Nour joined GUND Partnership in 2021. Her favorite aspect of architecture is designing the experience of a space, by thinking about how people move through and interact with a building. She enjoys designing cultural institutions, including libraries, museums and art galleries, because of the inherent way their program influences movement, leading to greater opportunities for experiential design.
She enjoys the early phases of design, working iteratively with her team to tease out design ideas and concepts. She uses her skills in graphic representation to help clients understand the intent of a space and visualize how a building program comes together.
Nour received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architectural Studies with minors in Economics and Italian from the University of Toronto and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan. Her childhood experiences visiting her father’s project sites and her love of art led to her career in architecture.