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Pouya Khazaeli

Pouya Khazaeli is an Iranian architect. He founded Rai Studio in June 2007, with the aim of reviving what he considers to be the lost spirit of architecture; beyond utility and conceptual design towards the extension of organic settings with reverence to the cultural heritage of the region.

He has worked for Shigeru Ban,[1][2] Anna Heringer, Bahram Shirdel and Hadi Mirmiran. By 2011 he had completed 4 projects and won four awards, including a first prize from Memar magazine for his low budget bamboo hut.[1]

"Songs of the Earth" is the book that he has written in 2012 (Persian Language) and shows his philosophical point of view. Almost a mixture of Nietzsche and Khayyam . [3]

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