What if Architecture Could Change the World?

by Boston Design Week

Image credit: DNA Barcelona Architects

  • 04/13/2018

  • 3 PM  - 5 PM

  • The Beehive

    Boston Architectural College

    951 Boylston Street, Boston

  • communications@the-bac.edu

  • Free and open to the public

  • Design Community, Alumni, Students, Lectures

Join Boston Design Week Special Guest Speaker, Aryanour Djalali, CEO of DNA Barcelona Architects for a thought-provoking presentation on using nature as inspiration and bringing an emotional approach to the design of urban cities and the buildings within. For Djalali and his team the basis of every project is a combination of movement, landscape, technology, and innovation. Most importantly learn how the firm translates these ideas into real life award winning contemporary projects.

Aryanour Djalali founded DNA Barcelona Architects in 2000 and currently serves as the CEO and Principal. The firm covers architecture, planning, landscape, interiors, with a focus on residential and hospitality design.

This event is free and open to the public, however space is limited so please RSVP.

About DNA Barcelona Architects

DNA Barcelona Architects is a studio of architecture, planning, landscape, interiors, luxury houses and design, that develops projects with innovation inside a global strategy of internationalization. The projects are located principally within Spain, North and Central Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and Central America for residential, hospitality and tourist developments. DNA Barcelona Architects is a creative and multidisciplinary team formed by more than thirty professionals and led by the architect Aryanour Djalali.

Cocoon Hotel & Resort in Quintana Roo, Mexico; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects

Cocoon Hotel & Resort in Quintana Roo, Mexico; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects

Hotel Boumerd, Algeria; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects

Hotel Boumerd, Algeria; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects

Ah Hotel, Kuwait; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects

Ah Hotel, Kuwait; image courtesy of DNA Barcelona Architects