Siavash Teimouri

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Siavash Teimouri
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Born (1937-06-22)22 June 1937
Iran, Tehran
Alma mater University of Tehran
École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts
Occupation Architect, philosopher, Architectural historian
Notable work Parc des Princes
east-west line of RER
Awards French Association of Architects's prize (1967) ,first place in design competition for University of Isfahan's faculty of science (1973)

Siavash Teimouri (born 22 June 1937) is noted architect and artist. He was born in Tehran, Iran, but moved to Paris in 1962. He received his PhD in architecture from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in 1969. While working with top class architects he received the French Association of Architects's prize in 1967. He achieved the first place in design competition for University of Isfahan's faculty of science in 1973. He is a member of the French Society of Architects and also member of the board of trustees of the Iran Architectural Pride Worthies Foundation.

He worked as a corporator for Salomon, Jean Frittier, Roger Taillibert, and Michelle Marot in the 1960s. He also served as a lecturer in Architecture at the University of Tehran and as CEO of Farmoum Consulting Engineers.

Partial list of projects[edit]

  • Residential complexes in Villejuif, France.
  • Sun Tower apartment building in Nice, France.
  • Chateau Périgord apartment building in Nice, France.
  • Sports Stadium in Limoge, France.
  • Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris, France.
  • Buildings in Arras, France.
  • Industrial and cinematographic centre, St Germain En Laye.
  • Health centre affiliated with the University of Paris, faculty of Medicine.
  • Villefranche and Marina Bais des Anges leisure ports.
  • St Denis institution in Reunion Island.
  • Indoor swimming pool of Casino Deauville, France.
  • Centre for training paralysed children in Montroda, France.
  • Centre for development of mind and body in Font Romeu, France.
  • Campus les Violettes near Chateau Amboise (winner of the smallest building with highest efficiency).
  • Designer and chief supervisor of RER, The commuter rail in Paris, France.

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