Habibeh Madjdabadi is an architect of the younger generation in Iran, with almost 15 years of professional experience. Her work has been recognized and awarded internationally. She has also been reviewed by the local and international media. She was born in 1977 and received her masters in architecture in 1999. In the year 2000, she established her design office, after winning first prize in a design competition for restoring historical buildings in Iran. In recent years, she has received several awards and recognitions, which include the “Worldwide Brick Award 2014” for an apartment building in Tehran called the“House of 40 Knots”, realized in bricks, the”Chicago Award 2014” for MELLAT Bank’s copper façade, and 3rd place in the “Memar Award 2014” for the “House of 40 Knots”. Madjdabadi’s artistic exploration goes beyond architecture as she is also making her mark in installation art and design.