House of 40 Knots by architectects Habibeh Madjdabadi and Alireza Mashhadimirza
This façade brick system joins the traditional use of bricks in Iranian architecture with a modern aesthetic. Specially fabricated bricks with two holes are "knit" onto steel tubes to form patterns. The vertical steel bars are connected to a steel L profile which is anchored directly to the steel structure of the façade. This simple system allows infinite patterns to respond to different needs of lighting and privacy.
Project source: Archdaily