Zohreh Birjandian

Zohreh Birjandian

Atlanta, GA, US



Art and design is a way to enrich our life. I do not limit myself to a specific discipline, rather I believe in being multi-disciplinary. A multi-faceted approach enhances your work whether working as a designer or as an artist. The user and how they perceive the design plays an important role in my design decisions. Human psyche is so complicated and in order to satisfy, design needs to be comprehensive. As a graduate interior design student I am now working on combing the process or the principles of fine art into interior design process to enrich the final outcome. I also believe in experimentation, without being open to new and unexpected idea no creativity will happen. In today’s world, designers, now more than ever, needs to be contemporary and embrace what technology and new inventions offers. As designers we are curators of the context of an individual's experience, so our design should satisfy this complex human thinking process.



IIDA Georgia Office, Atlanta, GA, US, Volenteer staff

Jun 2012 - Aug 2012

Tehran Municipality, Tehran, IR, professional sculptor

Aug 2010 - Apr 2011

Association of Iranian Sculptors, Tehran, IR, Member of exhibition department

Jan 2007 - Jan 2008

Artage Interior Design Studio, Tehran, IR, Interior design intern

Jan 2007 - Mar 2007

First Iranian International Sculpture Symposium, Tehran, IR, Professional assistant

Oct 2006 - Dec 2006


University of Tehran (UT), Tehran, IR, BArch, Sculpture

Jan 2002 - Jun 2007


Fifth winner of First Urban Sculpture Biennale, Barg Gallery, Tehran (2009), Award


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