Shahab Heidari-Faroughi

Shahab Heidari-Faroughi

Associate & Director of Visualization

A native of Iran, Shahab has nearly 20 years of professional experience in Tehran and New York City.

Shahab received a Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Tehran Azad University in 2006. After graduation, he started working on different scale projects and competitions at the office he co-founded called Metamorphosis Method.

In 2013 Shahab moved to Brooklyn, New York where he continued his studies at Pratt Institute and received an MS in Architecture in 2014. Following this Shahab practiced architecture at Design Republic, where he led and collaborated on the design for various projects such as the 47 Hall in Brooklyn, and 450 7th Ave lobby, as well as working on many other interior projects, competitions, and private commissions.

Shahab joined DXA in 2018 and has led and participated in the design of many projects and competitions such as reimagining Brooklyn bridge, The Midtown viaduct, 1975 Madison Ave, and 2226 third Ave.

Shahab is also an adjunct instructor at the New York Institute of Technology and likes to make code art in his spare time.