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Shadgan Wetland Reed Huts and Hideaway by Mahdiye Amiri

Project name:
Shadgan Wetland Reed Huts and Hideaway
Architecture firm:
Mahdiye Amiri
Shadgan Wetland, Sarakhiye Village, Khuzestan, Iran
Tools used:
Midjourney AI, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Mahdiye Amiri
Design team:
Mahdiye Amiri
Built area:
1500 m²
Site area:
Design year:
Completion year:
Mahdiye Amiri
Concept - Design
Hospitality › Recreational Resort

Mahdiye Amiri: Nestled along the serene wetlands of Shadgan in Khuzestan, Iran, lies a captivating series of reed and clay huts, each adorned with expansive windows offering panoramic views of the rich wetland landscape and the dynamic sky adorned with a myriad of birds. These quaint treehouses, connected by a rustic bridge crafted from woven reeds, create a harmonious union with their natural surroundings.

Inspired by the elements of nature, the design of these huts reflects the organic beauty of the wetlands, with their earthy materials and simple yet elegant structures. As night falls, soft illumination bathes the huts, casting a gentle glow that accentuates their natural charm and invites guests to linger in their tranquil ambiance. A pathway resembling a winding road gracefully connects the huts, guiding visitors on a journey of exploration through the lush greenery and trees that surround them. Wooden boats dot the water's surface, offering a means of navigating the wetlands and immersing oneself in the serene atmosphere.

In this idyllic setting, guests can embrace a lifestyle in harmony with nature, indulging in the simplicity of their surroundings while enjoying the bounty of the land. Fresh, locally caught fish provides sustenance, connecting visitors to the rhythms of the wetlands and fostering a deep appreciation for the interconnectedness of all living things.

As the gentle rustle of reeds and the distant calls of birds fill the air, these reed and clay huts offer a sanctuary where visitors can escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and reconnect with the natural world in all its splendor.

By Alfredo Gonzalez

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