Nabiha is a registered architect with the Council of Architecture in India who specializes in Architectural Conservation. She earned her master’s degree in this field from the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi in 2022 after completing her bachelor’s in architecture from GGSIPU, New Delhi, in 2018. Nabiha also has additional certifications in Architectural Conservation and Historic Preservation from IIT Kharagpur. Throughout her professional journey, Nabiha has worked on heritage sites in North India and a UNESCO site in Myanmar. Her contributions to UNESCO award-winning projects include the Adaptive reuse of Rambagh Gate as part of HRIDAY Amritsar at CRCI India. She is a Young Professional Member of ICOMOS and has volunteered at events such as the 19th General Assembly in 2017.

Recently, Nabiha moved to the United Kingdom and joined PBA where she is assisting with the Winchester House Club and other projects, including Royal Hospital, Chelsea.
Her dedication to preserving architectural heritage is evident through her discovery of a historic well in India that had not been mapped before.