Assistant Project Architect
Driven by mission excellence and a whole lot of passion, Hassan Darab is a powerhouse Architect renowned for accentuating full-scope design efforts throughout the commercial and residential sectors. Now joining the TriVistaUSA team as an Assistant Project Architect, Hassan brings with him a rich background involving construction, millwork, design, and renovation, and looks forward to proving just how seamless, cordial (and downright fun) navigating the project pipeline can be.
Born and raised in Virginia, Hassan learned early on that he had a rooted passion for all things building and creating. To him, the concept of being able to design, develop and execute inhabitant plans is what inevitably inspired him to earn a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design from the University of Virginia. From that point on, Hassan built a large inventory of architectural world experiences ranging from commercial and residential. During this time, Hassan specialized heavily on construction, millwork, design, and renovation processes, expertise he has since brought to TriVistaUSA with a core mission to boost bottom-up concept developments, ensure client satisfaction, and help projects roll from point A to B both on time and under budget.
As a dynamic visionary, Hassan has a genuine passion for pioneering turnkey designs, especially ones that ultimately influence, captivate, and inspire. Overall, Hassan is best known for his keen ability to develop functional structures with clean, minimalist-rich twists and proving that even the craziest sketched ideas can be transforming into a reality with a little bit of utility innovation, schematic planning, and teamwork.
Hassan enjoys what he does and is always staying updated with the local design trends, conditions, and permitting requirements to help accentuate the A to B architect landscape. However, when he is not working, you can often find him playing soccer, outdoors hiking and camping, and reading up on history.
What is your ideal weekend getaway?
Going to the beach or camping with my wife and friends
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Nothing of worth is free, you have to put in the work.
What’s on your bookshelf?Michael Crichton, political science books
Which three people do you invite to a dinner party?
My wife and our cat Miao Yin
If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you try?
Living off the land in the wilderness