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Mohammed Adib

Chief Design Officer at Dewan Architects & Engineers

Mohammed Adib is a graduate of the AA School of Architecture and a postgraduate in interior architecture from Barcelona. Mohammed Adib has worked in the UK, Spain, Jordan, North Africa, and Asia over the last 30 years, and for the past 17 years has been based between Barcelona and the Middle East.

During his studies, Iraqi-born Mohammed collaborated with many offices in the UK and Europe. After university, he embarked on a “Grand Tour” working for 18 months in architectural offices across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas. In 1993, Mohammed established Intercon in London as a niche design company specialising in large-scale commercial interior design. Currently, it is based in Barcelona.

Under his design and management guidance, Intercon has completed over 180 projects in 15 countries and has gradually expanded its services to include architecture, product design, signage and wayfinding.

In 2017 Mohammed joined Dewan Architects + Engineers as partner and Chief Design officer. His main responsibilities are the protection and development of the design language as well as establishing new markets. He has directed projects in the Middle East, S E Asia, Europe and Africa.

Intercon is an interior design and architecture firm founded in 1993. They work to create unique spaces where beauty, aesthetics and innovation blend seamlessly with sustainable functionality.

Undertaking special bespoke projects of various degrees of complexity and scale with a common purpose: to create flawless usable spaces. Successfully supply highly focused and specialized services, with the most respect for sustainability, delivering properties that respond to the client needs.

The international and multicultural team they played a key role in establishing the office in the ever-widening markets. Through strategic partnerships, Intercon currently delivers a wide range of interior design services in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and the Far East.