Mohamad Hafeda

PhD in Architectural Design
UCL, Bartlett School of Architecture, 2009 to 2012

Mohamad Hafeda is an artist and a designer. He is a founding partner of Febrik, a collaborative platform for participatory art and design research works in Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East and housing estates in London. He has a PhD degree in Architectural Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

Mohamad is a lecturer in architecture at Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom. He is the co-editor of “ Narrating Beirut from its Borderlines,” (Heinrich Boll Foundation, 2011), and “ Creative Refuge,”(Tadween, 2014). Febrik’s projects include residencies and exhibitions at the Serpentine Galleries, South London Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, Mosaic Rooms, and Architecture Biennale Rotterdam.