Good news! HKAC is planning our second Archi-Trip to Iran from 23 February to 4 March 2019.
Our previous Archi-Trip to Iran in April 2018 was an amazing and inspirational journey. We have visited not only its historical Architecture, but also the contemporary Iranian Architecture and meeting with the local Architects.
Un-covering the black veil, we have discovered the amazement of mathematics and sciences in Iranian Architecture and its beautiful people. It was indeed an unforgettable experience and much to learn from.
Next February, we will set foot in Iran again and continue our journey to explore the beauty of Iranian architecture and people! We will meet with the local Iranian architects who will share with us the Iranian Architecture; we will also walk into Iranian homes to explore more about Iran people and culture.
Architect Corrin Chan will join the trip too. Don’t miss it out!
10 day program, including:
Shiraz: Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Seyed Alaeddin Hossein Mosque, Shah Cheragh Shrine, Eram Garden, Vakil Mosques & Bazaar, Tomb of Hafez, Naqsh-e Rustam, Persepolis, Pasargad, Textile Gallery, Greenland Commercial Centre, Fars Caravansary
Yazd: Yazd Bazaar, Jameh Mosque, Amir Chaqmaq Mosque, Aghazadeh Historical House (Wind catcher tower), Zoroastrian Fire Temple
Isfahan: Jameh Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Chehel Sotun Palace, Esfahan Bazaar, Vank Cathedral, Ali Qapu Palace (Aga Khan Award 1980)
Kashan: Abyaneh Village, Bazaar of Kashan, Tabatabaei & Abbasian Historical Houses
Tehran: Golestan Palace, Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge, Tehran Book Garden, Azadi Square
(The above itinerary is for reference only, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.)
Due to limited places, please fill out the application form (https://goo.gl/forms/VWfquuhQfkXM3IrA3) by 30 October, 2018 if you are interested. Priority will be given to those pre-registered members and friends.
For any inquiries, please contact Karen / Crystal at 2805 7146 or email to email@example.com.
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