Minehli Petrossian

Minehli Petrossian is an architectural designer who believes exploring architecture in connection with social and economic issues is a key point in reaching social equality and sustainable development. After receiving her undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of West Tehran, She moved to Los Angeles, where she continued her passion for architecture and urban planning and graduated from the USC School of Architecture with a Master of Architecture degree. In her thesis project titled Paracosm, she examined an alternative scenario for a big-scale sustainable residential community located in the heart of Los Angeles. This project was the recipient of the USC School of Architecture’s “Outstanding directed design research” award. She loves to utilize her knowledge of architecture, photography and drawing in creating analytical or conceptual illustrations to better understand the complexities of life.

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