Nada Maktari is a British-Yemeni RIBA Architectural Designer and Artist in London, UK. Nada is currently completing her Masters in Architecture (MArch) at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Nada graduated with a First Class Honours degree in BA Architecture from the University of Westminster in 2020. She has years of experience within the architectural field, including working with Farrells, Makespace, and Stephenson&. Nada also mentors undergraduate Architecture students at universities as well as attending as a regular guest critic.
As an Artist, Nada enjoys integrating architectural aspects and compositions from popular features in film, using them as a driving narrative within her work. She released licensed prints for productions including 'Dune' with Bottleneck Gallery and 'Blade Runner 2049' for Vice Press News. Her latest work was for 'Dune: Part Two' with WarnerBros and Empire Magazine. Nada is also a member of The Poster Posse. Nada enjoys engaging within both the architecture and art fields on social media, remaining an active participant for other aspiring architects and artists.
Clients: Empire, WarnerBros, Vice Press News, Bottleneck Gallery, Moor-Art Gallery, The Poster Posse