Nabshi is a dynamic hub where visual arts in every form meet in the context of the city. Nabshi thrives to give an edge to the interdisciplinary perspectives in art, architecture and design, adopting a collaborative approach to publishing books as well as holding exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions and other cross-disciplinary events.

PASTOO: is a corner on the ground floor of Nabshi Building that offers a collection of limited-edition books and artworks, published and made by Iranian artists as well as art and cultural institutions. These products and works are normally not available in one collection. PASTOO is a place for seeing and reading.

PELLEKAN: is a space in the main void of the building where a traditional spiral stairway joins the two upper stories of the building accompanied by extraordinary natural light. Pellekan is a place for encounter and observation.

PANĀHGĀH: is an underground shelter in the courtyard of the building, which used to be a safe place for the occupants and their neighbors during war time. Panāhgāh is a place for silence and observation.