Posts Tagged ‘Iran’

These days we are preparing to celebrate the Iranian New Year; “Nowruz”. Nowruz is the first day of spring and the first day of the Persian calendar. I wanted to greet you this occasion by an illustration that I made myself for this traditional event. In this illustration, I intended to praise two important elements […]


Iran, Kerman

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A sketch during my journey to Kerman, Iran in 2009. This is the main room of Ganj-Ali Khan Hamam (Bath).


Fabulous photos by Georg Gerster collected in the book: “Paradise Lost, Persia from Above” March 2009, New York, NY – For the first time ever, 29 breathtaking aerial photographs of Persia by award-winning Swiss photographer Georg Gerster, taken in the immediate years before the 1979 Iranian Revolution, will be on exhibition at the Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery (LTMH) from […]


A miniature sketch during my journey to Kerman, Iran in 2009. This is the entrance of Ibrahim Khan Hamam (Bath).


“Always design a thing by considering it, in its largest context, a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan.”__ Eero Saarinen Last week I faced this newly built piece of architecture in Najaf-Abad city of Isfahan Province in Iran, an old city with a rich […]


In this post I present some of my works which I’ve done some years ago when I was a student at Iran University of Science and Technology. I drew these sketches during a journey to Isfahan province with its exquisite cities and myriad stories to tell! Even now, miles and miles away form it, I […]


Today I found this newest AD (Architectural Design) magazine in the library of Politecnico di Torino and I proudly present it here! Don’t miss it! you’ll be interested in Iranian type of design and architecture, from valuable heritages to brilliant and pioneer solutions for architecture. Here is the introduction to this issue: “Over the last […]