Farah Hamid

Architect

BA (Hons) Arch, PGDip. ARB

Farah joined HTA in February 2013 as a Part II architectural assistant. She completed her Part III from the University of Westminster in September 2015. 

Prior to HTA, Farah was an architectural assistant at WHAT_architecture, a small practice based in East London. She had the opportunity to work primarily in the education sector on several London Play Pathfinder projects, and primary and nursery schools in London. She was also gained some great experience on private residential projects, competitions and a submission for the Royal Academy summer exhibition. 

Farah has had key roles in a variety of different types of projects at HTA including; construction packages, planning applications, competitions, and bids.

Farah’s experience in RIBA stages 1-3 include design development, submission of planning applications and consultations for South Acton Phase 5, Tottenham Hale Island and Stonebridge. RIBA Stage 4-5 experience includes significant involvement in Manor Way, Campbell Park and the Stonebridge projects, Sites 27, 29&30. 

Currently Farah is project architect for Stonebridge Sites 29&30 based in Harlesden, North London. This scheme comprise of 178 homes; a mix of maisonettes, houses and duplexes spread over 5 blocks, with two communal podiums and underground car parking. 


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