Farah Fawzi

Collaborator, Architect OAQ

Farah Fawzi graduated from the School of Architecture of University of Damascus in Syria, in 2006, and earned a master’s in restoration and renovation of heritage buildings and historic sites from École de Chaillot in Paris, in 2009. She has acquired 15 years of experience, 5 of which with Provencher_Roy.

Within project teams, Farah’s role is to collaborate on concept development from the beginning stages through to the completion of construction. Specialized in residential architecture, Farah works as a project manager on the Square d’Orval project, a large-scale mandate consisting of 500 housing units. She is involved in programming, urban design development, design, and production for phases 1, 2A, and 2B of the project. Farah also collaborates on phase 4 of the Atelier Castelnau project, constituting the redevelopment of the Transcontinental printing bureau into housing units.

Attentive to clients’ needs and to the specificities of each project, Farah attributes great importance to regulations, housing standards, and the building code. Her widespread interests and desire to work on all stages of a project make her an essential resource.