Part of these drawings were presented by the author, Marco G. Brambilla at the international conference of DOMES IN THE WORLD, in November 2011 in Florence Italy (http://www.domesintheworld.com/).
All others were presented for the first time at the symposium of MASONS AT WORK in March/April 2012 in Philladelphia. (https://www.sas.upenn.edu/arthistory/events/2012-03-30/masons-work)
All drawings will be available for free downloading in the near future.
In order to reflect the most recent information available at the location in Sultaniyya, we are currently updating and revising the essential architectural surveys of the mausoleum. Over the year’s archeological excavations as well as the process of the ongoing restoration, work has brought to light some new evidence that we believe should be included in all architectural plans. While this new information will not affect the original survey substantially, we hope to provide new data for those scholars pursuing the research of this majestic yet mysterious monument.
In this endeavor, special thanks must go to Ms. Parvaneh Askari, Mr. Kashani, and Mr. Amirhossein Younesi who are assisting Marco Brambilla in completing these updates on location.
The last updated architectural plans and elevations uploaded in 2015,7,April .