Shahira Fahmy Architects – Architecture Firm Giza / Egypt

Shahira Fahmy Architects

Shahira Fahmy Architects

Shahira Fahmy founded Shahira Fahmy Architects SFA, an award-winning architectural practice in Cairo, Egypt, in 2005. Fahmy is a three-time recipient of Harvard’s fellowships for her ground-breaking and award-winning architectural projects: a LOEB fellow at the Graduate School of Design GSD, 2015; a Hutchins Fellow at W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences FAS, 2016; and a Berkman Klein fellow at Harvard Law School, 2016.
She has taught at Columbia University GSAPP, American University in Cairo AUC, and Cairo University. Fahmy has been recognized and featured alongside the best in the industry from all across the globe in RIBA’s most recent 2023 book, titled: 100 Women: Architects in Practice, authors: Harriet Harris, Monika Parrinder, Noami House and Tom Ravenscroft. She has been included in “The Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture, 1960-2015.” by Brown, Lori A. and Karen Burns. Eds, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2024, and has been hailed by Phaidon as one of the “Architects building the Arab Future”, 2011.
The SFA interdisciplinary space works at the intersection of design and research, pedagogy, and praxis. The studio develops projects that transition across scales and mediums, intended to bring inclusivity into the built environment. Core services range from architecture, planning, landscape, interiors, design installations and products, from an initial conceptual phase all the way to construction documents, and supervision on site till the project is delivered and operational.

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