Nour Jallad is a registered architect with over 13 years of experience practicing in New York City.
Prior to starting her own practice in 2017, Nour was a project architect at Gensler, where she was involved in the design and implementation of numerous projects, ranging from full headquarters to small renovations. Her most notable project was the Condé Nast headquarters at One World Trade Center, a 1.3 million SF interior fit-out including workplace and amenities on 25 floors.
After her tenure at Gensler, Nour joined the team at Morris Adjmi Architects where she was the project architect on a ground-up, six-story hotel in Rockaway, NY, during the schematic design and design development phases. Born and raised in Lebanon, Nour received a Bachelors of Arts in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.