Literary means “adventure”, these colorful-domed residences are located in south of Iran, in a beautiful red soil island called Hormuz.
Hormuz is a formerly glorious historic port in the strategic strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf, South of Iran, that controls the shipment of petroleum from the Middle East. The island has outstanding colorful surreal landscapes.
This 10,300-square-metre housing is a part of Hormuz 2 project which has been caring out by ZAV Architects for developing tourism of the area in a sustainable way. This place offers a fabulous opportunity of co-existence of travelers and locals.
Presence in Hormuz 2 housing also contains amenity domes such as staff rooms, café, resting rooms, storage, laundry, tourist info, salon and prayer room.
In the interiors, the architects designed colorful interiors which is a continuation of the outside appearance of the development. The interiors are based on a simple layout – they are commonly filled with flexible arrangement.
The great harmony of building’s color, blue sea and red soil makes the place.