Margraf unveils details of contract wins in Iran

Margraf has signed contracts to supply marble for two projects in Tehran, Iran: Dashty – The Castle, which completed in Q4 2016; and Persis Commercial & Office Tower, which is ongoing

Margraf secured contracts to supply marble to two projects in Tehran, Iran: Dashty – The Castle (pictured above), and Persis Commercial & Office Tower.
Margraf secured contracts to supply marble to two projects in Tehran, Iran: Dashty – The Castle (pictured above), and Persis Commercial & Office Tower.

Margraf has revealed details of two contract wins in Tehran, Iran.

The Italy-headquartered materials company supplied marble for Dashty – The Castle, and is in the process of supplying marble for Persis Commercial & Office Tower.

Located in Tehran’s Fereshteh neighbourhood, Dashty – The Castle is a 10-storey residential building that completed in December 2016.

Margraf supplied approximately 2,200m2 of marble for the project, which was designed by architect Max Teherani. The building’s interior design (ID) package was delivered by Taghizadeh Gholamrezah of Ateliray.

Persis Commercial & Office Tower is a 16-storey mixed-use development, comprising a mall and office spaces. The structure is located at the base of Iran’s Alborz mountain range.

To date, Margraf has supplied 300m2 of Bianco Statuario marble for the tower’s lobby. The firm is in the process of producing 500m2 of additional marble for the building’s executive floors.

Margraf stated that its ability to supply exclusive lines of marble sourced from quarries that it owns and operates is facilitating significant growth in the Middle East’s construction market.

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