Farhad Haidari

Farhad has 15 years architectural experience, predominantly in medium density and high rise multi-unit housing. He specialises in leading and directing diverse teams that include stakeholders and consultants in understanding the process for decision-making that adds value to the client outcomes.

Prior to joining Architectus in 2015, Farhad worked for Crone Partners and Mirvac Design, overseeing landmark multi-unit housing projects from concept through to completion. At Crone, Farhad’s primary role was to lead multi-unit residential projects, utilising his client side experience at Mirvac, working closely with Development, Marketing and Construction divisions.

Farhad brings a broad knowledge tailored towards multi-unit housing projects, including planning and efficiency, understanding of the residential market, and detailed knowledge of SEPP65.


  • 495 Harris Street, Ultimo (Design competition winner)
  • 100 Mount Street, North Sydney
  • Langston Place, Epping
  • 91-101 Parramatta Road, Sydney
  • Rosebery Overland Gardens (Design competition)
  • Dee Why Town Centre, Dee Why (Crone Partners)
  • 115 Bathurst Street, Sydney (Crone Partners)
  • 8 Chifley, Sydney (Mirvac Design / in collaboration with Rogers Stirk Harbour and Lippman Partnership)
  • Harold Park Precinct 3 - Maestro (Mirvac Design)