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Maryam Ahmadi

Doctoral Researcher in Architecture and Urban Design
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment
Nottingham Trent University

Maryam is a registered architect in Iran and a PhD candidate in Architecture and Urban Design - supervisor Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay - at the School of architecture, Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University.
She holds a Master Degree in Architecture obtained from the University of Nottingham for which she specialized in sustainability in high-rise buildings.

Maryam is interested in the relationships between history, architecture and sustainability, Maryam's doctoral research focuses on the impact of religious and pre-Islamic Persian gardens on the creation of the very early urban pattern of Chahar Bagh Avenue in Isfahan, the cultural capital of Iran.

Map of Chahar Bagh, Isfahan, Iran
Redrawing of the Chahar Bagh Avenue based on John Chardin's map and superimposed on Ministry of Cultural Heritage map.
Image: Maryam Ahmadi, 2013

Chahar Bagh Avenue
Perspective view of the Chahar Bagh Avenue.
Photo: Maryam Ahmadi, 2012