Merhdad Yazdani

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Mehrdad Yazdani, the first monograph of his work, presents a collection of 25 projects, large and small, built and unbuilt, illustrate Yazdani’s responsiveness to issues of public engagement, program complexity, and site context.

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Joseph Giovannini

A Pulitzer nominee in criticism who trained in architecture at Harvard, Joseph Giovannini has led a career that has spanned three decades and two coasts. He has served as the architecture critic for New York Magazine and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and was long a staff writer on design and architecture for The New York Times. On a contractual or freelance basis, he has contributed to many other publications, including The New Yorker, Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, Art in America, Art Forum, Architecture Magazine, Architect Magazine, Industrial Design Magazine, and Interior Design. A prominent figure in American architecture, he has been an activist critic with a record of discovering emerging talent for major mainstream publications and professional journals.

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Architect Mehrdad Yazdani has won the respect of critics and clients alike for his imaginative approach to the design of commercial and civic buildings. Mehrdad Yazdani, the first monograph of his work, presents a collection of 25 projects, large and small, built and unbuilt, that illustrate Yazdani’s responsiveness to issues of public engagement, program complexity, and site context.

In the book’s highly engaging text, architect and noted critic Joseph Giovannini explores the role that drawing and painting have played in guiding and inspiring the work of the Iranian-born and Texas-educated Yazdani.

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