Mohammad Rezaie

Interior Architecture (Brisbane), 2021

My love for architecture and design goes back to adolescence when I first started working as a decorative sculptor’s assistant for what many people called Iran’s Michelangelo.

Within a few years I became an interior and exterior designer using cement and gypsum to create sculptured decorations on private houses, government and historical buildings as well as designing classical architecture builds. I eventually ran my own company for twenty years, firstly in Iran and then back in Afghanistan, employing up to eighty tradespeople and had major contracts designing and constructing schools, social housing, shops, and banks through government and private organisations.

After arriving in Australia I had to learn English and pass my Adult Tertiary Preparation exams to continue my passion by completing a Bachelor of the Built Environment (Interior Architecture) at the University of Canberra.

All I need now is a chance to creatively work in sustainable and environmentally friendly Australia.

 

Mohammad Rezaie

Selected Portfolio

Community Centre Adaptive Reuse

Community Centre Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive re-design of a Community centre located on Edward St, Brisbane.

The task was to give the location a new breath of life, challenging myself to re-use elements that were preexisting