Hamid Hassanzadeh | Founder & Publisher
Parametric Architecture Magazine Founder Shares INSPIRATIONAL Failure Story Top Architecture magazine founder Shares Inspiring Failure Story (2020) Iranian Architect Hamid Hassanzadeh shares his inspiring journey.
About Hamid: Hamid Hassanzadeh is an Iranian architect, computational designer, researcher, interviewer, and speaker. He studied his architecture education in Iran. With more than eight years of experience in architecture, he worked on multiple projects in Iran, Turkey, Russia, Kuwait, and the USA. Early in 2016, he established ParametricArchitecture magazine by starting from Instagram. Since then, he interviewed many architects, lectured in many universities, conducted workshops, organized events, and lectures, and globally shared knowledge and information about computational and parametric design.
About PA: PA is an art, architecture, and design magazine focusing on computational, parametric, and digital design tools. These tools help us to understand and analyze our environment better to come up with more efficient solutions. With more than +600 thousand followers on social media, PA curates and publishes the best parametric, computational, and digital design projects in architecture, design, art, and technology. Our audience is engaged and looking for inspiration, and solutions for their projects. PA caters to discerning architecture enthusiasts looking for fresh ideas. With multiple Posts and daily Stories reflecting the impact of new tools in today’s architecture and design world, PA’s +500 thousand followers on social media look for the unique ideas and ways to reinvent their own projects. The PA brand carefully curates Posts, Stories, photos, videos, and sponsored content to drive engagement and show followers what’s possible in their own projects. We give followers inspiration, information, and knowledge on different scales on different platforms. But it’s not just about offering inspirations. We also show the ways of how other designers are doing it, by interviewing architects, conducting workshops, writing articles, organizing events, lectures, office visiting, and sharing projects. Our goal is to blazon the culture of using new design tools to find better solutions for our fast-growing cities, global pandemics, climate change, and global warming.1