Sina is a graduate student of architecture at the University of Michigan. During his undergraduate studies at the National University of Iran, Sina became intimately involved in the field of Design Computing and Neuro-Architecture as intellectual ideas far ahead of current design practices in the region. As such, he built on his academic study in Architecture by designing a spatial component generating software and establishing a basis for further augmentation of this new realm of design, both inside and outside of Iran. He put his study to work by playing key roles in a Tehran-based consulting company, winning a design competition for a 3T MRI Clinical facility in Tehran, Iran in 2009.
Sina is currently studying the cognitive and behavioral aspects of architectural design at the Taubman college of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
Changing the world, for the better.... by all means....in my case, through my design implementations.
Changing how we, architects and designers, design our environment, with reference to our very own brain.
how we've been designing during the past century, and how we should shape our future.
tying architecture (design in general) with neuroscience (science in general) in a new and different way, still a long way from being a part of the design profession, but, we'll get there, trust me!
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