Professor of Practice
AA Graduate Diploma, AA School of Architecture, London
M.Arch with distinction, Tehran University
Homa Farjadi teaches advanced architectural studios and heads Penn's study abroad program in London. Prior to her appointment at Penn she has taught at the AA School of Architecture (1980-87), GSD Harvard University (1989-96) and has held chaired visiting professorships at Yale, Penn and Edinburgh universities and visiting professorships at Columbia University and University of Virginia. Homa Farjadi, MArch, AA Grad Dip RIBA ARB is principal of FARJADI ARCHITECTS in London and Practice Professor of Architecture at University of Pennsylvania where she conducts graduate level research studios and a studio on London urbanism. She is directly involved with individual projects in the office in close collaboration with members of the office. Professionally she has served as master jury member of the Agha Khan Architecture Awards and other international architectural design awards and competitions. As a chartered member of RIBA she has served on international assessment committees. Her involvement with Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment CABE has engaged her in design assessment of health and education projects throughout the UK. Delayed space, a monograph of her work together with with Mohsen Mostafavi was published in 1994. Sense Geometries, more recent work of FARJADI ARCHITECTS was printed in September 2008 by Actar Publishers.