Source: Aslam Askam
Photo: Ceri Hann from RMIT
Join Aslam Askam to hear about the inspirations for his design work in Melbourne.
Aslam Askam is an Afghan-Australian whose designs are bringing civic squares, office blocks, shopping centres, local precincts and cultural events to life.
Aslam will talk about how he uses geometric designs and alphabets from across the Mediterranean and the Middle East in his creations. Persian, Pashto, Dari, Arabic, Babylonian, Roman and Yiddish numbers and letters are combined to create beautiful patterns on his works.