The "Azadi" Tower (Freedom Tower), was designed to be “The Icon” of the Persian Empire. This installation is dedicated to the people of Iran – the “back and rib bones” of a very culturally rich country with extreme and complex personality. The installation is to screen the historical time-line of the events that have taken place at Azadi Tower from the first day of celebration to present day. A series of slides and movies are to be projected on the inside of the ribs, where the audiences, the backbone of the country, are able to look up and see the history of the country. The installation made in white semi-transparant polypropylene honeycomb sandwich panels, is to blend in the white space of a gallery, disappearing from the exterior, and the inside of the installation is to be celebrated. The semi-transparent panles representing the ability to see “freedom”, but still caged in, a “glass ceiling” metaphore. The insulation allows for the users to step inside the core, feel the physical tension and compression of the times through the extruded ribs, creating a persian chandelier effect, and be surrounded with the historical images, scenes and sounds.