The 18th-century Dolat Abad garden follows a classic Iranian design, divided into two sections.
The outer part includes gardens and beautiful spaces that can be seen from the entrance. The inner portion represents the Iranian architectural concept of family privacy.
This building has a distinctive windcatcher - a roof tower used for ventilation and natural air conditioning in desert areas.
"The applied symmetrical molding ornaments and colorful glasses in this edifice are exceptional," Ganji says.
"But what really grabbed my attention was the windcatcher. There's a pool in the middle of the building and when wind flows over it, the water evaporates and cools the environment.