AZAR from the Collection Of “Jewelries Of Fire” Inspired by Fire Temple of Firrozabad in Iran.
AZAR is a reinterpretation of the access corridors to the sacred fire, seen from an aerial perspective combined with the profile of the temple, seen as a faithful person who is about to enter.
Made In Italy by a Persian artist -
Chartaq, chahartaq, chartaqi or chahartaqi literally meaning "four arches", is an architectural unit consisted of four barrel vaults and a dome.
Chartaqi was a prominent element in #Iranianarchitecture, having various functions and used in both secular and religious contexts for 1,500 years, with the first instance apparently being developed in Gor (Firuzabad), Pars, in 210s AD by Ardashir I.
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