For its first issue, NAAM explores the theme of Creativity and Design. Featuring a talk with 120HOURS, a case study on children of two kindergartens in Tehran, a design workshop for first year architecture students and many more.
NAAM – New Architecture Assembly Magazine - is a bilingual Farsi/English architecture zine, launched in 2014, edited and published by architecture students at the College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Iran. NAAM tries to consider different aspects of architecture, design, craftsmanship, culture, identity, human and society as parts of a whole; especially in today’s world that the boundaries between all of these are no longer visible, and aims to face this integrity with a pragmatic, in-the-field, participatory approach and to produce a material worthy of today and even more hopefully: useful for tomorrow.
Arshia is an undergraduate student of architecture at University of Tehran. Besides NAAM he regularly writes on architecture and culture for magazines and newspapers.
Kimia is an undergraduate student of architecture at University of Tehran. Part humanitarian and part art enthusiast, she enjoys wandering around the city in search of the next big thing.
An undergraduate student of Architecture and the head of Undergraduate Students Architecture Assembly of University of Tehran [USAA-UT], he holds administrative positions in student unions.
When Bardia is not developing/designing stunning minimalist websites and apps, he is probably playing Call of Duty.
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