EC3M 5DJ on view at the Royal Academy 2016 Summer Exhibition and on the Royal Academy website
Further editions are available on request from Farshid Moussavi Architecture, email@example.com, T: +44 (0)20 7033 6490
Tate Intensive: Making Tomorrow’s Art Museum
Farshid Moussavi will be a keynote speaker at “Tate Intensive: Making Tomorrow’s Art Museum”.
Wednesday July 6, 2016, from 09:30 – 10:30.
Princes’s Foundation and The Art Worker’s Guild
Farshid Moussavi joins George Clarke, Ben Pentreath, Eric Parry and George Saumarez-Smith to discuss ‘Ornament in the Age of Mass Production’.
Wednesday June 29, 2016, from 18:30-22:00 at The Worker’s Guild.
The Function of Style
Publisher: Actar, FunctionLab, Harvard Graduate School of Design
L'Architecture d'Ajuourd'hui 388
Farshid Moussavi from FOA to FMA: Yokohama, London, Tehranlink
The Function of Form
Publisher: Actar Language English ISBN-10: 8496954730 ISBN-13: 978-8496954731link
The Function of Ornament
Publisher: Actar, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Hardback: 192 pages
Architectural Review January 2014
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Planning is a lost art formlink
Architectural Review February 2013
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Creative leaps in the arena of achitectural competitionslink
Harvard Design Magazine 35
Farshid Moussavi: 30 St. Mary Axe (pages 54-59)
Instigations- engaging architecture, landscape and the city
Farshid Moussavi: An Archeological Approach (pages 70-75)
Publisher: Lars Muller Publisher
Architectural Review January 2012
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Parametric software is no substitute for parametric thinkinglink
Frashid Moussavi: La arquitectura como naturaleza (pages 113-115)
Publisher: Circulo de bellas artes, Akademie der Kunste
Implicate and Explicate: Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2011
Farshid Moussavi: What about Symbols?
Architectural Review October 2011
Farshid Moussavi Viewpoints: Architecture and activism should be as closely linked as the problems we need to solvelink
Farshid Moussavi: The Function of Architecture (page 92-96)
Farshid Moussavi interviewed by Gabrielle Sandwert (pages 186-189)