AquiliAlberg Architecture and Design Studio has created a dynamic proposal for the Benetton Group in Teheran. Pulling from the history and aesthetics of Persian writings on fabric, Designing in Teheran searches for its identity by the fabric-like interweaving of form and structure. Three indentical volumes are rotated and merged into a single volume, then wrapped in a skin with a pattern inspired by Persian fabric. The skin weaves together both shading from the sun, and photovoltaic panels. The form allows ample natural light and a plethora of panoramic views which showcase the city. Inside, the structure is column-free, allowing the space usage to be flexible over time. Designing in Teheran includes commercial spaces, office spaces, and upper-floor apartments.