I graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree (2012-2017) with a Certificate of Honours for outstanding thesis and a CGPA of 3.51/4.00 from Beaconhouse National University (BNU), Lahore, Pakistan; to become a registered Architect. My Bachelor's thesis focussed on designing prosthetic architecture. The outcome included a prosthetic extension design for the School of Architecture at Beaconhouse National University.
I completed my Master of Architecture in Architectural Design (International) from the Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde with Distinction (2018-2020). My M.Arch design thesis involved a sustainable architectural design proposal for climate refugees facing a sea-level rise in the Philippines. During my Master's degree, my research focussed on the combination of biomimicry and biomorphism contributing to sustainable architecture and urban planning. Through my Master's thesis, I explored biomimicry and biomorphism in United Kingdom's contemporary architecture through the lens of BREEAM categories. Currently, I am a PGR student and the PGR Representative in the Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde. My current research explores multidisciplinary approaches for the design of sustainable architecture.