On the other hand, a flat spatial organization would again limit the capabilities of the units in terms of view, light, and spatial organization. The design team proposed the development of duplex apartments, each of which could be spread through two stories and offer more possibilities not only for daylight but also how the inner access network of the units would function. This strategy also helped us to divide each unit into distinct private and public areas that are separated by courtyards and level changes. Even the northmost unit, often the least pleasant in this type of project, opens to a private yard that gives it defining qualities of a unique view.
Many of the tactics deployed in the design are inspired by the features of the Iranian traditional conventions of architecture. Through this measure, the project tries to manifest itself as a return to historical routs, while the modern materials, building technics, and spatial features like a bridge gallery hanging over the courtyard, show a careful intention to comfort the habitants.