Eisa Esfanjary is a conservation architect and Assistant Professor of Architectural and Urban Conservation at the Art University of Isfahan. He worked with the Iranian Cultural Heritage Organisation from 2000 to 2008 in Meybod Research Centre. His interests are principally concerned with: the historical development and evolution of towns and cities and understanding the underlying pattern of formation and transformation; how a particular settlement is structured and how it has matured; what features have been changed over time and what elements have been sustained in the urban landscape; and how best we can preserved what we have inherited. Eisa is author of Persian Historic Urban Landscape: Interpreting and Managing Maibud over 6000 Years (2017).
‘Why Not Reconstruction’ Theoretical and Practical Considerations: The case of Dih Nu Jami Mosque, Iran
5.30pm - 7pm
Adam House, Adam House Lecture Theatre
3 Chambers Street