- Single residential prototype (holiday house), built several times
- Designed by Nasim Razavian
- Consultant: Nadieh Imani
- First Building Built: 2011
- Location: Nour, Iran
- Plot Area: Varies
- Built Area: 160 m2
- Photos: Nasim Razavian
Villa A is part of Dashte-Nour project, a 40 hectare holiday housing complex in north of Iran. It is designed as a prototype for narrower plots. Since its design in 2010, it has been built several times.
Villa A is concerned with multiple operations of looking at the surrounding. It has multiple windows each framing the landscape differently.
The undulated windows on the ground floor provide multi-directional view to the surrounding, the double height window brings in a lot of natural light and creates an oblique view to the garden and the cavity windows provide frame the landscape in a peculiar manner while creating shadows.
The slight shifting of the first floor away from the ground floor expands and diversifies the views. This shifting also creates a balcony with view over the rice fields and provides shelter for the platform on the ground floor.