Samaneh Moafi is an Iranian-Australian architect and researcher, a PhD candidate at The Architectural Association, and a Research Fellow at Forensic Architecture, Goldsmiths University. Her work has a feminist approach to the two discourses of housing and domesticity, as well as to environmental violence and ecocide. She has previously taught design studios and communication workshops in universities such as the The Royal College of Arts, The Bartlett (UCL), The AA, and The University of Technology, Sydney.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE:
– “Esfahan, Iran: Architecture and the Making of a Gendered Working Class,” in The Funambulist 10 (Mar-Apr 2017) Architecture & Colonialism.