Jamileh Jahangiri is a registered architect and academic. She studied at the University of Sydney and has experience working across a diverse range of scales and typologies, including Cultural, Educational, Sports and Commercial projects with leading practices in both Sydney and Tehran. 

She is an enthusiastic contributor to the architectural community and is a member of the AIA NSW EmAGN Committee as well as the Awards and Honours committee and has contributed to the NSW Architecture Bulletin through being an Associate Contributor. 

Jamileh works at Cox Architects, predominantly in public architecture and in this exclusive interview talks about how public design is both influenced by and an influencer of the culture from where it exists.

  • Published: September 7, 2021   
  • Categories: Standard