Yasmine Mahmoudieh

London, United Kingdom

Yasmine's Skills
Business Development

About Yasmine

In addition to having her own design / architecture practice, Yasmine is also the founder of myKidsy.com. Yasmine pioneered myKidsy.com, the first website to offer time-poor parents with a comprehensive directory of fun and engaging courses for children. Mahmoudieh drew on her own experiences as a mother and extensive business knowledge as one of the world’s leading architects to create myKidsy.com.

Yasmine opened her first studio in Los Angeles at the age of 26, after she graduated from UCLA where she studied architecture and design, and today has her headquarter in London. Her work can be found across Europe, the United States, into the Middle East and Asia, and even in the skies above working for Airbus.
Yasmine is fluent in 6 languages.

She has designed landmark office buildings and interiors, such as the German headquarters of Aon, and has been at the vanguard of a more individual approach to hotel and leisure sector developments, working on acclaimed buildings and interiors for Radisson, Kempinski and InterContinental.

She is furthermore engaged in creating a new luxury resort hotel brand with a spiritual event program.

Some of her renowned projects are the Radisson SAS in Copenhagen and Berlin as well as the Nevai in Verbier and also several mixed use projects around the globe.

Yasmine has also worked on the design of the Airbus A 380 direclty for Airbus Industries in Finkenwerder, Germany.

Specialties: Yasmine Mahmoudieh offers complete design and architectural solutions in the following areas:
Urban Planning, Architecture, Interior Design and the following building types:
Hotels, office buildings, restaurants, museums, retail, mixed use, furniture design, product design, mega yachts, private jets, luxury homes

Yasmine recently designed an Art and Spa concept in Rimini, Italy and is a Board member of BLLA (Boutique , Lifestyle and Lodging Association)

Yasmine will be teaching at Paul Bocuse School in Lyon as a visiting professor from 2014.