Vahid Farmani-Kermani is a PhD candidate in the Kent School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Kent, conducting research on the principles of traditional architectural design.
He has practiced architecture and conservation architecture in Iran and the United Kingdom for several years and has had the chance to train as an architect in both countries. Vahid has obtained a bachelor's degree in Restoration and Revitalization of Historical Buildings and Cities (Architectural Conservation) from Soureh Institute of Higher Education, Iran, 2004. He studied architecture in the UK at London South Bank University and received his master's degree (Part2) in 2019.
He is currently a professional member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Iranian Construction Engineering Organisation (IRCEO).
Revival and representation of traditional principles of Iranian historical architecture with the focus on Qajar architecture and its comparison with modern and contemporary architecture.