Yasmine Mahmoudieh

Yasmine Mahmoudieh is an award winning architect and interior designer deeply committed to sustainable practices. She is the founder of Impact Design Now, a company that produces high-quality, sustainable furniture using 3D printing technologies and recycled materials, maintaining the integrity of high-quality design while promoting sustainability.

In her talks, Yasmine educates audiences worldwide about the importance of sustainability in architecture and design. She discusses how careful selection of materials can lead to healthier alternatives to toxic substances like plastic and concrete, resulting in designs that are both attractive and eco-friendly.

Yasmine also explores the future of architecture and the role of technology in her discussions. She is at the forefront of technological innovation in design, with projects including a 3D printed furniture line from recycled plastics and a pioneering virtual real estate project in the Metaverse.

Beyond her speaking engagements, Yasmine serves as a global ambassador for sustainability in architecture and design, delivering lectures at prestigious forums like the World Economic Forum in Davos and COP28 in Dubai.

Yasmine is a guest lecturer at universities and colleges in cities like London, New York, Los Angeles, Monte Carlo, Lausanne, Shanghai, and Moscow. She serves on the BLLA board and has been a visiting professor at EHL for nine years.

Yasmine’s influence and expertise in sustainable architecture and design have not only made her a sought-after keynote speaker but also led to her being featured in several high-profile publications. Her work and insights have been highlighted in Architectural Digest, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, ELLE, Business Insider, and Digital Journal, among others.