Biography

Dr. Hossein Sadri is a critic, scholar, architect, permaculture designer, and activist. He is the author and editor of several articles, journals and books which the most recent of them; "Neo-Liberalism and the Architecture of the Post Professional Era" is published in 2018 by Springer. He is currently working as Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and the Coordinator of  Urban Design Master Program at Girne American University where he worked as the Head of Architecture and the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture (2011-2016). He held academic teaching and research positions at Islamic Azad University of Tabriz in IRAN (2003-2005), National Academy of Sciences in AZERBAIJAN (2006), The American University in Canterbury - UK (2011), and The City University of New York in USA (2018). He studied undergraduate and graduate courses in the departments of Architecture, Philosophy, and Environmental Sciences and Policy at Islamic Azad University of Tabriz in IRAN (1997-2005), Gazi University (2006-2010), Hacettepe University (2007), and Yildiz Technical University (2007) in TURKEY, and Central European University in HUNGARY (2007 & 2008). He is the co-principal of De-Urban Design Studio, a think tank laboratory which re-imagines human settlements as ethical, equitable, ecological and ecocentric living habitats.

Architecture: Today and Tomorrow

interviewed by Cyprus Observer

The Ethics of Design and Not to Design

Seminar at Yasar University in Izmir TURKEY

Urbanization and Nature (TURKISH)

Kentleşme ve Doğa, 12/2018, Kanal Sim

Environment and Urbanization (Turkish)

Çevre ve Kentleşme, 11/2017, Genc TV