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Ihsan Faidhi



Born in Basra, Iraq in 1953, Ihsan Faidhi joined the Architectural Department of the College of Engineering at the University of Baghdad and graduated in 1977. He later worked as a designer in I.B.T.O Company on the development of the Semus Palace in Munich, Western Germany.

Faidhi afterwards worked as a Resident Architect of the National Iraqi Insurance Company Complex Project, which is a vast multi-story facility that includes offices and parking lots. His work on this project carried-on from 1978 until 1981.

Between 1980 and 1985, Faidhi became an Associate at M. Al-Ali & Partners where he worked as a consultant and planner engineer in Baghdad. During that time Faidhi co-created numerous outstanding designs and developed many projects some of which are Basra Int. Airport Project with Scott Brown & Associates- England, Basra Medical College with Y.R.M. International- England, and the Redevelopment of Kadhimiya & Bab Al-Sheikh project in Association with A.P.P- England.

Reaching a prime stage of professional experience; Faidhi founded Arrasheed House of Architecture in Baghdad in 1985 and worked efficiently over the years to expand the business, opening the headquarters in Amman, Jordan and working on numerous projects in Iraq, Jordan and Dubai.