Daniel Kötter’s Striking Film HASHTI TEHRAN Examines Life In Iran’s Urban Peripheries - Something Curated
Hashti, in most traditional houses in Iran, is the space behind the sar-dar or doorway; they are designed in many different shapes, including octagonal, hexagonal, square and rectangular. The hashti is a space of distribution and circulation. Hasht, which means eight, is an allusion to an octagon with several directions which makes it possible to...
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