Mar 12, 2021
As part of the Let’s Not Go Back to Normal series, Khorshid joins UWM SARUP’s Fitzhugh Scott Fellow Lindsey Krug in conversation around the theme of property. The lecture considers how various dimensions and definitions of property entwine with architecture to form complex ecosystems of players, places, histories, and hierarchies.
Oct 21, 2020
Full Howz is featured in MIT Architecture’s column, WIPish. Marianna González-Cervantes writes about the making of the podcast in Full Howz : A Sharing Driven Process.
July 21, 2020
Full Howz is featured on Harvard Graduate School of Design Radio. Episode 1: The Howz Prose & the Hoe’s Woes is broadcast on In Studio: Full Howz, followed by an interview with Khorshid.
February 20, 2020
Khorshid is part of the research and design team for Rem Koolhaas and AMO’s Countryside, The Future now showing at Guggenheim Museum in New York.
January 1, 2020
Khorshid and the Jiggly, Chewable, Hardly Reducible San Giuseppe Ball Hall are selected for Wallpaper* magazine’s Graduate Directory 2020: Design stars of the future.
December 12, 2019
Khorshid is a guest critic for McGill School of Architecture’s graduate studios taught by Salmaan Craig, Daniela Leon, Kiel Moe.
November 2, 2019
The Jiggly, Chewable, Hardly Reducible San Giuseppe Ball Hall is featured in Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Platform 12: How About Now?.
April 29, 2019
Tagged for Removal, coauthored by Khorshid and Lindsey Krug, is published in Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Open Letters.
December 1, 2017
Djin Hotel is featured in Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Platform 10: Live Feed.
December 1, 2016
Stepwell Transformer is featured in Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Platform 9: Still Life.
Khorshid Naderi-Azad is an architectural designer based in Vancouver. Her work focuses on architecture of the ample, accessible, and anexact. She holds a master of architecture with distinction from Harvard Graduate School of Design and has practiced in New York, Rotterdam, Cambridge, Los Angeles, and Vancouver.
For inquiries and commissions, please contact via email.
The Howz Prose & the Hoe’s Woes is an ode to the Iranian howz—the mystical shallow pool that is the social, sensual, and spiritual epicenter of the home.
The Test Kitchen & the Best Snitchin’ poses the Ebony Magazine test kitchen as the architecturally superior predecessor of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen.
The Street Dining & the Sweet Dumpling profiles the interdisciplinary design interventions mitigating the effects of the pandemic on Manhattan’s Chinatown.