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FARZANA GANDHI DESIGN STUDIO

Farzana Gandhi Design Studio is a NYC based architecture practice that pushes innovation with a focus on sustainable and socially conscious solutions, both locally and abroad. Concepts are developed through the careful study of cultural, economic, and environmental implications.

The firm embraces an integrative and collaborative approach to design
Clients and communities are invited to engage throughout the design process in order to meet specific needs ranging in scale from small: product design and temporary installations to large: architecture and urban design.

We believe in giving back

Current projects include grant-based humanitarian work and pro bono efforts. Innovative solutions have resulted in a patent for a new roofing system and new models for rural tech education outreach.

Full services are provided from pre-design and schematic design through to construction

Experience includes design and construction of various institutional, commercial, residential, and community/public projects. We also work in product design, furniture design, graphic design, and exhibition / installation design.

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FARZANA GANDHI, AIA, LEED AP
Contact Farzana directly at fgandhi@farzanagandhi.com

Farzana Gandhi is a Registered Architect in New York (license # 038142) and a LEED Accredited Professional (GBCI # 10041665). She is also NCARB certified (# 84696). She maintains professional memberships in the AIA, USGBC, and Architectural League of NY.

Farzana is also an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Manhattan Architecture Department Chair at the New York Institute of Technology, where she teaches design studios at all levels, research-driven design-build elective courses, and visualization seminars. Both in practice and research, she is well-versed in architecture that operates on a number of scales to make small changes of large social significance.

Farzana earned a Master in Architecture with Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. At the University of Pennsylvania, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with Distinction.