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Dr. Hesam Mosharraf is a multifaceted professional, encompassing roles as an architect, educator, entrepreneur, and photography enthusiast. His exceptional breadth of expertise is evident in his Ph.D. in Architecture-Architectural Culture from the University of Minho, Portugal, where his research delved into the captivating intersection of culture and its profound impact on the architecture and urban morphology of historical sites and heritage locations. Prior to embarking on his doctoral studies, he resided and studied across various countries, obtaining both his undergraduate and master’s degrees in architecture. His master’s focus on environmental psychology and social interaction within art universities exemplified his commitment to interdisciplinary exploration.

His architectural expertise spans across diverse domains, including interior and exterior design, landscape design, and urban planning. As a designer, his experience ex-tends to graphic design, branding, industrial design, and a profound proficiency in photography, ranging from architectural to portrait photography. His work has been exhibited in different showcases.

Beyond his architectural expertise, he displays a keen interest in financial markets, actively pursuing courses to develop a comprehensive understanding of financial concepts. This knowledge has contributed to his entrepreneurial endeavors, where he has founded multiple startups across various industries, notably in e-commerce. These experiences have equipped him with skills in web design and marketing strategies, facilitating effective engagement with diverse audiences across global markets.

He passionately imparts his wealth of design knowledge to students across multiple universities. Driven by a curiosity that spans disciplines, he has conducted extensive research, contributing numerous articles to diverse fields. His publications span topics including design in educational spaces, urban revitalization, and urban morphology, with a particular focus on smaller-scale historical sites and heritage locations, offering invaluable insights to the field.

Throughout his career, Dr. Mosharraf has consistently demonstrated an unwavering passion for design, a constant dedication to education, and a remarkable entrepreneurial acumen.

Areas of expertise

  • Design
  • Architecture
  • Photography
  • Urban
  • Graphic design
  • Branding

Research interests

  • Social interactions
  • Historical urban areas
  • Heritage


  • Urban Morphology Schools: A Review of the English, Italian, and French Schools of Thought; Gazi University Journal of Science,2023
  • Revitalizing Famagusta’s Historical Urban Spaces to Promote Student Leisure Time: A Case Study, A+ Arch Design International Journal of Architecture and Design,2023
  • Water Resources and Village Morphology: Lessons from Three Traditional Iranian Villages, ArtGRID-Journal of Architecture Engineering and Fine Arts,2023
  • The Importance of Pedestrian Ways in Universities Campuses Design; Iberian Journals, 2021
  • Renovation of Old Industrial Buildings for Contemporary Uses, Case Study: Tenten Factory; Iberian Journal, 2020
  • The Importance of Environmental Psychology in Design of Educational Spaces; AENSI Journals, 2014

Conferences, Talks, and Speaking Engagements

  • A Review of Available Resources for Studying Urban Morphology in Iran,Tehran, The second international conference of architecture and urban planning students of Iran ,2023
  • The need to create spaces with the ability to create student interactions in university spaces; National conference on architecture, urban planning and sustainable development, Iran, 2013(in Farsi)
  • Investigating the implementation of the LEED building energy evaluation system in traditional Iranian architecture; National Conference of Architecture, Culture and Urban Management, Iran,2012(in Farsi)
  • Iranian garden and the role of water in it, a case example: Daulat Abad Garden, Yazd; The first national conference on architecture, restoration, urban planning, and sustainable environment, Iran,2012(in Farsi)