Mohammad Majidi

The Dance of Positive and Negative Spaces

Which one is more important: where we build something or where we leave empty? Let’s see in what ways this question can change how a design process works.

Born in 1967 and raised in Tehran, Iran, Mohammad graduated with a Master degree of Architecture in 2002 at the University of Shahid Beheshti in Tehran, Iran. Mohammad founded Bonsar Architects in 1996. Multidisciplinary designer and chief architect of many projects, he always has an eye for criticizing “Process in Design” and participated in many conferences about it. He was the jury member of “The Grand Me’mar Award” in 2013. Over the years after establishing Bonsar, more than 120 various projects have been designed and built which led to several national and international awards. Bonsar won the first place of “The Grand Me’mar Award” for two times, in 2005 for “Furniture Showroom and Warehouse” and in 2014 for the “Chizari Residential Complex” which has been published in different national books and magazines. The awarded project, “Furniture Showroom and Warehouse” has also been published in “The PHAIDON Atlas of 21st Century of World Architecture“.