Nada Hamida

Assoc. AIA

Architectural Designer


Higher Education




P 469.979.8977

Nada is an architectural designer in our Higher Education studio who seamlessly blends innovative design with practicality and functionality to create dynamic and inspiring learning environments. She has a keen eye for detail and a passion for sustainability and collaborates well with team members to provide spaces that empower students and foster academic excellence. She also has a strong background and passion for research and design for social impact.

Her notable project list includes several projects at the University of North Texas Health Science Center: the Medical Education and Training Building Renovation 5th Floor, the Everett Education and Administration Building Renovation Phase 2, and the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building. Her first project with our team was the Research and Discovery Centre for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, which she has fond memories of participating in this type and scale of project.

Nada was raised in Aleppo, Syria, where she earned an architectural engineering degree at the University of Aleppo. In 2017, she moved to the U.S. and earned a Master of Public Service. Having volunteered with local and international nonprofits and organizations in both Syria and the U.S., Nada worked with communities all over the world. Leveraging her experience from that, combined with her design experience, Nada’s goal is to prioritize community wellbeing and inclusivity, drive positive social impact, and shape resilient, equitable built environments through her work with our firm.

Get to know Nada

What do you like to do outside of work?

I enjoy reading, especially topics related to history and philosophy. I also love to travel, explore new places and cultures and capture them. 

What is your favorite quote?

“Home is not where you are born; home is where all your attempts to escape cease.” – Naguib Mahfouz, Egyptian writer and Nobel Prize winner

Notable projects

Treanor specialty higher education

Research and Discovery Centre

Toronto, ON