Senior Architectural Designer
Fakhry joined DSDHA in 2019, bringing with him over a decade of experience of working on the design of high-profile projects, primarily commercial schemes but also refurbishments of listed buildings: 80 Charlotte Street for Derwent London in Fitzrovia, Bush House and Melbourne House for Katu Kagaku in Aldwych, the UN offices in Geneva (palais des nations) and the Yale University Graduate School of Management. He is a fastidious and passionate designer who views architecture as one facet of a far greater design spectrum that spans branding, lifestyle, fashion and consumerist culture in general.

Fakhry holds an MSc in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, an MA in Histories and Theories from the Architectural Association and a Bachelor of Architecture from the American University of Beirut.