Muzah-i Muqaddam
Tehran, Iran
The Muqaddam House and Museum (Moghadam Museum) is a historic house in Tehran that once belonged to Muhsin Muqaddam. It dates to the end of the Qajar period. The house features a large courtyard garden and is typical of Qajar homes in that its plan incorporates a public (biruni) and private (andaruni) section. After becoming a public space, the house was restored and converted into a museum for the display of historic objects.

Sources:

IranShahrPedia: Encyclopedia of Iranian Architectural History entry: http://iranshahrpedia.com/view/18178. Archived site (June 7, 2019): http://archive.is/Qw3TF

Registration number in Fihrist-i Asar-i Milli-i Iran: 2929. Date of registration: 20/9/1379 (Solar Hijri).

منابع فارسى

: دانشنامۀ تاریخ معماری و شهرسازی ایران‌شهر

شمارهٔ ثبت در فهرست آثار ملى ايران:۲۹۲۹.  تاریخ ثبت: ۱۳۷۹/۰۹/۲۰

Location
Imam Khomeini St. at Sheykh Hadi St., Tehran, Iran
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Associated Names
Events
ca. first quarter 20th c./first half 14th c. AH
Style Periods
1779-1924
Variant Names
خانه و موزه مقدم
Original
Khanah va Muzah-i Muqaddam
Transliterated
Khaneh ve Muzeh-e Moghaddam
Alternate transliteration
Moghadam House and Museum
Translated
خانه مقدم
Alternate
Building Usages
museum
public/cultural
house
residential