Esfahan-Teheran-Sanadaj-Kermanshah highlights the environment and experience of the various Sufi communities and their potential for resistance within the orthodox contemporary regime in Iran.
The subject is approached from the perspective of both social as individual paranoia.
The project is part of a broad body of work that takes the political aspects of architecture as its main topic.
Architecture is hereby viewed from its philosophical and political relation to identity.
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