Homa Farjadi’s recent work reveals a consistent, reflective grasp on the role of design in shaping public space within our changing cities. In these projects, there is a sense of public space where citizens or users of the sites construct their own spaces while experiencing them. These architectures and landscapes incorporate spatial vectors, tensions, lines of flow, all interwoven within the historic and current urban context, resulting in design that appears as a still snapshot within a complex system of movement.
Homa Farjadi is principal of Farjadi Architects London and Professor in Practice of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. With projects in the UK, US, and Asia, her office has won international competitions and exhibited worldwide.
288 pages, color & b&w ills / 17 x 24 cm / English