Aga Khan University Karachi Campus in Pakistan

President and Principal-in-charge of design

Mr. Khadem is President and founding Principal of Boston Design Collaborative. His 35 years of professional experience include numerous award winning projects in the United States and the Middle East. His career includes senior design leadership and Principal positions with prominent U.S. architectural practices such as Perkins and Will in Chicago, Payette Associates in Boston and Anshen & Allen in San Francisco. He served as a Principal-in-Charge and design director of many significant projects including the American University in Cairo; the Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey; Jondi Shapour University, Ahwaz, Iran; Alfred and Norma Lerner Tower, Samuel Mather Pavilion at the University Hospitals of Cleveland; University of Miami Medical Center; Sylvester Cancer Clinic; Farahzad City master plan and building designs, Teheran, Iran (for 200,000 inhabitants); Armed Forces Medical City, Rawalpindi, Pakistan; Jackson Laboratories, New Research Building, Bar Harbor, Maine.

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