Vram Malek is an Associate Director in Management in SOM’s New York office. With over 20 years experience practicing architecture, he has led the delivery of some of SOM’s largest and most complex projects in New York City and globally. Malek’s diverse portfolio includes sustainable mixed-use developments, large-scale government, commercial, financial, healthcare, hospitality, interior, residential, science and technology projects. His recent notable accomplishments include the completed New NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium and the All Aboard Florida Brightline rail station design developments in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Vram also leads the Southeast Asia practice group out of the NY office as the Asia Pacific Regional Practice Coordinator. Notable projects include the Otemachi 1 Chome (OH1) and Nihonbashi 2 redevelopments in Tokyo, Japan, as well as One City Center and the ESSE Sukhuvmit 36 in Bangkok.