Sarah Khamisi

Senior Associate / Creative Director

Date

2011–Present

Qualifications

BA Decoration (Interior Design)
BA Graphic Design
MA Graphic Design

Position

Senior Associate / Creative Director
Soundings/Fluid

Email

sarah@fluidoffice.com

 

Sarah Khamisi

Senior Associate / Creative Director

2011–Present

Qualifications

BA Decoration (Interior design)
BA Graphic Design | MA Graphic Design

Position

Senior Associate / Creative Director
Fluid / Soundings

Email

sarah@fluidoffice.com

Sarah’s skills in creative direction, graphic design and information architecture help to build communication channels and interfaces that are well used and implicitly understood.

Prior to joining Fluid/Soundings Sarah gained a BA in Graphic Design and in Interior Design, followed by an MA in Graphic Design. She has previously worked with innovative design studios in Iran and Italy.

Sarah joined the company in July 2011 and is responsible for the creative direction, development and production of all graphics and visual communications materials across all media platforms.

Sarah’s previous study of information architecture, and her experience in designing robust and successful websites and coherent documents, whether in the form of booklet, exhibition boards or reports, has greatly helped to refine Fluid’s ability to communicate research, design intentions and consultation outcomes.

She develops project identity assets and document templates for all Fluid’s needs including Design & Access statements and Statements of Community Involvement.

Since joining, Sarah has been heavily involved in the Chelsea Barracks
Project, commissioned by Qatari Diar; Brentford High Street and Waterside Regeneration for the Ballymore Group; Elephant and Castle Regeneration for Lend Lease; Oasis Centre Redevelopment for Oasis and United House; and the Shell Centre Redevelopment for Qatari Diar and the Canary Wharf Group amongst many others.

Sarah was responsible for designing and developing the graphic communication of the naming of Kings Cross Streets competition and selection – resulting in a public exhibition in 2015.

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