Corresponding Editor, Nexus Network Journal
Areas of study: Middle Eastern architecture and mathematics
Hooman Koliji holds professional degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Architecture and Design Research with a concentration on the realm of the "In-between" in architectural theory and representation. Professor Koliji has been practicing in the Middle East and in the United State over 12 years as a designer, project manager, and a firm principal. The result has been several built projects in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. Razi Cinematic center, his recently completed project, accorded honor by the municipality of Tehran city. Having been a visiting scholar to the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at Technische Universität Wien (TU-Wien) Austria in 2003-4, Koliji developed his academic associations to the Continental Europe, among which is the LE:NOTRE Project. His teaching experience spans the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture, calling attention for a cohesive design perspective of indoor and outdoor spaces. As an educator, he also integrates non-Western and Western traditions of architectural conceiving in the design studio. Professor Koliji's research operates at the intersection of architectural and landscape theory and representation including design and architectural scholarship, architectural education, design-build, Islamic art and architecture (theories and practices), and theories of representation. His is the author of the book Dirineh Khâneh (2005), a verbal-visual architectural narrative that led him to his current research.
University of Maryland
School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation
College Park, MD 20742 USA