Meysam Amirsadat graduated B.A. of Architecture at Shiraz University and M.S. of Architecture at Beheshti University. At 2011, while continuing his education for MS degree in Architecture at Tehran, he had the chance to start taking part several architectural and landscape competitions which lead him to 15 national and international wins; such as “Qible plazza in mashhad”, “Qom central building of construction and engineering”, “Namak Abroud Residential Towers”, “International velux award 2013”, “Pardisan mixed-used complex in Qom” , “Azarbayejan square in Tabriz” and so on. He designed “The Iranian Cultural Center in the DR Congo” as a master’s thesis in 2013 which was constructed two years later. Parallel to them, Several large-scale project like “266 units residential complex of Qom Engineering Organization” , “Landscape Design of 800 units residential complex in Sadra’ are some of his works these years that is constructed. He has a strong interest in the “Design process in architecture” and problem solving in designing, as well as teamwork and architectural competitions. He is now a member of ArchiFab Team.