düsseldorf. Chaired by Professor Ulrich Holzscheiter, the jury panel made its decision on 3 March 2022. An inner-city mixed-use high-rise in the form of a stand-alone and sustainable urban building-block was to be drafted on a planning area measuring 6,100 square metres as the terminus for overall development of the “BelsenPark” plot. The mixture comprised of apartments, commercial uses and (partially) public areas ought to sculpt a prominent high point as a gesture of western access to the city.

The draft from Hadi Teherani Architects primarily sets itself apart by responding to the complex urban development situation and to the parameters impacting the property in a manner that maximises the quality of the hybrid usage agenda. Paramount thereby is the creation of a residential environment which is free from bothersome noise emissions stemming from neighbouring traffic arteries.

Second Prize in Exploratory Workshop Spaldingstrasse in Hammerbrook


Hadi Teherani Architects and Inside Outside Amsterdam have been awarded Second Prize for their joint draft of a hybridly utilised urban module directly along the elevated railway route in Hammerbrook, a district of Hamburg. The jury made a point of commending how the railway route is being staged as an attraction. The panel furthermore praised that “the sunken municipal plaza/garden promises to be an appealing option to linger and will be perceived as a very strong contribution towards interconnecting with the site”.



In the draft from Hadi Teherani Architects, one structure is being respectively proposed on each lot, each of which functions self-reliantly yet, in terms of their designed configuration, nonetheless belongs to a family. Two clear-cut identities arise, Spalding & Albert. But when viewed in an urban spatial sense they harmonise as an ensemble and augment one another. The central role in conceptualisation is clearly played by Hamburg’s elevated railway route. We view it as a vibrant element that we want to strengthen. And in doing so, what plays a key role is not only the way the construction mass involving this special feature is handled: particular weight is given to the creation of an intriguing, bustling, high-quality urban space beneath it. It is to be expected that in the course of the change in mobility the flows of pedestrians and cyclists on the Hammerbrookstrasse thoroughfare shall distinctly increase along the elevated railway route, though the automotive traffic flows on the adjoining Nordkanalstrasse and Spaldingstrasse will not necessarily diminish. We therefore respond to to these two streets’ one-way “directions” (south-north and east-west) with two high points which quite clearly receive their height limit from the local surroundings. The northern building (Spalding) is roughly 60 m high, the southern (Albert) about 50 m high. In our opinion a total GFA of somewhat more than 28,500 m² shall be consequently attained. 


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