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A Look at the Mind-Boggling Intricacies of Iranian Architecture

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While modern Iranian architecture picks up steam untangling the labyrinthine Persian vernacular into seriously sleek forms, Northern Iranian student Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji has been reveling in the country's traditional fare, turning his sights to the ceilings, where intricate motifs are thick, regimented, and, yeah, stunning. In his photos the richness of the painted domes are on full display, offering almost dizzying examples of the built loveliness for which the region is known.

· Mohammad Domiri Documents the Intricacy of Iranian Architecture [Design Boom]
· Take In the Head-Turning Contemporary Homes of Tehran [Curbed National]