Ehsan Vahidtari has a bachelor’s in Architecture and a master's in urban design. He has studied in Islamic sciences, specifically in philosophy, theology, and mysticism, as well as modern theology, hermeneutics, and western philosophy. He is also familiar with planning cultural-civilizational strategies. During the recent decade, he has also got into the semiotics, the discourse, and the related disciplines around analyzing and designing the “place”.
In addition to serving as the head of the design and supervision in construction projects at Fanap, he has published numerous papers and articles on architecture, urbanism, and semiotics.
At TUIC, he is carrying out research on the dialectic of architecture and philosophy.