Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Artemis Farmaniyeh development in Tehran, under construction

Artemis Farmaniyeh development under construction, this view depicting excavation, reinforced concrete walls and foundation work in progress.

Iranian construction workers pouring concrete at Artemis Farmaniyeh construction site

Steel frame construction employing two tower cranes, in this view

Artist's rendering of completed Artemis Farmaniyeh building development

Artists's rendering of interior detail depicting shopping center levels. Artemis Farmaniyeh envisions a mixed-use building

Additional photos available at Artemis Farmaniyeh.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

in other silly and gratuitous propaganda posing as construction news..........

" North Korea, long pegged as perhaps the world's worst human rights abuser, accused Europe of committing "serious human rights abuse" for refusing to sell ski lifts to the Hermit Kingdom. That's perhaps the most revealing little moment in its breakneck effort to build ski resorts – one with real implications for how the outside world deals with North Korea.
North Korea has been working feverishly on constructing its first-ever ski resort, a lavish project that young leader Kim Jong Un personally set as a top national priority. But it has hit a major snag: It can't get ski lifts because of sanctions."

---- pretty soon, Iranians will be flocking to north Korea for the skiing as well as political freedom and wise governance