I was born in Mahabad in 1989 and grew up in various parts of Kurdistan. In the late 90s we lived in Iran and France and since 1996 I have lived in the Netherlands untill the summer of 2015. I have finished my education with a Masters of Science Degree at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. During my study I have worked as a research-assistant and freelance designer. Since 2015 I work as a consultant at MOCAH on various projects related to the built environment. In addition, I run my own architecture firm and give lectures at Ishik University. I am a passionate architect and focus on the use of contextual architecture during the design process. This means that the experience and connection of mass and space are orchestrated within a certain urban context with its own specific culture and society. The use of contextual architecture allows the creation of responsible buildings that will better fit the contemporary society.