Mehdizadeh is best-known young figures in architecture in Iran who tries preserving local traditional roots and modern ideas they would be acceptable to world . He cites in his presentation concept of architecture as the boundary between man and the surrounding. He explains how to define the boundaries of creativity in this new frontier in the range of local properties. And finally, he pays attention to the architectural of city of dreams complex which able to erase the boundaries between inside and outside building.
He born in 1982. He completed his educations in architecture with a master’s degree in 2009. Then for further educations, he continued his supplementary education in institute of Catalonia, Spain. He started his professional career with architectural offices in Tehran and then resumed with Lab Architecture Studio in Melbourne. In 2012, he designed residential apartments in Abadan and won the gra d prize of architecture in Iran. Lately with designing the city of dreams commercial complex in Isfahan he could won the global architecture festival in 2014. From 2008 he started his scientific activities in Iran. He completed his studies in smart architectural structures and alignment the architecture with geography at international levels. Now he cooperates with School of architecture of Melbourne, Australia as a visiting professor.
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