Musab joined our London office in 2018 as an Architectural Assistant after graduating from UCA, Canterbury with Honours.
As a student, Musab was fascinated with the relationship between creative disciplines and explored that through his journey of studying Graphic Design and later on Fashion Textiles at Central Saint Martins. His passion is reflected through his architectural portfolio, where his projects emphasise a holistic take on design – combining experimentation of materiality with a strong sense of social responsibility. Graduate projects such as Carradale House Think Tank, Cuban Embassy and Cultural Exchange in Hamburg and Autism Archive in Kent illustrate this, all of which culminated in his Thesis: The Love Affair Between Fashion and Architecture.
At Hollaway Musab works under the guidance and leadership of Tim Goode and contributes to a diverse portfolio of projects, ranging from speculative concepts through to detailed planning.
Musab spends his free time in the EU. His favourite things include Ducks, Peanut butter and everything on Netflix. His patronus takes the form of Thierry Henry.