Behruz Hairullaev's profound interest in the arts began at an early age, ultimately leading him towards a career in architecture, where he discovered his true passion in the ability to actualize ideas. Driven by a steadfast pursuit of learning and self-improvement, Behruz has been involved in a broad spectrum of architectural sectors, including residential, commercial, aviation, master planning, and mixed-use; Located in Australia, Thailand, China, Saudi Arabia, and the United States. Having been affiliated with Corgan, as a project designer in the aviation world, he was put at the forefront of international aviation competition opportunities, in addition to the main project he had worked on: JFK Terminal 6, set to conclude in 2028.
In terms of academic accomplishments, Hairullaev earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2016, and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in 2021. Together with a small cohort of colleagues, he founded SHOT Studio, an innovative design studio aimed at producing works that resolve present-day social and technological issues with solutions of tomorrow. This led to the development of "Holographic Reality," which garnered the attention of reputable publications such as Designboom, Architect Magazine, and idielista, among others.
His extensive experience in architecture has culminated in a unique combination of leadership and design skills, as well as the ability to traverse multiple genres. Behruz is recognized for his creative and detail-oriented leadership, as well as his capacity to adapt to the evolving demands of the field. In addition to architecture, he maintains a deep interest in digital fabrication, visual graphics, and painting, while balancing his passion for his career with personal projects, cinema, soccer, and travel.