History & Theory of Architecture - Theoretical Models Exhibition

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Mentored and managed by Rahmatollah Amirjani, this exhibition featured analytical models translating diverse theories in modern architecture into tangible forms, aims to significantly contribute to both the research and pedagogical aspects of architectural education at the University of Canberra. By providing a platform for the presentation and examination of physical models embodying theoretical concepts, the exhibition sought to deepen the understanding of the intricate relationship between theory and practice. This initiative holds the potential to serve as a valuable resource for architectural research, offering a hands-on exploration of how theoretical frameworks manifest in the built environment. This approach has the power to inspire innovative thinking, enrich design processes, and foster a deeper connection between theoretical knowledge and practical application within the architectural and design communities, locally, nationally and globally.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2023


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