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Arkemists

Narges Bahari's picture

NargesBahari

Arkitekt MSA

| +46 704 365 461

I love building. With a background in architecture from Tehran University and Lund University, I pursue my passion by studying and working with configurations, tectonic, and materials.

I am enthusiastic about the social aspect of architecture and how spaces affect and is affected by everyday.

Frantisek Orth's picture

FrantisekOrth

Arkitekt SAR/MSA | Co-founder

| +46 72 004 04 86‬

BIM-methodology in the architectural profession is one of my strongest professional interests. As an arkemist I am responsible for digital model coordination and development of work methodology, especially in later stages of a project.

I see the importance and strive to utilize the maximum potential of digital tools and workflows available to us, right from the conception of any project.

Sepideh Sarrafzadeh Sandmark's picture

SepidehSarrafzadeh

Arkitekt

| +46 76 565 30 52

I have previously practised as architect and project manager at Next Office, a leading and internationally recognised architectural design and research studio in Tehran, Iran.

I graduated from KTH School of Architecture back in 2012. After seven years of practice in Tehran, I came back to Stockholm to boost Arkemi with my experience in creating amazing architecture.

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NielsPetterssonSandmark

Arkitekt SAR/MSA

| +46 76 247 63 95

My expertise lies in developing strong ideas and communicating these with a wide selection of tools – including text, physical and digital models, image and VR.

I have a special interest in the phenomenon of dwelling as well as in the often conflicting and complex hopes, dreams, wants and needs of people confronted with architecture and urbanity.

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KayrokhMoattar

Arkitekt SAR/MSA | Co-founder, CEO

| +46 70 40 50 10 9

A good teacher of mine once said: “a good architect is like a cat, she lands stably on four feet regardless how she falls”. That has become my mantra in my practice I guess, accepting the conditions for what they are and aspiring to make the best out of them.

Architecture to me is all about complex problem-solving: a creative process which results in a win-win situation for the client, inhabitants, society and the environment. That sale’s pitch aside, I actually think architecture is nothing but arrangement of material, framing the life!