Education Background | Awards
Work Experience | Voluntary
2018 ●-----------Urban Furniture Symposium City of Tehran Municipality, Iran
Master of Interior Design
OAA Move Installation Party, Canada
●-----------Art University of Tehran, Iran
Toronto Art Book Fair, Canada
Architectural Model Maker Next office, Iran
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Architect Assistant TDC office, Iran
Teaching Assistant Art University of Tehran, Iran Pars University, Iran
2014 ●-----------Bachelor of Architecture Art University of Tehran, Iran
Freelance Interior Designer
my first model out of newspaper in the age of 5
I was born in Iran, 1991. As a child, I was always fond of making something new out of materials I had around. This was the only way to represent whatever passed through my mind. I loved to make objects that never existed before. I didn’t know I’m starting exiting path of design. This made me pursue my passion of design in university, competitions and projects I was involved in.
Software AutoCAD Revit Sketch up Rhino 3DMax Photoshop InDesign MS Project Lumion
Language Farsi English Spanish
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* 3D Rendering by Presentation Department of TDC Office
Aras Complex *In cooperation with TDC office
Commercial Complex, 2016 Diagram Presentation, 2D Drafting Location: Tehran, Iran Status: In Progress
Aras is a commercial project situated in a 2009 sq. land with 19712 sq. built area placed in a poor context in Iran. Considering the fact that this part of the city contains the compact industrial texture, Aras is going to affect its context by an especial design. The goal is not only the attraction in its region scale but also affecting the people inside the city border.
Arbab Apartment *In cooperation with TDC office
Residential Complex, 2016 Diagram Presentation, 2D Drafting Location: Tehran, Iran Status: In Progress
Urban Furniture Design, 2017 design, presentation, model & prototype construction First place in the 3rd Iranian symposium of creative urban furniture design
This project was considered in a child friendly city, won the municipality competition and is in the mass production process. In terms of design process, since childrenâ€™s opinion and participation mattered, we focused on co-designing with children to design a set of child friendly street furniture.
Co-operative design (Co-design) is a great approach to design attempting to involve all stakeholders, especially users, in the design process to ensure that the results meet their needs and values. In a child friendly city, children’s opinion and participation matter and for this reason we focused on co-designing with children to design a set of child friendly street furniture. We worked with school children aged 5 to 12 and asked them “if you were the mayor of children’s city, how would it looked like? And how would the street seats looked like?” They came up with great ideas in which the design team extracted the design factors, then combined the most unique ideas together and created a number of new ideas.
In this phase the feasibilities of ideas were discussed with educators and technicians. The presented idea passed through different process of refining and got selected by children.
Sadra Civic Centre *In cooperation with NEXT office
Civic Space Competition, 2017 Model Making Software: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros Material: MDF, balsa wood
Diplomat Apartment *In cooperation with NEXT office
Residential, 2017 Model Making Software: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros Material: plexiglas, paper, LED
Saba Naft Complex *In cooperation with NEXT office
Residential Competition, 2017 Model Making Software: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros Material: MDF, balsa wood
Tirgar House *In cooperation with NEXT office
Residential, 2017 Model Making Software: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros Material: foam, plexiglas
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