Sana Murrani is an experimental architect, and currently holds the position of Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Plymouth, UK. She studied Architecture in Baghdad University School of Architecture, graduating in 2000, and obtained her masters degree from the same school in 2003. Her thesis dealt with the emergence of architectural form and formulation by drawing an analogy between architecture and genetics. Murrani started working as a professional architect in 2000 in Iraq. She is presently exploring aspects of the emergence of biological/artificial systems and perception, and the behaviour of architectural situations of in-between representation and experience. Sana Murrani is a member of the Planetary Collegium’s CAiiA-Hub in Plymouth, UK where she undertook her PhD.
[Lecturer in Architecture, Room 401 RLB
School of Architecture, Design & Environment.
Faculty of Arts.
Roland Levinsky Building
University of Plymouth.