Rashid Ashraf, NCARB, LEED AP, is a Boston based architect and urban designer. His interests lie in transforming cities into environments that embrace ecology while providing a sustainable and equitable future for its residents.
Rashid has worked with numerous community groups on various sized projects from planning large scale urban areas in St. Paul, MN to individual community centers including the North American Indian Center of Boston. He currently specializes in healthcare design with a focus on creating healing environments.
Rashid holds a bachelor degree in Environmental Design and a professional degree in Architecture from the University of Minnesota and a Masters in Architectural Studies from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts and is accredited professional in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) through the U.S. Green Building Council. Rashid holds a Permaculture Design Certificate from The
Resiliency Hub, Portland ME through the Boston Nature Center.