Iranian Heritage Union Company

Projects

South of Naghsh Jahan Square

South of Naghsh Jahan Square

This project was presented and approved at the conference of UNESCO in Beijing in 2007 entitled "Sustainable Urban Reconstruction, Social Solidarity and Heritage Protection" and led to the conclusion of our contract between the UNESCO Office in Tehran and the Isfahan City Renovation and Improvement Organization.
Simorgh House (second phase)

Simorgh House (second phase)

Since the renovation project of Simorgh House is being completed with the attention of the officials, the first steps to advance the design stages of the second phase of the Simorgh House project are on the agenda. The second phase of the project includes the design of the hotel and the green area of Simorgh.
Simorgh House (Phase 3)

Simorgh House (Phase 3)

The third phase of the project includes the acquisition of residential license plates No. 51, 52 and 53, which will be annexed to the hotel service spaces after the acquisition.

about us

“Iranian Heritage Union” company was registered in the “Registration of Companies and Industrial Property” number 46105 on December 4, 1990 with the aim of working in the field of tourism and exploiting restored historical buildings. Simultaneously with the “registration” process, the company signed a tripartite memorandum with the “Isfahan Municipality Renovation” and “Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Isfahan Province” organizations; During which, in accordance with the approval of the Article 5 Commission of Isfahan, in order to enrich and revitalize the south of “Naghsh Jahan Square”, and considering the tourism capabilities hidden in this area, it purchased and acquired a historical building called “Majdal Ulama House”. . According to the memorandum, this “historic house” is the center of a plan to revitalize the southern part of Naghsh Jahan Square, the surrounding plaques of which will be acquired and accumulated during the development plan.

Restoration is a way to have a great personality. The purpose of restoration is to discover and preserve the historical and formal values ​​of the ancient building, and this action is based on respect for the old quality of the building and its original documents. The repair operation should be stopped when the hypotheses and possibilities of wear in the presence of its components begin. It is essential that any remedial and complementary operations deemed necessary for scientific or aesthetic reasons be clearly identified and that the repaired site be marked with a time of action. Historical studies and archaeological research should always be done on the building before the restoration operation begins.