UNSW Built Environment: Platonic Divine Exhibition

23 03 2011

A solo exhibition by Built Environment PHD student Sanaz Hosseinabadi opens tomorrow at the Gaffa gallery in Sydney. This exhibition, titled ‘Platonic Divine’ is raised from Sanaz’ PhD written work on symbolism and belief system in applied geometry and architecture design. It is based on research in ancient and medieval written works and buildings analysis.

Sanaz Hosseinabadi is a Sydney based Architect and theorist interested in the intersections between the sacredness in geometrical forms and Architecture from ancient time to recent. She completed a MA in Construction Project Management, a BA in Interior Architecture, and a Diploma in Graphic Design. She is currently completing her PhD in Architecture and Lecturing History and Theory in architecture plus design studio at the University of NSW.

Her Exhibition opens at the Gaffa on Thursday the 24th of March, and runs until the 5th of April.

For more information on this Exhibition, please click here.