Parvaneh’s practice is grounded in designing for the human experience. Color, scale, context, geometry — they’re the critical elements in crafting authentic spaces for people to work, play and simply enjoy a quiet moment. After living in the Middle East, Europe and the U.S., Parvaneh brings an international perspective, often integrating different cultural ways of thinking and seeing into her work. She joins WRNS Studio after working on a variety of institutional, commercial and interiors projects including the UC Merced Social Sciences and Management Building and the UC Berkeley Simpson Training Center.
She joined WRNS Studio to immerse herself in the studio culture, and challenge herself to different approaches and solutions. While she is comfortable working independently, she finds deep fulfillment in collaborating with a team in an open, inclusive environment. Her work at WRNS includes design of large-scale commercial projects for some of the Bay Area’s most innovative technology companies. In 2018, she moved to Seattle to help start WRNS Studio’s fourth office. Parvaneh earned her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Ohio State University and her MArch from UCLA.