We’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the Student prize winners of our "The Last Genocide Memorial" competition – Hamid Khalili and Mohammad Mobin Mahdizadeh Kaffash from Iran!

Hamid Khalili and Mohammad Mobin Mahdizadeh Kaffash from Iran

Architecture means life for us, and what a professional life it is!

Architecture means a regular structure which has been created so that human beings are able to easily live by that, and we are challenged by this issue and feel its importance. Architecture, in some cases, represents pain and suffering, and sometimes happiness and comfort, and this is the beauty of this field. We have tried to attach the feeling of pain and the suffering of victims to our entry in the Last Genocide Memorial contest, while also creating a memorial full of comfort. Architecture has a key role in our society but unfortunately our community pays little attention to this job.

Why do you participate in architecture competitions?

After working in the architectural field in our country and participating in internal competitions, we felt ready for the challenges of international competitions, and we will certainly witness the positive effect of this in our professional work.

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