Iman Ansari

Iman Ansari is an architectural historian, designer, and educator. He is a founding principal of AN.ONYMOUS and Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Knowlton School of the Ohio State University. His research focuses on architecture’s interactions with science, technology, and medicine in the modern era, looking at the history of building technologies, construction practices, and systems of environmental control. He has contributed to multiple books and edited volumes on architectural history and theory, landscape architecture, and urbanism. His writings have appeared in Architectural ReviewArchitectural Theory Review, Architect’s NewspaperCabinetJournal for the Society of Architectural HistoriansLogMetropolisPlaces JournalRoom One Thousand, and Thresholds, among others. Ansari holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the City College of New York, a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a Ph.D. in Architecture from UCLA.

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