Jamileh Jahangiri

Senior Architect
Cox Architecture
<p>Jamileh is a Sydney-based practicing architect who grew up in Iran where she studied architecture before moving to Australia nearly 6 years ago. After arrival, she undertook another Master of Architecture course at the University of Sydney to get a better understanding on Australian architecture. She works at Cox Architects, predominantly in public architecture as well as being a sole practitioner at Studio Orsi.<br /> As her side projects, she occasionally writes, paints and do pottery as well as giving a lot of her time to the broader architectural community such as the NSW Division of Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN) Committee, Award committee, NSW Award Jury and volunteering in many architectural events.<br /> She is also the recipient of the David Lindner Research Prize 2018 from the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects through which she explores the passive security around schools.</p>
Interested in
Public Speaking, Juries, Sessional Teaching or Crits, Writing