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Abadir Hashi, Architecture Graduate, Ravensbourne

3 min, 6 sec read
8:45 AM | 14 October 2016
by Saadia Osman
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Abadir talks about studying Architecture at Ravensbourne and his experiences as a freelance graphic designer.

Abadir Hashi is an architecture graduate from Ravensbourne University in London. He has worked as a graphic designer at agencies Nugget and John McAslan + Partners as well as freelancing his design skills over the years. We spoke to him about his multi-disciplined career path so far.

Describe your career path up till now

I studied BA (Hons) Architecture at Ravensbourne University in London. Alongside my studies, I freelance as Hashi Designs - designing logos and branding small start-up companies. Its been a very successful few years and satisfying to see my work printed and also advertised on social media.

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