Nader Tehrani is a Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and also Principal of NADAAA, a Boston-based architecture and urban design firm. Notably, NADAAA is the recent winner of Architecture Magazine’s No. 1 architecture firm for design in the United States. Tehrani received a Master of Architecture in Urban Design degree in 1991 from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Nader Tehrani’s lecture The Architecture of Installations discusses the intervention of material, spatial and formal experiments as details and then radicalize larger architectural projects. Through his extensive research of materials, Tehrani delves into the function of installations as fruitful arenas of examination, play and experimentation.
Suggested materials by Nader Tehrani can be found here.