Anali Gharakhani is a designer of speculative and substantial research and experimentation in the realm of architecture. Her work centers around analytical drawings, artifacts and spatial conditions that explore the threshold between art and architecture within the urban domain in an attempt to intervene the public routine via matter, space and experience. Gharakhani’s installations, drawings and models have been featured in a number of exhibitions including Dwell on Design, WUHO Gallery, Wedge Gallery and the Armory Center for the Arts. Her recent work includes an ongoing research and design project, titled ‘untethered’ based on specific drawings produced during the Bauhaus era exhibited at the Wedge Gallery in 2019. The project and exhibition was the recipient of the Woodbury Faculty Development Grant (2018-19 academic year). Gharakhani holds a Bachelor of Science in Urban & Regional Planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master of Architecture from Woodbury School of Architecture where she has been a faculty member since 2015.
Master of Architecture, Woodbury School of Architecture
Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning, California Polytechnic State University Pomona