Fariborz Hatam Founder of FHSI Architects
Previously, Fariborz was the design director at Aedas, where he worked on some of the world’s most iconic projects. his remarkable portfolio of experience extends to Afghanistan, Australia, Croatia, Georgia, India, Iran, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE, gaining expertise in urban design, master planning, mixed-use developments, high rise towers, sustainability and cultural architecture.
Amongst the many award-winning projects some of Fariborz’ innovative design solutions include; Masdar mist neighbourhood, the first zero carbon and zero waste community, and the master planning of the Madelina marina in Sibenik, Croatia which earned ‘high achievement award’ in Dubai cityscape architectural review award 2008. He proceeded with another award winning master plan in 2011, where he won three awards in the ‘middle east architecture awards’ in three categories for ‘master planning’, ‘sustainability’ and ‘residential scheme of the year’ for Aino Mina, a 2,000,000 square metre mixed-use development. other awards include Rottnest island architectural authority award, cityscape commendation award 2008 and cityscape 2011 – highly commended master planning award.
Fariborz’ unique design approach is driven by holistic design solutions that integrate environmental, cultural, social, economic and aesthetic influences to create a contextual modern architecture that is highly sustainable. in this context, Fariborz has been recognised for his iconic design of the ‘Dubai mosque’ which incorporates contemporary design in a highly traditional and conservative building type. his design for the Dubai mosque was renowned in the region and was published locally and internationally.
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