Mubarak (Asif) Khan

Mubarak (Asif) Khan

London, GB



I am due to complete my postgraduate studies in London at the University of Westminster.


formation Architects, London, Architectural Assistant

Joining a team of around 60 staff members, I was working on a variety of high end residential and commercial projects including offices and hotels. I have covered a strong range of all work stages in the practice.

Projects included:

Halkin House - High End Residential project, Involvement: Construction Drawings. Interior and Electrical.

Upper Phillimore Gardens - The scheme involves constructing a 2 storey basement as well as rebuilding a new smaller house onto the Duchess of Bedford Walk. Involvement: Design, Planning, Tender and Construction.

Dropmore Estate - The project is a restoration of a Grade One listed building in Buckinghamshire. Involvement: Tender, Conservation and Construction

Langham Hotel - Alterations to services and minor amendments. Involvement: Planning, Detail drawings.

Competition Works - Involvement: Design Statement, 3D CGI Modelling.

I found myself a flexible team member, establishing good working relationships making it easy to communicate in a friendly and professional manor with all staff.

Aug 2014 - Jul 2015


University of Westminster, London, GB, MArch, Architetcure

Studio Tutors-

DS13: Andrew Yau and Andrei Martin

Brief: Developing a masterplan/ primitive in the location of the existing Olympic park in Seoul.

DS22: Nasser Golzari and Yara Sharif

Brief: Developing a port in Jaffa/ Telaviv.

Skills Being developed:
-Introduction to fabrication. CNC, 3D modeling and Parametrics
-Discussions about professional practice.

Sep 2015 - current

University of Westminster, Londonq, BArch, Architecture

Activities and Societies: Detail Magazine – Best design in detail award Selected for FX Drawing Competition Acknowledgement - (Noise Festival) Grimshaw
Cosmur Scholarship

Year 2 Tutor: Constance Lau
Dandelion Pavilion: Brief: Taking from the success of Heatherwick's Dandelion pavilion the brief aims to unlock a potential for Folly that holds a seed from the original pavilion. The intent is that can initiate a discussion with the River Thames and its chosen context.

Year 3 Tutor: Mike Guy & J.O'shea
"Scena Aquatica" Brief: Reignite the hidden reservoir at Penton Rise in London giving awareness to the craft behind the scenes of Theatre making.

Course Contents Have Included:
- material exploration
- site visits & surveying
- large & small scale modelling
- laser cutting
- photography
- development of presentation skills
- development of structural knowledge
- development of research skills

Sep 2011 - Jun 2014

Deakin University, Geelong, AU, BArch, Architecture

Exchange Programme

Jan 2013 - Jun 2013


Noise Festival - Nicolas Grimshaw, Honorable Mention



Detail Magazine Aware, 1st Place

Best Design in Detail University of Westminster


Areas of Specialization