Chicago, Illinois, United States

p: +1 773 620 0299
skype: gandhihabash

English, Aramaic, French


With over five years experience, Gandhi has worked at architectural offices in cities across North America and Scandinavia, focusing on buildings that have targeted sustainability strategies and design excellence as major project goals.

His studies at Carleton University focused on the integration of sustainable systems as design components within buildings, culminating in the completion of a master’s thesis on the subject of renewable energy production using building integrated photovoltaics as both functional and aesthetic components of exterior envelopes. At his undergraduate convocation Gandhi was recognized by the president of Carleton University for winning first runner-up in a national sustainable design competition. He subsequently published a journal article on the subject of Net-Zero Energy Buildings, using the project as a case study for interdisciplinary approaches to architectural solutions.

With in-depth knowledge of various design technologies, digital tools,  and industry trends, Gandhi applies his conceptual and technical skills to a variety of complex projects to ensure that timelines are met without sacrificing project goals and design intent.




Carleton University
Master of Architecture
Bachelor of Architectural Studies

Work History

Solomon Cordwell Buenz - Chicago, IL
04/2018 - present

Intern Architect
ZGF Architects - Vancouver, BC
06/2017 - 04/2018

Intern Architect
Moriyama Teshima Architects - Ottawa, ON
01 - 06/2017

Graduate Architect
Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership - Vancouver, BC
04 - 09/2016

Graduate Architect
schmidt hammer lassen architects - Aarhus, Denmark
06 - 09/2015

Student Architect
Diamond Schmitt Architects - Toronto, ON
04 - 08/2014

Student Architect
Turner Fleischer Architects - Toronto, ON
06/2013 - 04/2014

Student Architect
Global Affairs Canada - Gatineau, QC
06/2012 - 06/2013
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