Project Leader – Poster’vism –
Traveler by choice, story teller by default – Marvi Mazhar graduated from IVSAA in 2009 and joined First Woman Architect of Pakistan, Yasmeen Lari. In 2014 she started her own Heritage and Design Consultancy, and has been involved in regional and urban conservation as well as urban design interventions for government, municipal and corporate clients.
She is actively involved with Restoration of Railway Cantt Station, and documenting series of Colonial bungalows projects for analytical studies primarily in Karachi, and Sukkur. Marvi Mazhar served as Director at PeaceNiche (T2F), and is the co-founder of (ADRL) The Architectural Design Research Lab, housed within, and affiliated with, the Department of Architecture at the Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture-a research laboratory devoted to projects within the fields of architecture and urban design.
In 2016, Mazhar became an appointed member of the Lahore Conservation Society, Karachi Biennale (Outreach Committee) and Secretary to South Asia Foundation (SAF-Pakistan). She is currently the Project Manager of National History Museum (Lahore, Pakistan), conceptualized by The Citizens Archive of Pakistan.