Mahmoud Mehrabian

LOVES DISCOVERY, DELVES DEEPLY

Mahmoud Mehrabian, AIA

Director of Design

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Mahmoud's passion for architecture is in his blood. Literally, he is a third generation architect and his appreciation for the profession is rooted in some of his earliest memories of Dad building models at home. Now, Mahmoud has accomplished much as an award-winning architect in his own right with international experience on a wide range of public and private sector facility types. What drives Mahmoud in his work is discovering and implementing the meaning of design in to each of his projects. He understands that buildings and spaces have a significant impact on people. School design impacts learning and hospital design impacts healing; two of the building types that Mahmoud has focused much of his career on. Mahmoud is skilled at challenging his team to find the human significance and meaning in what they create. Mahmoud is a registered architect. He holds a Masters Degree in Architecture from Syracuse University in New York and previously served as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Architecture at Philadelphia University. He is also a frequent speaker at Healthcare Design Symposiums.

 
Mahmoud Mehrabian

LOVES DISCOVERY, DELVES DEEPLY

Mahmoud Mehrabian, AIA

Director of Design

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Mahmoud's passion for architecture is in his blood. Literally, he is a third generation architect and his appreciation for the profession is rooted in some of his earliest memories of Dad building models at home. Now, Mahmoud has accomplished much as an award-winning architect in his own right with international experience on a wide range of public and private sector facility types. What drives Mahmoud in his work is discovering and implementing the meaning of design in to each of his projects. He understands that buildings and spaces have a significant impact on people. School design impacts learning and hospital design impacts healing; two of the building types that Mahmoud has focused much of his career on. Mahmoud is skilled at challenging his team to find the human significance and meaning in what they create. Mahmoud is a registered architect. He holds a Masters Degree in Architecture from Syracuse University in New York and previously served as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Architecture at Philadelphia University. He is also a frequent speaker at Healthcare Design Symposiums.