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Behnaz Farahi is a designer, architect, and Annenberg Fellow at the University of Southern California (USC). She is interested in the exploration of the potential of interactive environment and their relation to the movement of the human body. In particular she is interested to the integrated application of materi… Read More
Behnaz Farahi is a designer, architect, and Annenberg Fellow at the University of Southern California (USC). She is interested in the exploration of the potential of interactive environment and their relation to the movement of the human body. In particular she is interested to the integrated application of material behavior, and implementation of emerging technologies in contemporary art/architecture practice. Behnaz Farahi has an Undergraduate and two Masters degrees in Architecture, and is now a PhD student studying Media Arts and Practices at School of Cinematic Arts.


Behnaz Farahi has also worked with Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis on a NASA funded research project developing a robot to print structures on the Moon.

Her work has been widely published and exhibited. It has been selected for Skyline2014 in Downtown Los Angeles, ACADIA 2013 conference in Canada, ‘Sight+ Sound+ Space’ iMAP exhibition in 2013, ‘Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research’ exhibition in Beijing in 2013, the ‘Encoding Architecture’ exhibition in Carnegie Mellon University in 2013. In 2013 she was awarded first prize for the Kinetic Art Organization international competition. Read Less
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    Synthesis Of Design+ Architecture — CA, USA
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Her work has been widely published and exhibited, including being selected for ACADIA conference 2013 in Canada, ‘Sight+ Sound+ Space’ iMAP exhibition in 2013, ‘Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research’ Exhibition in Beijing in 2013, the Encoding Architecture Exhibition in Carnegie Mellon University in… Read More
Her work has been widely published and exhibited, including being selected for ACADIA conference 2013 in Canada, ‘Sight+ Sound+ Space’ iMAP exhibition in 2013, ‘Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research’ Exhibition in Beijing in 2013, the Encoding Architecture Exhibition in Carnegie Mellon University in 2013. In 2013 she was also awarded the first price for Kinetic Art Organization 2013 International Award. Read Less
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