Neda Fattahi joined Feldman Architecture in fall of 2022 as a Designer. After graduating from University of Oregon in 2016 with a Bachelor of Architecture, and a minor in Interior Architecture, she moved to the Bay Area, focusing on multi-family and mixed use project work. Afterwards, she transitioned to commercial workspace projects for another two years.
Neda is interested in the impact of design on everyday life, and the power of orchestrating spaces that enable residents to live in comfort while simultaneously inspiring self-exploration and connection to site. She admires architecture that is timeless and respectful of its context; believing that a building should not only age well in its physical form, but also accommodate its resident’s aging and allow enough flexibility for multi-generational living. Neda enjoys problem-solving and believes that restraints in projects create opportunities for innovation. In her free time she travels, rollerblades around San Francisco, explores the city, skis in the winter, and swims, hikes and practices pottery making.