Full of structural and aesthetic designs from the Persian art, Persian’s architectures have been seen as a paradise of decorative paintings and patterns with the historical and religious references. Persian’s architects have managed to combine beauty and magnificence in every detail with the use of the unique geometry.

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Persian architecture originated from area around today’s Iran, and its examples are distributed over a large area from Turkey to Iraq to Northern India and Tajikistan, and from Caucasus to Zanzibar. The architecture has stayed through the age-old history of the lands. From the spread of Muslim population in Middle East to different corners of the world, Persian has successfully left their creativity through their journeys in the 7th century.

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Persian Aesthetics

The fascinating and grandeur design of symbolic architectures was greatly influenced by the traditional culture and art of the Persian kingdom. The beautiful small details of arch, dome and muqarnas represent the Persian’s passion and creativity in decorating their Persian kingdom. The ornamentation, including stucco carvings, frescoes and paintings enhance the level of Persian aesthetics. These patterns exemplify the Islamic interest in repetition and symmetry with their stunning eye-catching color choices.

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Mosque – Isfahan, Iran

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Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Persian shades

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Persia’s distinctive artistic heritages created spaced with intriguing light wells. Together with windows, mirrors and reflecting pool, the beauty of natural light certainly adds a level of dynamic to the architectures and complementary effects to the patterns with the combination of light and shades to create a sacred and elegant space.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traditional_Persian_residential_architecture

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2834359/Stunning-images-showcase-beauty-Iranian-mosques.html

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