BSC Hons Arc, Dip Arch Hons, PhD, ARB
Principle partner in (NG) Architects and MA Design Modular Leader in The University of Westminster, and a Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University.
As an architect Golzari has worked both in private and public sector since 1985, building a number of projects nationally and internationally. Nasser worked as a senior architect and team leader in local Government in London for many years building a number of educational and residential projects; some of which have been nominated for Civic Trust Award.
For a number of years, he has been active in design and research on urban strategies for Local Government and municipalities including specific interest on the subject of sustainability, environment and cultural identity.
Nasser was an external examiner for the Royal Institute of British Architects, has been a visiting Professor at Esfahan University of Arts and visiting critic at a number of universities in the UK and abroad. His academic activities include running a number of International workshop, being the founding Editor of A3 Times architectural magazine as well as setting up a number of international architectural exhibitions.
Golzari-NG Architects (NGA) is a London-based, award winning, practice, located in Islington, north London. It was originally setup in 1992 with its design inspiration and professional practices being deeply rooted in broad social and cultural issues. NGA uses processes of research and collaboration as a key working methodology to create culturally sensitive and sustainable urban design..
Golzari NG Architects undertakes a range of commissions varying in scale and complexity. We can take on 'Full Service' appointments which run from concepts, design up to site supervision and completion. We are also happy to assist clients in any selected project stages tailor made to their needs.
BArch MArch PhD Part III
A partner with Golzari - NG Architects working on projects related to participatory design and social sustainability in London as well as the Middle East.
Yara has designed and built a number of projects nationally and internationally. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster.
Yara's recent publication is titled Architecture of Resistance, published by Routledge.
Harjeet studied Architecture at Central Saint Martin’s and the Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design (LMU), where he worked heavily on collaborative project, crossing pathways between Art, Architecture and Spatial Design.
He has recently returned from India, where he worked within the area of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources developing community lead re-settlement schemes.
BA (Hons) Grad Dip Arch MArch
Neil is a registered architect and has been closely connected with the NG practice for over 20 years. He has also worked in a number of award-winning practices with projects ranging from masterplan redevelopments to bespoke transformative interiors. Neil is also a visiting tutor at the University of Westminster and Oxford Brookes Universities for both undergraduate and masters architectural design courses.