Entrusting the historic Oshidari house to Rezvan Kish Company

With the presence of Dr. Mehrabi, executive director of Afrinesh Holding office in Kerman, Mohsen Naveh Aghayi, representative of the country’s revitalization fund, Hamidreza Arabpour, CEO of Rezvan Kish Company, Shafiepour, CEO of Afarinesh Nafis Rug (Farsh Nafis Afrinesh) Company, and a number of other managers, the historical house of Oshidari Kerman was handed over to Rezvan Kish Company. Oshidari House, Kerman, has an area of ​​3,660 square meters and 1,900 square meters of infrastructure, and after restoration, it is going to become a tourism center in the field of handicrafts and tourism in Kerman province.

“Until now, the Oshidri house was in the possession of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization of Kerman Province, but today it was handed over to Rezvan Kish Company for restoration and optimal use.” The executive director of Afarinesh Holding office in Kerman told Rezvan Kish at the ceremony of entrusting this building. “For this plan, a lot of expert work and studies have been done in Kerman and Tehran. Regarding the future of Oshidari House, he stated: There are suggestions for the optimal use of this project, although no definite conclusion has been reached in this regard yet, and we are waiting for expert opinions and confirmation from the holding managers to make the best decision for it.”

“Oshidari House is one of the historical buildings of the Qajar period, which was unfortunately neglected, and this company has many plans for the restoration and reconstruction of this historical building and its cultural and tourism use in the future of this mansion.” The CEO of Rezvan Kish Company also stated regarding the renovation and reconstruction of this historical place in Kerman.

“The restoration of this building is on the agenda of Rizvan Kish Company, and we will try to complete its restoration in the next two years, and after that, this building will become an exemplary handicraft and tourism center in the country.” Arabpour added.

The CEO of Afarinesh Nafis Rug announced the launch of a carpet town in Oshidari House in Kerman and stated: Oshidari House is supposed to become a tourist spot in the field of carpets and handicrafts after restoration. In this town, the complete cycle of carpet production from yarn spinning to weaving and carpet production will be exhibited, which is very new and creative in its kind and can attract those interested in handicrafts and carpets.