This exhibition is raised from Sanaz Hosseinabadi's Ph.D dissertation 'Symbolism and belief system in applied geometry and architecture design'. It is based on research into Renaissance and Baroque Architecture and geometrical analysis.
Sanaz Hosseinabadi is a designer and theorist who is interested in the intersections between the sacredness of geometric forms and Architecture from ancient times up to the present. She is currently completing a Ph.D in Architecture at the University of NSW.
Opening: Friday 16 September, 6-8 pm
Exhibition: Friday 16 to Sunday 18 September 2011
Opening Hours: 11-6 pm.