Homa Farjadi is a principal of Farjadi Architects, London, and Professor in Practice of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Tehran University and the Architectural Association (AA) Graduate School of Architecture. Professor Farjadi taught at the AA as a Diploma School unit master (1980-87), at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design (1989-1997), at Yale University where she held Eero Saarinen and Bishop Visiting Professorship Chairs, and at the University of Pennsylvania where she held the Bruce Graham Chair.
She has also been a visiting professor at Columbia, Edinburgh, and Virginia Universities, among others. Her projects in Great Britain, the United States, Japan, and Iran have received recognition and awards internationally, and are widely published. A monograph on the work of Homa Farjadi and Mohsen Mostafavi entitled Delayed Space was published in 1994; Logique Visuelle, published in 2001, features their two projects built in Tokyo for the exhibition of Louis Vuitton architecture and an outdoor pavilion. The publication of a monograph on the work of Farjadi Architects is forthcoming in 2007.
- Vienna and Barcelona Museums of Art
- Walter Art Center (Minneapolis)
- London Architecture Centre,
- Master plan and urban design of the Taichung Railway Station Plaza area
- BV House in Lancashire
- Hackney Empire Theatre (won in an international competition by Ronalds Farjadi Farjadi)
- Maitreya Project ( International Competition ) | Finalist ( With HSW Architects )
- World Buddhist Pilgrimage Centre in India
- Design competition for Hornsey Road, a mixed-use urban project in London | 1st place
Website : www.farjadi.com