Randa Haddadin

Randa Haddadin, born in Russia, 1985, is an architect and a growing self-taught visual artist, living and working in Jordan. Haddadin obtained her B.A. in Architecture from the University of Jordan in 2009, her university project received the honorary mention in the AIA-Abdali Innovation Award- currently she’s practicing her profession as a project architect at maisam architects & engineer. On the side, Randa is perusing a career in arts and fashion illustration, through traditional and experimental techniques, best known for her coffee art. Randa’s artwork has been featured in many magazines and international websites, and was part of collective exhibitions in Amman and New York. Currently, she shares her works on her Instagram blog @randahaddadin

Key Projects:

A House for a Son, Oak Hill, Jordan

Contemporary Paris Bridge, Paris, France

Museum of Architecture (MOA), London, UK

Petra Museum, Wadi Musa, Petra

The Red Sea Astrarium (TRSA), Aqaba, Jordan

Marsa Zayed, Aqaba, Jordan