Kazerani, I. A.; 2015. Edited Book chapter, “(Re)presenting embodied perception of contemporary designed public space”, Perception in Architecture: Here and Now. Editors: Claudia Perren, Miriam Mlecek, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Kazerani, I. A.; Lewi, H. 2018. “Minimal intervention design strategy for transforming tangible and intangible heritage”, Tangible-intangible Heritage conference, Journal of AMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics, Society), London, UK (under review).
Kazerani, I. A., 2014. ”Communicating the dialectic between subjective creativity and objective rigor in design research; A case study of multi-vocal mode of architectural criticism”, Lusofona Journal of Architecture and Education.
Dethlefs, N., Wu, Y., Kazerani I.A., Winter, S.. 2010. “Generation of adaptive route descriptions in urban environments”. Spatial Cognition and Computation An Interdisciplinary Journal 11 (2), 153-177. 2010.
REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Kazerani, I. A.; Rahmann, H., 2013. “Re-visiting best practice: Investigating place experience in the nexus of design theory and practice”, ECLAS 2013, Hamburg, Germany.
Kazerani, I. A.; Rahmann, H., 2013. “Design Strategies in Contemporary Open Space Design: From Additive Approaches to Minimal Interventions”, IFLA 2013, Auckland, New Zealand.
F Schmid, C Kuntzsch, S Winter, A Kazerani, B Preisig. 2011. “Situated local and global orientation in mobile you-are-here maps”. Proceedings of the 12th international conference on Human computer.
Kazerani, I. A., 2012. “Designing Community Cherished Public Places; Undefined Emotional Connection Vs. Place Attachment”, Opportunistic Urban Design Conference 2012, Melbourne, Australia.
Kazerani, I.A, AUG 2018. “Architecture as a medium for concrete translation of ancient narratives”, Unsettling Heritage by the “Emerging heritage professionals (Vic)”, 27 Sep 18.
- PhD Dissertation: Critical (Re)presentation of Designed Public Spaces
- Masters by research thesis: “Characterization of the urban street environment and its emerged phenomena”, University of Melbourne.